The popular Restaurant, Coromandel Cuisine of India in Orange, has been awarded “Best Martini Pairing with Food Award” and “Food Critics Choice Award – Fine Dining” during the 3rd Annual Communitini on October 10, 2019 at Center Stage Theater in Shelton, CT.
“I am excited that our Ginger Martini Pairing with Chicken Malabar have been awarded the coveted prize, beating several dozens of Restaurants who had participated at this annual event,” declared Mathew C Jacob, Orange, CT, who owns and runs the Restaurant on Post Road in Orange, CT.
Organized by the Valley United Way, a leading philanthropic organization serving the towns of Ansonia, Derby, Oxford, Seymour, and Shelton, the event featured live music, a silent auction, and other prizes that made the night unforgettable!
This year’s theme for the annual event was New York, New York, which had featured live music from Lionfish, the sights, and tastes, including the wonderful Cheesecake Drawing sponsored by Edible Dreams Cake for a Trademark Tours getaway for four to Boston.
Although United Way is an internationally recognized brand, each United Way office is completely local. All of the money raised by Valley United Way stays right in the local community, carrying out several noble initiatives benefiting the community.
Coromandel, group/chain of Restaurants was started with the ambitious vision of capturing the flavors, tastes, colors, and hospitality of the rich tradition and diverse humanity that makes India. Located in New Rochelle in the states of New York and Orange, Darien and Stamford, in the state Connecticut, each restaurant is owned and operated by an independent owner responding to the needs of the local community/clients.
Just like the others, Coromandel of Orange serves authentic South Indian as well as North Indian meals, catering to a wide variety of clients both the ethnic South Asians and mainstream Americans who regularly patronize this Restaurant from several towns across the state of Connecticut.
The Coromandel of Orange, which was awarded Best Indian Restaurant by CT NOW
Best of New Haven by Readers Poll in 2018 and 2019, is a place where you find all versions of North Indian as well as South Indian cuisine – from spicy Andhra meals to exquisite Kerala seafood dishes crispy masala dosas served by Udupi restaurants and, of course, the best of Tamil cuisinefrom the length and breadth of the state.
The New York Times has rated Coromandel of Orange to be VERY GOOD. “Coromandel is a pretty, contemporary place with white tablecloths, a reasonably priced wine list and a comfortable ambience that is due in no small measure to the classy, generous service,” The NY Times wrote in a Review.
The Orange Town News stated that “If you are unsure of what you may like to try, ask the staff as they are very passionate and knowledgeable about the cuisine they serve and honestly want all the customers to leave having a great dining experience.”
New Haven Register wrote that “Coromandel is a cut above and offers intoxicating cuisine from a land where colors dance on the palate.” New Haven Advocate says, “A restaurant like Coromandel is the much needed corrective to pink-dyed, faux- Tandoori Chicken and what a corrective it is.”
“As partners, chefs, and staff, we take immense pride and pleasure in creating and serving every meal and an experience to go with it,” Mathew C Jacob, Orange, CT, the winner of the awards says. “We love to know our patrons, their tastes, preferences, stories and how they feel about our food and restaurants. We have been humbled with awards and recognitions in the tri state area and are ever more committed to our customers’ culinary delight.”
To taste the award winning items and other exquisite South Asian Cuisine, please visit: COROMANDEL CUISINE OF INDIA,185 Boston Post Road,Orange, CT 06477, USA. Phone: (203) 795 9055. Or visit the website to www.coromandelcuisine.com/Orange