When I was 22, I dated an Indian guy for a while. His mom had the cutest pet name for me: White Devil.

Having grown up on Taco Bell and Kid Cuisine microwave dinners, my experience with Indian food had been pretty minimal, but Ashish introduced me to the coriander and cardamom-scented world of korma, biryani and butter chicken. Even though the relationship didn’t last, my love of Indian food did.

So when a friend told me her favorite spot for Indian was Bawarchi Biryanis in Louisville, I made a mental note to give it a shot the next time I was craving curry.

(I’ve since discovered that it’s a chain with locations in Centennial and Fort Collins, too.)

The d–cor and atmosphere are not what I’ve come to expect from Indian restaurants — Bawarchi is almost jarringly bright and filled with Home Goods-style poppy paintings and fabrics — but the menu is typical and, as the name implies, biryani-heavy.

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