Paowalla Restaurant

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“Paowalla,” which roughly translates as “a person who makes and sells bread,” is a word adapted from Portuguese and Hindi. This restaurant features two tandoor ovens, as well as a dedicated bread bar with a wood-burning oven to highlight the Goan breads that chef Floyd Cardoz grew up with. The menu incorporates Indian spices and unique cooking techniques, including wood roasting to highlight local and seasonal produce, offering a taste of Cardoz's modern-Indian cuisine.

195 Spring St.
Manhattan, NY 10012
  (212) 235-1097

Cuisine
Indian
Miscellaneous
Family Style
Happy Hour
Kid Friendly
Notable Chef
Outdoor Seating
Reservations Accepted
Reservations Suggested
Price
$$$$
Services
Buyouts Available for Groups
Multilingual Staff

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