Best Of 2021

Best Expansive Vegetarian Options at an Indian Restaurant (That Isn’t Strictly Vegetarian): Maya Indian Restaurant

Price Hill’s Maya Indian Restaurant isn’t a vegetarian Indian joint (whereas Amma’s Kitchen in Roselawn is), but the menu boasts more options for the non-meat-eating set than most; 28 different dishes are listed under the “vegetarian specialties” header. The more unique offerings include paneer bhurji, vegetable mango, gobi manchurian and a buttery, creamy, you’ll-eat-the-whole-serving-at-once paneer makhani. Maya also offers a special mushroom tandoori appetizer that is crispy and spicy and kind of sticky — like General Tso’s chicken — and a great way to switch it up if you ever tire of samosas.