Indian Restaurants in Bensonhurst

$10 for 25% Off Your Entire Bill at Haldi Indian Cuisine. Reservation Through Groupon Required.

Haldi Indian Cuisine

New York

Beneath a ceiling lined with copper pots, dine on tandoor-roasted kebabs, a lamb stew with okra, and other eclectic Calcutta-inspired dishes

$10 $10

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Indian Cuisine for Dine-In or Takeout from Khyber Indian (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Khyber Indian

Kew Garden Hills

Classic and inventive takes on Indian cuisine at a quick-serve restaurant; chicken tikka masala and pumpkin samosas

$20 $12

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Indian Food at Jewel of India (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Jewel of India

East Village

Authentic dishes, including perennial favorites, fill the menu with options that vary from spicy chicken dopiaza to shrimp tandoori

$30 $15

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$34 for an Indian Meal for Two at Bombay Grill House (Up to $83.50 Value)

Bombay Grill House

New York

Traditional and contemporary takes on a range of Indian cuisine, such as chicken cooked with mango and mint and Indian-tinged Chinese dishes

$83.50 $34

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Indian Food at Paradise Biryani Pointe (Up to 48% Off). Two Options Available.

Paradise Biryani Pointe

New York

Traditional Indian biryani dishes filled with chicken, egg, veggies, shrimp, or goat

$40 $22

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$29 for an Indian Meal for Two with Appetizer, Entrees, and Drinks at Bombay Grill House ($93.50 Value)

Bombay Grill House

Clinton

Plates overflow with vegetarian-friendly dishes such as saag paneer alongside kebabs and naan from tandoor oven

$93.50 $29

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$29 for Indian Dinner with Wine for Two at Tamba Indian Grill and Bar (Up to $60.80 Value)

Tamba Indian Grill and Bar

Kips Bay

Duos share rice and bread, and select individual entrees such as chicken tikka masala or spice-laden vegetable jalfrezi

$60 $29

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Indian Meals for Two or Four at Saffron Indian Cuisine (Up to 53% Off)

Saffron Indian Cuisine

Astoria

Battered pakoras and puffed-rice apps with wine and main plates of veggie korma, lamb biryani, and tandoori chicken

$51.85 $25

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Up to 28% Off Indian Cuisine — Copper Chimney- NY; Valid Sunday - Thursday 5 PM - 10:30 PM

Copper Chimney

New York City

Contemporary Indian fare such as samosas, kebabs & tandoori dishes with savory seasoned vegetables & halal meats in sleek dining room

$35 $25

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Dine-In or Take-Out Indian Cuisine at Maharaja Palace (Up to 50% Off)

Maharaja Palace

Multiple Locations

Spicy vegetarian dishes share plate space with slow-fired entrees kissed with cilantro, mint, or curry

$40 $20

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$15 for $30 Off Your Bill at Raj Mahal

Raj Mahal

East Village

Chefs fill traditional Indian dishware with faithful renditions of the region's iconic comfort food, including tandoori chicken and naan

$30 $15

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$12 for $20 Worth of Indian Cuisine for Takeout or Indian Meal for Two or Four at Blue Lotus

Blue Lotus

Historic Downtown

Variety of Indian dishes, including biryanis from Hyderabad and chaats from Mumbai, plus Indo-Chinese dishes, including gobi Manchurian

$20 $12

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Indian Meal for Two or Four with Optional Drinks at Gandhi Restaurant (Up to 51% Off)

Gandhi Restaurant

Astoria

The menu spans India's wide range of savory specialties, from tandoori chicken and potato tikka to prawn vindaloo and lamb biryani

$46 $23

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Indian Dinner for Two with Appetizer and Desserts at Namaste (Up to 63% Off)

Namaste

Astoria

Tandoors bake skewers of chicken and shrimp; curries add spice to authentic dishes

$66.75 $25

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The Best of Devi Menu for Two at Devi (Up to 43% Off). Two Options Available

Devi

Union Square

Three-course Indian meal for two, including appetizers, entrees with naan and basmati rice, and desserts

$120 $69

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Three-Course Indian Dinner for Two or Four at Indigo Indian Bistro (Up to 48% Off)

Indigo Indian Bistro

Midtown East

Traditional Indian dinner with options such as chicken pakoras, stuffed naan, rich lamb or veggie kormas, and authentic desserts

$43 $25

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Indian Dinner for Two or Four at Spice Cove (Up to 55% Off)

Spice Cove

New York

Marinated salmon cooked in curry sauce, red snapper infused with ginger spice and herbs, chicken tikka masala, and tandoori chicken

$63.75 $29

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Four-Course Indian Meal for Two or Four at Dhoom Indian Restaurant (Up to 54% Off)

Dhoom

Secaucus

The New York Times has praised the regional Indian cuisine at this Secaucus spot, which shares owners with Michelin-starred Tulsi

$107 $55

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Two Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Indian Food for Takeout or Dine-In at Trupti Curries & Biryani (30% Off)

