Kati roll & samosa – Kasa Indian Eatery

Kati roll & samosa - Kasa Indian Eatery
Chicken tikka masala, tzatiki, chutney. $8.50
Kasa Indian Eatery, San Francisco CA

Mmm, I love the Indian street food at Kasa. The flavors are great and the prices won’t break the bank. Yum!

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Chana masala & chicken tikka masala thali plate – Kasa Indian Eatery

Chana masala & chicken tikka masala thali plate - Kasa Indian Eatery
Chick peas in spiced tomato sauce. Char-grilled and marinated naturally-raised chicken in a spicy, creamy tomato sauce. Homestyle Indian platter with roti (handmade bread), slow-simmered daal (lentils), rice, veggie salad, chutneys and raita (yogurt). $11.95
Kasa Indian Eatery, San Francisco CA

Ugh, I don’t know why I also order the Thali plate. It’s SO much food! It is delicious though and satisfies my craving for flavorful Indian food. Mmm…

Keema muttar & chicken tikka masala thali plate – Kasa Indian Eatery

Keema muttar & chicken tikka masala thali plate - Kasa Indian Eatery
Ground turkey with sweet peas. Char-grilled and marinated naturally-raised chicken in a spicy, creamy tomato sauce. A homestyle Indian platter with one or two of the dishes listed below, roti (handmade bread), slow-simmered daal (lentils), rice, veggie salad, chutneys and raita (yogurt). $11.95
Kasa Indian Eatery, San Francisco CA

Mmm, I love the thali plates at Kasa. They’re a great value and there are so many flavors and components that make it fun to eat. I really need to stop getting the green hot sauce though. It tastes great but I always pay the next day. Lol!

Kati roll & Keema muttar – Kasa Indian Eatery

Kati roll & Keema muttar - Kasa Indian Eatery
Chicken tikka masala kati roll. $5
Half side of ground turkey with sweet peas. $3
Kasa Indian Eatery, San Francisco CA

This place is a standard go-to for easy and delicious Indian food for me in the Castro. The food is consistently tasty and the quality is good too. I always get the hot sauce because it tastes really good, but I always pay for it later. Lol!

Chicken tikka masala & lamb curry thali plate – Kasa Indian Eatery

Chicken tikka masala & lamb curry thali plate - Kasa Indian Eatery
Char-grilled and marinated naturally-raised chicken in a spicy, creamy tomato sauce. Saucy grass-fed lamb and potatoes. A homestyle Indian platter with one or two of the dishes listed below, roti (handmade bread), slow-simmered daal (lentils), rice, veggie salad, chutneys and raita (yogurt). $11.95
Kasa Indian Eatery, San Francisco CA

Every once in a while, I crave Indian food from Kasa. I’ve been getting the thali plates recently instead of the roti rolls probably because I’m a pig, lol! I think the chicken tikka masala and lamb curry is my favorite combination because they’re both saucy and perfect for mixing and dipping.

Chicken tikka masala & lamb curry thali plate - Kasa Indian Eatery
March 29, 2014.

Chicken tikka masala & lamb curry thali plate - Kasa Indian Eatery
June 24, 2015. $13.95

White orchid flowers
White orchid flowers (Orchidaceae), Buena Vista.

Turkey kebabs & chicken tikka masala thali plate – Kasa Indian Eatery

Turkey kebabs & chicken tikka masala thali plate - Kasa Indian Eatery
Char-grilled, minced naturally-raised turkey with garlic, herbs and spices. Char-grilled and marinated naturally-raised chicken in a spicy, creamy tomato sauce. A homestyle Indian platter with one or two of the dishes listed below, roti (handmade bread), slow-simmered daal (lentils), rice, veggie salad, chutneys and raita (yogurt). $10.95
Kasa Indian Eatery, San Francisco CA

This was the first time I tried the turkey kebabs. They were pretty good with a nice flavor. I generally like my Indian food saucy, especially on a thali plate so of course I’m partially to their chicken tikka masala!

Women's Building, 18th Street

Women’s Building, 18th Street. This building has artwork on all sides so it’s pretty cool!

Chicken tikka & lamb curry thali plate – Kasa Indian Eatery

Chicken tikka & lamb curry thali plate - Kasa Indian Eatery
Char-grilled and marinated naturally-raised chicken. Saucy grass-fed lamb and potatoes. A homestyle Indian platter with one or two of the dishes listed below, roti (handmade bread), slow-simmered daal (lentils), rice, veggie salad, chutneys and raita (yogurt). $10.95
Kasa Indian Eatery, San Francisco CA

Mmm, I love the thali plate at Kasa! You get so much delicious food for a great price. Everything has a lot of flavor and the spicy great sauce is amazing.

Big Brother is watching you artwork, Market Street
Big Brother is watching you artwork, Market Street. I like that they decorated the construction pathway along this section. I don’t think Hollywood Billiards has ever been open since I’ve lived in this city.