Let’s get the big flashing misnomer out of the way: Not every stew at an Indian restaurant is a curry. It’s understandable how it’s become shorthand for “meat-filled spicy sauce to dip roti in,” but that’s a gross generalization for a cuisine that’s breathtaking in its diversity.
Part of the problem is that some restaurant menus haven’t done the best job articulating the distinctions of a vindaloo from korma or tikka masala. “Lamb in savory sauce” and “chicken in aromatic gravy” isn’t exactly the most evocative description.
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How it all came to be…
Luzren Indian Restaurant has been serving delicious, authentic Indian cuisine to residents of Beijing, and the success of our operations may be measured by our popularity among Indian nationals and other expatriates, overseas students and tourists, and Beijing natives, all of whom appreciate the fine taste of Indian food as well as the reasonable prices.