Indian Restaurants in Arizona


Indian Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at Tandoori Times Bistro (45% Off).

Tandoori Times Indian Bistro

Multiple Locations

Curry, tandoori, and biryani dishes for both carnivores and vegetarians complement full bar and weekend belly dancing

$20 $12

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Indian Dinner at Karaikudi Palace (Up to 35% Off). Four Options Available.

Karaikudi Palace

Central Scottsdale

Award-winning restaurant peppered with native artwork on the walls, with a full bar serving cocktails & menu of South & North Indian dishes

$20 $13

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Regular or Vegetarian Dinner for Two or Weekday Buffet for Two at Aachi South Indian Kitchen (Up to 34% Off)

Aachi South Indian Kitchen

Aachi South Indian Kitchen

Wide selection of south Indian favorites including tandoor-cooked meats, curries, and veggie biryani

$60.43 $40

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Indian Cuisine for Dine-In or Carry-Out at Nandini Indian Restaurant (Up to 47% Off). Three Options Available.

Nandini Indian Restuarant

Nandini Indian Restuarant

Veggie samosas, chicken curry made with fresh herbs from house recipe, halal tandoori chicken, and lamb rogan josh

$30 $16

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$23 for $30 Worth of Indian Food from The Dhaba

Dhaba

Tempe

Cooks please palates with flavors from across India, including punjabi veggie platters, tandoor-baked meats, and handmade naan

$30 $23

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Indian Buffet for Two or Four or $25 Worth of Indian Food from Kohinoor Cuisine of India (Up to 45% Off)

Kohinoor Cuisine of India

Kohinoor Cuisine of India

Lunch or dinner buffets showcase an array of Indian dishes, including a robust selection of vegetarian and vegan choices

$20 $11

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  • Bombay Spice Grill & Wine-Chicago
    At Bombay Spice Grill, you don't have to grab a table to enjoy the spices and sauces of Indian cuisine. Instead, Executive Chef Sunil Kumar designed a menu full of Indian meats, tofu, curries, and toppings that can be customized into a flavorful meal-on-the-go. Though the sauces come in traditional varieties such as curry, tikka masala, spinach, and vindaloo, the preparation veers from the methods of India to create healthier dishes. Chefs eschew cooking with ghee—Indian clarified butter—and instead use olive oil for heart-healthy wraps, sandwiches, salads, and bowls. And though wraps come with a slice of freshly baked naan or roti bread, clients can opt to make their dish gluten-free by swapping out bread for quinoa or rice. Guests can even customize their dish to be vegetarian and vegan, with ingredients clearly denoted on the menu. And to pair with a main entree, they can grab traditional Indian sides such as samosas and rice pudding.
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    10810 North Tatum Boulevard
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • New Delhi Palace
    Hazy, pastel-colored murals line the walls at New Delhi Palace, each depicting an Indian skyline with temples or rolling hills in the distance. The scents of cumin and coriander waft out of the kitchen, transporting diners over the ocean in a fraction of the time that a traditional turtle ride would take. Since the 1980s, the kitchen has crafted North Indian?style cuisine, such as the chicken, shrimp, and lamb, arriving fresh from the clay tandoor after marinating in yogurt and ground spices. The wok-like karahi sears meats before dousing them in tomato-based gravies, whose spiciness is calibrated to suit customers' tastes. The all-wood bar houses wines and beers from around the world, including India, Japan, and Great Britain.
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    6751 E Broadway Blvd
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Guru Palace Phoenix
    The bar?s hanging lights glow like down-turned tulips against cobalt walls. A plush corner nook invites lingering with low-slung tables and vibrant throw pillows. Peeking through the lattice of Guru Palace Cusine of India?s decorative blue dividers, patrons can catch an eyeful of the restaurant?s centerpiece, a sprawling wall mural of the Taj Mahal. Surrounded by decor that the Phoenix New Times called ?a deliberate antidote to the sameness that sometimes pervades local retail complexes,? patrons tuck into a menu of traditional Indian dishes. The paper also named Guru Palace Cusine of India Best Indian Restaurant of 2010, lauding foods baked in a traditional tandoori oven and a wide range of vegetarian options. The chefs at the eatery specialize in Mughlai cooking, and the dining room?s burgundy tablecloths crowd daily with fish and lamb entrees infused with ginger, cumin, and red chili. Warm], baked naan breads and samosas sop up sauce, and bottles of wine can raise spirits after the realization that a vehicle?s owner?s manual says nothing about driving underwater.
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    2048 E BASELINE RD
    MESA, AZ US
  • India Gate
    India Gate’s chefs immerse fresh shrimp in a spiced marinade and saturate chicken breasts with yogurt and ginger before slow-cooking the meats in a traditional tandoor clay oven. Speared lamb and minced beef pieces also spend time roasting in the oven, while nearby stoves heat pots of curry to simmering, and fluffs up rich basmati rice imported from India. The chefs can also whip up authentic dishes en masse for the restaurant's daily buffets and its banquet hall, which can host up to 250 people for a sit-down dinner or 25 people for a curry-fueled dance off.
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    6245 W Chandler Blvd # 1,
    Chandler, AZ US
  • Tandoori Times Indian Bistro
    At each of Tandoori Times Indian Bistro?s two locations crimson and cream walls surround tables weighed down with indian curry, rice, and tandoori dishes. While morsels of lamb, seafood, and chicken prepare for supper by bathing in aromatic indian spices, soft naan bread keeps diners entertained by diving into appetizers of mango chutney. Patrons can let the wind sweep through their eyelashes on one of the outdoor patios and belly dancers weave their way across dining rooms on select nights, which contributes to each location's traditional atmosphere and each diner's desire to enroll in belly-dancing lessons.
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    5626 W Bell Rd.
    Glendale, AZ US
  • Jewel of the Crown
    Inside Jewel of the Crown, turret-shaped wall alcoves form the shape of a honeycomb, filled with backlit statues of Indian deities. Wood accordion partitions are carved with vines and budding flowers. Since 1986, these decorative touches and the restaurant's traditional Indian dishes have attracted celebrity diners such as Kim Basinger and The Rolling Stones. In the light of large glowing chandeliers, thick curries and yogurt-marinated kormas gleam on tables next to tandoori dishes of lamb, fish, and chicken. After sopping up the last of a vegetarian chana masala, guests can head out to the outdoor patio for a glass of wine, or peruse Jewel of the Crown's hanging tapestries, which display classical scenes of embroidered farmers playing paintball in the fields.
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    7373 E Scottsdale Mall
    Scottsdale, AZ US

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