Spice of America

Popular Dishes

Romaine Salad Bowl
Naan croutons and tamarind ranch, chicken tikka or tandoori shrimps or achari paneer
$14.00
Sandwich Bowl
Tikka masala, laccha salad, chili mayo, egg and homemade potato chips
$14.00
Biryani Bowl
Chicken masala, raita, laccha salad, aakuri soft scramble and mint
$16.00

Bowls

Romaine Salad Bowl
Naan croutons and tamarind ranch, chicken tikka or tandoori shrimps or achari paneer
$14.00
Sandwich Bowl
Tikka masala, laccha salad, chili mayo, egg and homemade potato chips
$14.00
Biryani Bowl
Chicken masala, raita, laccha salad, aakuri soft scramble and mint
$16.00
Vegan Broth Bowl
Tofu, rice and tapioca pearls, scallion, peppers, peas, carrots, edamame and spices
$12.00
Samosa Chat Bowl
White pea mash, tamarind, mint chutney and masala curd
$12.00
Thukpa Chicken Noodle Soup Bowl
Braised wild mushroom, carrots, beans and cauliflower
$12.00
Spaghetti Bowl
Spiced tomato cream sauce, chicken or tandoori or paneer or mushroom
$14.00
Nepalese Style Momo Bowl
Burnt chili sauce and crushed tomato salad, chicken or market veg mix
$12.00

Curries

All curries are accompanied with a bowl of steamed basmati rice, papad, pickles and masala raita.
Paneer Tikka Curry
Makhani gravy, cashews and tomatoes, methi dust, saffron curd
$15.00
Malai Kofta Curry
Peas, minced paneer and vegetable croquettes, poppy seed gravy
$14.00
Prawn Curry
Alleppy style, raw mango, coconut and tomato sauce
$16.00
Butter Chicken Curry
Tikka masala, onion, tomato and cashews gravy and dried fenugreek
$15.00
Lentil Curry
Rajma, black dal, green moong beans, chickpea, black eyed beans and white peas
$12.00
Market Greens Vegetable Curry
Broccoli, spinach, kale, beans, scallions, pea, edamame and lababdar masala
$14.00
Masala Omlette Curry
Tomato gravy, chilies, onions, jalapeño and cilantro
$14.00
Lamb Curry
Himalayan korma gravy, roasted bell peppers
$16.00

About Spice of America

(415) 872-7187 • 1655 Market st, San Francisco, CA 94103

We like to think of our version of Indian and Nepalese cuisine as borderless renditions of refined, yet comfort-focused classics like Himalayan Lamb Curry and Paneer Makhani. Lesser known South Asian spices like kasoori methi (dried fenugreek leaves), paired with more familiar spices like coriander, cumin, saffron, and dried Kashmiri chiles create a bridge between the familiar and the exotic.