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Chicken 65 (Chennai Style)

Chicken 65 is a spicy, deep-fried chicken dish originating from Hotel Buhari, Chennai, India, as an entrée, or quick snack. The flavour of the dish can be attributed to red chillies, but the exact set of ingredients for the recipe can vary.

Samosa Chaat

Samosa Chaat is a flavorful and textured Indian street food dish that combines the crispy and savory samosa with a medley of tangy and sweet ingredients. A crispy samosa is broken into pieces and topped with a dollop of yogurt, a sprinkle of chaat masala, a drizzle of tamarind chutney, and a sprinkle of crunchy sev (fried gram flour noodles). The combination of the crunchy samosa, creamy yogurt, sweet and tangy chutney, and crunchy sev creates a delightful harmony of flavors and textures. Samosa Chaat is a popular snack in Indian cuisine, often served as a quick bite or appetizer, and is sure to tantalize your taste buds!

Paani Puri

Paani Puri Chaat is a popular Indian street food snack that is a flavorful and refreshing explosion of tastes and textures. Crispy puris (fried bread) are filled with a mixture of flavored water (paani), tamarind chutney, chili powder, chaat masala, and a sprinkle of sev (fried gram flour noodles). The combination is a perfect balance of sweet, sour, salty, and spicy flavors, with the crunchy puris giving way to a burst of flavored liquid and a tangy kick. The paani puri chaat is a fun and interactive snack, where you fill the puris with the flavored water and enjoy the explosion of flavors in your mouth. It's a refreshing and addictive snack that's perfect for any time of day!

Bhel Puri

Bhel Puri Chaat is a popular Indian street food snack that is a symphony of flavors and textures. A mixture of crispy puffed rice (bhel), onions, tomatoes, and chickpeas is tossed with a tangy and sweet tamarind chutney, a spicy green chutney, and a sprinkle of chaat masala. The combination is garnished with crunchy sev (fried gram flour noodles), chopped cilantro, and a squeeze of fresh lime juice. The bhel puri chaat is a perfect blend of sweet, sour, salty, and spicy flavors, with a satisfying crunch from the puffed rice and sev. It's a refreshing and addictive snack that's perfect for any time of day!

Dahi Puri

Dahi Puri Chaat is a delightful Indian street food snack that combines the crunch of puris (fried bread) with the coolness of yogurt and the tanginess of chutneys. Crispy puris are filled with a dollop of creamy yogurt, a sprinkle of chaat masala, a drizzle of sweet and tangy tamarind chutney, and a sprinkle of crunchy sev (fried gram flour noodles). The combination is a perfect balance of flavors and textures, with the crunchy puris giving way to a soft and creamy yogurt filling, and the chutneys adding a burst of flavor. The dahi puri chaat is a refreshing and satisfying snack that's perfect for hot days or anytime you need a flavorful pick-me-up!

Butter Naan

Butter Naan is a leavened, oven-baked or tawa-fried flatbread, which is found in the cuisines mainly of Afghanistan, South Asia, Central Asia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, and the Caribbean.

Garlic Naan

Buttery garlic naan breads are so soft and perfect for mopping up curries, you’ll find it hard to stop at one! This Garlic Naan Bread recipe is better than the ones you’ll find at the BEST Indian restaurants like Bharath Cafe!

Chapathi

Chapati, also known as roti, rooti, rotee rotli, rotta, safati, shabaati, phulka, chapo, sada roti, poli, and roshi, is an unleavened flatbread originating from the Indian subcontinent and is a staple in India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, East Africa, the Arabian Peninsula and the Caribbean

Paratha

Paratha is a flatbread native to the Indian subcontinent, with earliest reference mentioned in early medieval Sanskrit text from Karnataka, India; prevalent throughout the modern-day nations of India

Guthi Vankaya Curry

gutti vankaya curry recipe | stuffed brinjal curry | gutti vankaya kura or koora recipe. an authentic and spicy curry recipe made with tender and small eggplant in a peanut and coconut-based gravy. the recipe mainly hails from the andhra cuisine or telugu cuisine but popular among other south indian states too. it is generally served with indian flatbread like roti or chapati but tastes good with rice too.

