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Authentic Indian restaurant in Princeton Shopping Center

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Cross Culture Restaurant

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The Princeton Shopping Center is located minutes away from downtown Princeton off of Harrison Street and offers all kinds of shopping, from specialty to convenience stores. The shopping center also houses quite a variety of different restaurants, including Cross Culture, an authentic Indian restaurant.

Cross Culture Restaurant specializes in traditional Indian cuisine and is actually a sister restaurant to Palace of Asia, a larger restaurant in Lawrenceville known for its good quality and authentic Indian fare. The emphasis on quality and authenticity carries over to the menu at Cross Culture.

The restaurant offers plenty of options for both meat-eaters and vegetarians alike. The menu is extensive and boasts a variety of different tandoor entrees, curries, biryanis and Indian breads. Choose from Vegetarian options like navratan korma, a mild and creamy curry with garden vegetables, or palak paneer, a dish that includes cubes of Indian paneer cheese and mildly spiced spinach. For meat-lovers, try the classic chicken tikka masala or tandoori fish tikka, which is brought to the table steaming hot and comes with marinated, broiled salmon, cooked in a tandoor, served on a bed of onions and limes. Soak up all the incredible flavors of the curries with an order of garlic naan or one of the other homemade Indian breads.

Cross Culture offers outdoor dining in the courtyard of the Princeton Shopping Center and is also BYOB restaurant.

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