Indian Summer festival celebrates South Asian eats

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      The 10-day Indian Summer festival kicks off next Thursday (July 4) with a culinary event organized by Vikram Vij. It takes place at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden (578 Carrall Street) with entertainment and grazing on South Asian food such as momos and dosas from restaurants such as Café Kathmandu and Atithi Indian Cuisine. On July 12, Vij will host a dinner at a yet-undisclosed location to honour Sanjeev Kapoor, the celebrity chef behind Khana Khazana, India’s longest-running cooking show. Tickets cost $75 for the opening gala and $350 for the dinner with Kapoor, whom CNN has called the “Rachael Ray of India”. See