If you work in Flatiron and have to impress clients, it’s worth having a high-end Indian experience at Junoon. The food here is not a huge departure from what you might find in a less expensive Indian restaurant. But the difference is that it feels fancy in here, and you can order a flight of Indian whisky. We’d recommend having a business lunch at Junoon, when you can get a 3-course prix fixe for $37 and a two-course prix fixe for $30.
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