Indian Restaurants in Camden

Vegetarian Indian Cuisine at Taj India (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Taj-India

Bustleton

All-vegetarian menu features veggie kabobs and paneer cooked in the tandoor oven and served alongside fluffy naan and cool drinks

$30 $15

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Indian Cuisine at Mood Cafe (Up to 52% Off). Two Options Available.

Mood Cafe

Northern Liberties - Fishtown

Cooks prepare traditional Indian cuisine and delicacies, including meat- and veggie-based entrees and kebabs cooked in tandoor ovens

$60 $29

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Indian Cuisine for Two or Four at Palace of Asia (Up to 48% Off)

Palace of Asia

Golden Triangle

Indian eatery dishes out entrees such as aloo palak, tandoori shrimp, and mircha bhagara, jalapeños infused with coconut and sesame sauce

$25 $14

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$12 for $20 Worth of Indian Cuisine at Shere-E-Punjab

Shere-E-Punjab

Multiple Locations

Indian restaurant serving authentic and innovative dishes, including naan, chicken, and lamb specialties cooked inside clay ovens

$20 $12

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Indian Food at Paradise Biryani Pointe (Up to 33% Off). Three Options Available.

Paradise Biryani Pointe

Paradise Biryani Pointe Marlton

The house’s most popular dishes are the chefs’ desserts and biryanis, which are cooked slowly “dum” style with halal meats

$30 $20

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Two Lunch Buffets or Two Entrees and One Appetizer at Desi Spice (Up to 44% Off)

Desi Spice

Trooper

Menu includes garlic naan, onion masala dosa, goat saag, shrimp goan curry, tadka daal, butter chicken, tandoori chicken, and egg noodles

$21.18 $12

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Indian Food for Two or Four at Dosa Hut Chat House (Up to 48% Off)

Dosa Hut Chat House

Trooper

BYOB eatery serves South Indian dishes such as savory crepes and pancakes, vegetarian dishes like palak paneer, and chicken and lamb curries

$40 $22

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Four-Course Meal, or $17 for $30 Worth of Indian Food at Spice Kitchen

Spice Kitchen

Spice Kitchen

Huge breadth of entrees includes vegetarian specialties, goat and lamb dishes, and Indian flatbreads

$60 $32

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Indian Food at Nirvana Fine Indian Cuisine (50% Off). Four Options Available.

Nirvana Fine Indian Cuisine

Nirvana Indian Cuisine

Curries, vindaloos, tandoori dishes, and other recipes from across India fill plates for dinner or lunch

$60 $30

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Indian Cuisine at Indian Villa (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Indian Villa

Collegeville

Eatery dishes out classics like samosas, saag paneer, chicken curry, and lamb rogan josh, as well as hot paninis and fried rice

$25 $13

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$19 for All-You-Can-Eat Weekend Indian Buffet for Two at Bordolois Indian Fusion ($31.98 Value)

Bordolois Indian Fusion

Plainsboro Township

Indian, Chinese, and Thai flavors mingle in nutritious, beautifully plated dishes

$31.98 $19

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Weekend or Weekday Buffet for Two or $28 for $40 Worth of Indian Food at Aroma & Spice

Aroma & Spice

Dayton

Classic Indian dishes such as samosas filled with spiced potatoes, vegetarian curry with peas and paneer, and chicken in cashew gravy

$21.98 $15

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Indian Vegetarian Food at Dosai Place (25% Off). Two Options Available.

Dosai Place

East Windsor

Indian dishes such as palak paneer and vegetable biryani served alongside crispy rice pancakes stuffed with a variety of veggies and spices

$20 $15

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Indian Food at Pooja Restaurant (Up to 56% Off). Four Options Available.

Pooja Restaurant

Somerset

More than 160 expertly spiced, traditional Indian dishes, including paneer masala, lamb rogan josh, and chicken dhingri

$19.90 $10

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$14 for $25 Worth of Indian Cuisine for Dine-In and Weekend Buffet at iSpice

iSpice

North Brunswick

Authentic dishes from North and South India, including chicken cooked with sorrel leaves and tandoori tasting platter

$25 $14

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$15 for $30 Worth of Indian Cuisine for Dinner at Guru Palace. Two Options Available.

Guru Palace

North Brunswick

Entrees such as vindaloo with Portuguese lamb and goat masala with onion and garlic

$30 $15

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$15 for $25 Worth of Indian Food at Spice India

Spice India

Lower Nazareth

Steam drifts from the lamb and goat curries, tandoori dishes, and buffet trays in a BYOB eatery with yellow walls and colorful portraits

$25 $15

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Indeblue Indian Cuisine: A User's Guide

Indian cuisine made with seasonal ingredients and an American flair.

