Where to get your spicy on.
Perfect bahn mi with fresh slices of jalapeno, hanks of cilantro and crispy baguette.
Korean burrito. That is all.
All meats are grilled fresh to order for their burritos, but the salsa is the real star here. We always have a pint jar in our fridge. Be sure to get the fresh stuff; the shelf-stable version is still good, but not quite the same. Bring back your jars for a $1 discount on the next one (or, do as we do and hoard jars.)
Kimchi burrito. You are warned.
Don't miss the Cajun martini. Not for the weak of palate.
The namesake are the thing to get here, though everything is good. And be sure to check out their gins, including the one that Old World Spirits made specially for them.
Berkeley has Vik's, but we have Kasa. Kati rolls and thali plates with Indian dishes all with fresh, bright flavors. The spicy turkey kebabs are the bomb, and the karahi paneer is also a fave.
Expansive menu, authentic Thai preparations and exotic meats (boar, gator, etc.) Spicy means spicy here.
If you don't dig spicy, don't even walk within a block of this place. The ma po tofu will blow your head off.
The biryani burrito will sear your insides out. In a good way.