As the saying goes, "There's hot, there's real hot, and then there's Indian hot." On that scale, the fare at India Garden doesn't disappoint. Staffers provide an objective index in the form of a radioactively glowing cilantro, mint, and jalapeño chutney that arrives at your table. A few spoonfuls in, you'll be sniffling like a meth head. It's then that your waiter will tell you that "on a scale of 1 to 10, that's about a 4." Pick your own firepower based on how much feeling you have in your face: The higher the heat index, the less likely you are to actually taste the food. With eats this good, it would be a shame not to savor every bite.