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Crispy, Spicy, and Irresistibly Delicious! 🔥

Crispy, Spicy, and Irresistibly Delicious! 🔥
Immerse yourself in the satisfying crunch of our expertly fried chicken, creating a harmonious balance between crispy exterior and tender, juicy goodness inside. Our chefs meticulously blend a symphony of aromatic spices to create the perfect marinade, ensuring each bite is an explosion of flavor.

Our Authentic Indian Butter Chicken! 🍗

 Our Authentic Indian Butter Chicken! 🍗
We source the finest ingredients to create a symphony of flavors. Succulent chicken pieces are marinated in a blend of spices, then simmered in a velvety tomato-based curry enriched with butter and cream.

Here's why our Paneer Butter Masala is a must-try:

Here's why our Paneer Butter Masala is a must-try:
✨ Creamy Perfection: Immerse yourself in the velvety texture of our signature buttery tomato-based gravy. ✨ Premium Quality Paneer: We source the finest paneer, ensuring a perfect balance of softness and firmness. Every cube is a delightful burst of freshness that absorbs the rich flavors of our delectable sauce. ✨ Aromatic Spices: Our chefs meticulously blend a medley of aromatic spices, creating a harmonious dance of flavors that will transport you to the streets of India.

Crunch into Culinary Bliss ✨

Crunch into Culinary Bliss ✨
Our Samosas boast a divine exterior that's flawlessly crispy, giving way to a luscious interior bursting with a medley of flavors. It's the perfect harmony of crunch and succulence that will leave your taste buds dancing with joy.
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About Us

About Us
Welcome to Bharath Cafe, your go-to destination for authentic Indian cuisine in Cary, North Carolina. This esteemed eatery has earned a reputation for serving the best Biryani in town, attracting food enthusiasts and Biryani connoisseurs alike. The moment you step into Bharath Cafe, the aroma of fragrant spices and basmati rice envelops you, tantalizing your taste buds and building anticipation.

Our Story

Our Story
Bharath Cafe emerges as a beacon of culinary proficiency and community spirit. The origin of this restaurant is rooted in a desire to foster the well-being and growth of our community through delectable dishes and heartfelt hospitality. Every bite of our food aims to not only create a savory sensation but to evoke emotion and enthusiasm, making it a perfect experience to share with your loved ones and others in the community.

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My husband and I had such a good experience here. It was near closing and they stayed open to serve us. The individual we spoke to suggested we try the rasmalai and stated it was the best in the area… listen… he told no lies. I’ve literally never had rasmalai that good. It was amazing! And the milk cake was also good! We can’t wait to return and try the biriyani!

Candace Karne

Candace Karne

I recently dined at this restaurant and was thoroughly impressed by the culinary experience. The highlight for me was undoubtedly the flavor profile of the dishes, especially the way they handled spiciness. It wasn't just heat for the sake of heat – there was a depth and complexity to the flavors that elevated the entire meal. The atmosphere of the restaurant contributed greatly to the overall experience. It was inviting and comfortable, making it a great spot for both casual and special occasions. The menu items were varied and well-executed, showcasing a good range of choices for different tastes and preferences. All in all, it was a wonderful dining experience that I would recommend to anyone who appreciates good food in a pleasant setting.

Santosh Reddy

Santosh Reddy

Was very impressed by the food! As a non-Indian that loves Indian cuisine, I found the food unique to many places around here, and very tasty. The online menu has good images and explanations of the dishes, so those not familiar can get an idea of what some of the more interesting options are. The service was excellent, and very helpful explaining some of the menu items to me. Clearly a small business that takes their customer service commitment very seriously! I tried the butter chicken, which was somewhat different than most places around here (more creamy, less tomato based). It was excellent. I also tried the Ulavacharu Chicken Biryani, to which I was warned the flavor may be different than I am used to. I tried it anyway and loved it! The naan was also fresh and very tasty. The location is somewhat small, so don't go there expecting a spacious restaurant. But do go there expecting great food and great service.

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