When the Taj’s neon minarets kindle cravings for spicy-rich butter chicken and pea- and potato-stuffed samosas, this is your only in-casino dining option. This narrow bistro borders the Boardwalk—and bears yet another shrunken replica of India’s best-known tomb (this one in the middle of a fountain). The glassed-in kitchen turns out a familiar selection of tandoori-baked kebabs, garlic-stuffed naan, mozzarella-like paneer casseroles, and tender, yogurt-marinated lamb chops. It’s fair to good, but definitely made for customers with comps. Chicken korma that would cost nine bucks elsewhere will set you back twice that here.