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Curry Hill is home to a cluster of Indian markets (Kalustyan's is a staple for exotic spices and whatnot), curry-in-a-hurry joints and elegant Indian options. Bhatti, a popular addition to the neighborhood, is seeing to both carnivore and vegetarian tastes. The dining room is serene and attractive, the dark wood tables set with woven place mats and lit by brown grass-cloth pendant lamps. Try specialties like seafood marinated in coconut juice with curry leaves and green chilies or black lentils cooked with tomato puree, garlic and cream, served with home-churned butter.