The side of Sicilian cauliflower had caramelized cauliflower with raisins, pine nuts and chopped parsley and was served cold. This was a tasty dish, although I would have preferred a couple of more Mediterranean ingredients like olives or capers (surely these must be available in Sicily or in NYC where the side was prepared?) or at the very least, some salt and pepper. Also, I would like this dish to be served warm.
My friend got a vegetable soup and a half sandwich. The soup was a very light soup that tasted like pureed squash with some pieces of red pepper. It tasted fine and healthy overall. The half sandwich that my friend got seemed delicious. It had local apple, avocado, arugula, smoked cheddar, and whole-grain mustard on multi-grain bread. I will remember to get this the next time I go to Indie Food and Wine. Or I may try some of the other sandwich or dinner options at India Food and Wine the next time I go there.