Sample Menu

  • Appetizer (traditional): onion bhajia—vegan fritters made by dipping onions, potato, cauliflower, and spinach in chickpea batter
  • Appetizer (nontraditional): naan pizza with housemade rose-petal marmalade, goat cheese, mozzarella, and asparagus
  • Entree: chicken jhalfrazie tossed with black pepper, cinnamon, onion, tomato, and bell peppers

    When to Go: Swing by on a Thursday night if you fancy live sitar and tabla music, but go any other night if you prefer humming your own tunes while you chew.



    Inside Tip: The restaurant is BYOB, so pick up your favorite bottle of wine or six-pack of beer before dinner.



    Vocab Lesson
    Chaat: savory Indian snack food made of potatoes, fried bread, and a spice medley that typically includes dried mango powder, cumin seeds, and black salt.
    Paneer: a fresh cheese made from boiling cow's milk or water buffalo's milk and curdling it with whey—the dish dates back to at least 6,000 BC.



    While You're in the Neighborhood
    Before: Test your crafting skills at All Fired Up (602 Haddon Avenue), a studio devoted to paint-your-own pottery.
    After: See what's happening at the Scottish Rite Auditorium (315 White Horse Pike), a historic 1930s venue that hosts musical acts and theater performances.



    If You Can’t Make It, Try This: If you're in Philly for the evening, head to Indeblue's sister location (205 S. 13th Street).

619 Collings Ave
Oaklyn,
NJ
US

Voted top five in the Best Indian category of the 2011, 2012, and 2013 CityVoter awards, Laxmi's Indian Grille serves a range of dishes?from spicy meats to subtle vegetable stews?designed to please all palates. A perfume of fresh ginger, rose water, and house-made cottage cheese drifts from the bustling kitchen out into the dining room of the Main Street location, where vibrant paintings provide an elegant contrast to walls of rustic exposed stone. At both Main Street and the newly minted Tilden Street eatery, a clay tandoor oven is kept aflame throughout the day, enabling chefs to bake breads, meats, and underripe bananas to a golden patina.

3492 Tilden St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Every morning at Jazmin Restaurant, chefs load morsels of freshly kneaded naan dough into the tandoor oven. The aroma of baking bread soon fills the dining room, mingling with the heady scents of curry and cumin that waft from grills sizzling with halal chicken and lamb. Chefs also flaunt seven vegetarian entrees that swap meat for lighter ingredients such as homemade cheese and lentils. To contrast the savory dishes, dining companions can share traditional Indian desserts of mango ice cream and mango custard, which stand as evidence of the mango’s worth beyond its inclusion in fruit hats.

2013 N 63rd St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Tiffin infuses drab dishes with a plethora of Indian spices imported straight from the subcontinent itself by peripatetic purveyors. Shrimp and chicken absorb flavors of orange and chile de arbol after a bathing in the mango-chile marinade ($10), and curry finds its savory soul mate in the complementing haldi turmeric powder ($5.59). Elaichi whole green cardamom ($6.59), a staple of Indian desserts, leaves its native India, bidding a tearful farewell to its ginger family in search of a starring role in pungent dishes. Customers can pick up dish dustings or have them delivered ($25 minimum) to their home, office, or underground solarium for no additional delivery charge.

7105 Emlen St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

The masala maestros at Cafe Spice Express prepare an expansive and omnivorous menu of upscale Indian takeout. Rumbly tummies can be hushed by arsenal of appetizers, including a trio of potato-packed samosas ($4), boneless chili chicken ($7.50), and the yogurt-coated salmon of saloni machi ($8). The lamb madras marries the sweetness of coconut and tanginess of mustard ($13), and the shrimp vindaloo dips tiger prawns in a hot-and-spicy sauce ($14). Crop-based eats from the vegetarian menu include bhindi masala, a sautéed okra dish with julienned ginger and cumin ($9.95), and malai kofta, featuring vegetable dumplings steeped in cashew-almond gravy ($10.50) until as rich and tender as hug from Bill Gates.

1625 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Executive chef Mohan, who has commanded Lovash Restaurant’s kitchen for 12 years and been in in the restaurant business for 30 years, infuses an equal blend of color and flavor into his Indian recipes. He tosses chicken into bright-red sun-dried-tomato sauce, marinates tender lamb in coconut milk, and sprinkles spices across wilted spinach and yellow cheese cubes. The colorful dishes mimic the stained-glass chandeliers that hang overhead to illuminate portraits hanging from the exposed-brick walls. The BYOB eatery also has a private dining room to host family gatherings and laid-back jury deliberations.

236 South St
Philadelphia,
PA
US