Restaurant Review

infini-T Café

A zen-cool hangout with a spicy, Indian inspired vegetarian menu and teas from across the globe.

Infini-T Café
4 Hulfish Street, Princeton

Hours: 8 am to 11 pm every day.

Price: $$

Style: A zen-cool hangout with furnishings and artifacts from around the world. Tapestries and paper lanterns add warmth and color. Teas of all types fill prominently displayed glass canisters.

Don’t Miss: The Indian-inspired menu offers breakfast all day, with masala eggs ($6.95) a highlight. This platter of three eggs scrambled in Indian spices, with green peppers, tomatoes, onions and Indian green chilis makes a marvelous eye-opener at any hour. Yellow dahl soup ($6.50), with its rich flavor profile of sauteed garlic, cumin and arhar da, is a Punjabi treat that will warm your heart and belly. Pani puri, a popular Indian street food ($6), fills round, crispy breaded shells with mashed potatoes, chickpeas and red onions. Add as much Indian green chili and sweet and spicy sauces as you like. Infini-T also offers a number of American-style sandwiches such as melted brie, apple and honey on multi-grain bread ($7.25) and a pleasing fruit, nut and cheese plate ($7.25).

Heads Up: The shop, at the corner of Hulfish and Witherspoon streets, is in the basement. Metered parking is available in the lot across the street.

The Scoop: Owner Mary Fritschie buys her teas from Indian estates whose products meet Fair Trade and Ethical Tea Partnership standards. Black, green, white, oolong, maté, roiboos, herbal and fruit teas are served by the cup or by the pot. The fair-trade coffee is roasted locally.

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    American - Deli/Quick Bites
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