Azitra, an Indian restaurant located in Broomfield, was reviewed this week by Westword. The menu at Azitra features predominantly Northern Indians dishes, popular and obscure ones alike, as well as some scattered Southern Indian specialties. Gretchen Kurtz, Westword's restaurant critic, found that the restaurant is mostly traditional and some of the attempts at contemporary touches, like the lamb patia and Tulsi-marinated salmon failed to impress. Kurtz praised the samosas, breads, and several traditional dishes.
Poppy Cafe, the recently-opened restaurant in the Peloton project in Boulder, was reviewed by the Daily Camera this week. At this casual eatery, everything is gluten-free or can be crafted into a gluten-free version on each meal served which includes breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. Liz Moskow, the restaurant critic, appreciated the healthful salads, simple sandwiches, meat and meatless blue plate-style specials and regular dishes and highlighted the flourless chocolate cake as a perfect one.
· Spice Is Nice in Indian food -- And So Is Tradition [Westword]
· Gluten-Free Dining at Poppy Cafe [Daily Camera]