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Food & Drink

That’s How They Roll

Sure you love a good Indian meal (assuming you can run directly home after).

Not the case with Kasa Indian Eatery, which opens today in the Castro.

Anamika Khanna and Tim Volkema’s comfort food jewel serves up classic Indian street food made from Khanna’s family recipes.

There are six signature to-die Kati rolls, which are traditional dishes like chicken tikka masala and lamb curry enveloped by a buttery, crisp roti dough (think of it as an Indian burrito). Sides include chilled yogurt raita and veggie relish, all served on retro TV dinner-style metal trays. Wash it down with a crisp riesling, Belgian beer, or an Indian soda.

Bold customers have the option to do “urban turban” (i.e., extra spicy).

And in that case, you should order yours to go.


Kasa Indian Eatery, 4001 18th Street, at Noe Street (415-621-6940 or kasaindian.com).