Even though its only a few blocks west of trendy and chaotic Highland Village, Kiran's can be easily overlooked since it's located in a bland brick office complex. But step inside and it's a different story. The interior, with a banquent-lined central space and reddish-brown side room, is beautiful and calming. Did we mention the food is excellent? Ambitious owner/chef Kiran Verma brings classic Indian cuisine to another level. In addition to standard Indian dishes, Verma emphasizes seafood, with dishes like tandoori Chilean sea bass and lobster tail, prawn bhuna and Goanese shrimp. Kiran's also boasts a sizeable wine list not normally found in Indian restaurants.
Not sure what to order? Try the multi-course tasting dinner (soup, two courses, sorbet, main course and dessert) for $75 per person. The weekly Saturday afternoon tea makes for a relaxing way to spend a couple of hours enjoying updated versions of the English classic.
31 | aug at 10:00 am
|College of the Mainland Art Gallery presents Margaret Smithers-Crump: In Motion|
|College of the Mainland Art Gallery|
31 | aug at 5:00 pm
|Mac Barnett and Christian Robinson: Book signing and discussion of Leo: A Ghost Story|
|Blue Willow Bookshop|
31 | aug at 7:00 pm
|World Affairs Council of Houston presents General Stanley McChrystal|
|The John Cooper School|
1 | sep at 11:30 am
|World Affairs Council of Houston presents Luncheon with General Stanley McChrystal|
|Hyatt Regency Houston|