Trupti Curries & Biryani

Iselin

Homemade Indian dishes such as goat biryani, fresh cheese with a butter-masala sauce, and chicken curry

$10 $7

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$12 for $20 Worth of Indian Food for Two or More at Delhi 6 NY

Delhi 6 NY

New Hyde Park

Classic Indian dishes, such as tandoori chicken and lamb vindaloo, served alongside entrees infused with a variety flavors

$20 $12

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Kosher Indian Cuisine at Shalom Bombay (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Shalom Bombay

Teaneck

Indian menu brimming with kosher offerings including Mughlai, vegetarian, and non-vegetarian orders

$30 $18

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$15 for $30 Worth of Indian Cuisine at Tandoor E India

Tandoor E India

Ocean

This quaint eatery uses a traditional clay oven to cook potato-stuffed breads, marinated chicken, and skewered pieces of lamb

$30 $15

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Rakesh Aggarwal left India for America in 1980 and his culinary talents soon earned him permanent gigs at New York mainstays such as Club 21 and the Oak Room. It wasn’t until 1994, however, that he set the cornerstone for his very own New York mainstay, though he may not have known it at the time. Baluchi’s, which is reminiscent of Rakesh’s childhood nickname, Balu, became an instant hit both for its Zagat-rated Indian cuisine and its exotic decor. Today, Baluchi’s has expanded to five locations throughout the city and received a fair share of ink from New York magazine and the New York Times, whose writer noted that the potato cakes were “among the best” he had eaten. Baluchi’s in Murray Hill sticks to the traditional Indian fare that has brought this chain such widespread success. The menu alternates nicely between meat and vegetarian options, with options such as minced-lamb kebabs with mango salsa and sweet-potato chaats baked in a tandoor and tossed with spices. The tandoori menus teem with robust options such as racks of lamb and whole fish, as well as curries prepared with seafood, lamb, and vegetables that carry just enough spice and heat to melt the heart of a curmudgeonly businessman.

310 5th Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Bombay Masala's chefs draw inspiration from the familiar spices and sauces that characterize Indian cuisine and create an eclectic spread of aromatic and flavorful recipes. Brooklyn Magazine heaped praise onto the chicken tikka masala⎯an Indian-style entree historically co-opted by the British⎯by naming Bombay Masala's version one of The 10 Best British Bites in Brooklyn. This particular dish, along with several others, begins cooking in the kitchen's clay tandoor oven, which roasts skewered meats and vegetables over a pile of smoldering charcoal and old love letters. As the skewers bake, the chefs whisk together curries and cream sauces that they spoon over everything from lobster to housemade cheese.

1241 Flatbush Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Behind its nondescript storefront and kelly-green vinyl awning on a tree-lined stretch of Flatbush Avenue, King of Tandoor conceals lavish feasts of fine Indian cuisine. A warm, homey space of linen-covered tables, smartly dressed servers, and warm light from wall sconces awaits those who enter to enjoy mulligatawny soups full of earthy spices, ponir makhanee made with creamy homemade cheese, and Madras curry made with spicy tomato sauce. As the name implies, King of Tandoor prides itself on its clay-oven dishes: boneless chicken tikka and marinated leg of lamb emerge from the traditional oven piping hot, their sizzling sounds elevating full meals or adding informed points of view to quarrels between clock radios.

600 Flatbush Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
US

The chefs at Britain Indian Restaurant flavor their meals with traditional Indian spices and sauces. Pieces of lamb simmer alongside almonds and raisins in a mild korma cream sauce, and chefs dunk jumbo shrimp into bowls of spiced curry, like professional basketball players before a team potluck. Specialties such as lobster marinated in yogurt crisp swiftly in the intense heat of a tandoor oven. Meat-free dishes range from vegetable biryani to saag paneer’s blend of spinach and cottage cheese.

142 Smith St
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Tandoors—clay cooking vessels that land somewhere between an oven and a barbecue pit—have been used in Indian homes since around 1900 BCE. Bringing this timeless culinary method to Brooklyn, Taste of India piles its menu with tandoori and seafood appetizers, entrees, and desserts. Look for the chef’s specialties, which include shrimp curry and pomfret, a pan-fried fish cooked in a mustard gravy sauce, onions, and curry leaves.

1018 Bergen St
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Baluchi's chefs sweep regional and classic Indian cuisines into a comprehensive menu of hearty meat, seafood, and vegetarian dishes. At the heart of the kitchen, a traditional tandoor oven works overtime to bake entrees, such as a whole red snapper or lamb chops, and fresh naan and paratha breads. Meanwhile, chefs simmer seafood curries in creamy coconut milk and top off feasts with scoops of housemade ice cream flavored with mango or pistachio. Though Baluchi's offers delivery, patrons who appear at the eatery treat their senses to a feast: clusters of colorful baubles cast light on shiny hardwood benches and a bar, backdropped by vibrant paintings.

113-30 Queens Boulevard
Flushing,
NY
US