Indian Restaurants in East End

45% Off at Akash India Restaurant

Akash India Restaurant


$20 $11


Diners can feast on a variety of authentic Indian dishes, such as chicken curry, lamb vindaloo, and aloo saag

Up to 50% Off at Taste of India

Taste of India


$20 $11

Large portions of traditional Indian dishes, sopped up by flaky naan, satisfy grumbling tummies

45% Off Indian Food at Taj India Indian Restaurant

Taj India Indian Restaurant


$20 $11


Tandoori specials, seafood curries, and vegetarian entrees made with fresh cheese

Up to 52% Off at Taj Palace Indian Restaurant

Taj Palace Indian Restaurant

Meadow Vale

$25 $12


Clay oven seals flavors into marinated meats and traditional flatbreads alongside chicken tikka masala and 20+ vegetarian dishes

Up to 53% Off at Shalimar Indian Restaurant

Shalimar Indian Restaurant

Hurstbourne Acres

$20 $10


Authentic tandoori entrees and other traditional dishes fan out across behemoth menu dubbed "daunting" by Metromix Louisville

Up to 30% Off at Little India Cafe

Little India Cafe

East Louisville

$34.85 $25

Eatery dishes out Indian cuisine such as garlic naan, chicken curry, mutton vindaloo, aloo gobi, and shrimp masala

Up to 40% Off Indian Cuisine at Tadka

Tadka Indian Cuisine


$20 $12


Sichuan chicken or beef, sesame chicken, paneer, and other made-to-order recipes from India

Up to 45% Off Indian Cuisine at AAB India Restaurant - Sawmill

AAB India Restaurant - Sawmill


$20 $11

Northen Indian delicacies such as tandoori and curry dishes; scallop masala, lamb vindaloo, and vegetarian aloo gobi

$10 for Indian Cuisine at New India Restaurant

New India Restaurant

The Gables

$20 $10


Chefs bake tandoori specials in a clay oven, prepare mild or spicy curries, & plate up veggie, vegan, and gluten-free entrees

67% Off Vegan, Veggie, and Gluten-Free Indian at Banana Leaf

Banana Leaf

Northwest Columbus

$10 $3.33

Platters made with rice, lentils, and curries plus Desi pizza with housemade crust and Amul cheese imported from India

45% Off at Kohinoor Indian Cuisine

Kohinoor Indian Cuisine


$20 $11


Variety of meat-filled, vegetarian, and vegan Indian dishes, including lamb and goat specialties and dishes cooked in the tandoor oven

Up to 45% Off Indian Cuisine at Maanas

Maanas Indian Restaurant


$20 $11


Sprawling menu details north and south Indian cuisine at spacious restaurant

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Since his cooking days at his East Hyde Park restaurant, Cumin, Chef Yajan (Yaj) Upadhyaya has been enamored with creating both traditional and new Indian dishes, as highlighted by Polly Campbell for the Cincinnati Enquirer. In his latest culinary venture, Mantra on the Hill, Chef Yaj continues to make authentic Indian food pop by pairing it with his take on other culinary elements such as spicy southern plates and Indochinese dishes. And the Indian cuisine itself derives not from one region of the subcontinent, but many. This melding of old and new, East and West, means during lunch and dinner hours, the head chef seasons chicken and shrimp with traditional Indian spices before baking fresh in the kitchen’s tandoor, which also cooks several vegetarian meals and fresh naan described as "buttery and very pleasant” by CityBeat.

To attract a crowd after most children have gone to bed and most children on the other side of the world have woken up, Chef Yaj also curates a late-night menu. With it, he showcases the same ability to unify disparate inspirations, from masala fries topped with a curry sauce to lamb sliders. And it’s not just food that might draw diners in at the end of a long day—10 signature cocktails quell thirst, and the name of one of them, the New Old Fashioned, perfectly characterizes the restaurant’s theme as a whole. Of course, the staff also pours domestic and imported beer and enough wine to float a cruise ship.

Mantra on the Hill’s decor is as elegant as the food is flavorful. Exposed brick and tan-colored walls create a neutral backdrop to the vibrant artwork displayed on them. On the outdoor patio, string light-festooned trees wrap around umbrella-covered tables—where guests enjoy their meals while listening to live music—and a light-green picket fence provides a winsome bookend to the pastel pink brick that defines the façade of the building.

934 Hatch St

Nary a dish at Akash India Restaurant has been “Americanized.” Instead, the chefs rely on India’s impressive array of spices and herbs to flavor dishes such as chicken curry, lamb vindaloo, and aloo saag—potato cubes simmered with spinach and cream. At the eatery’s lunchtime buffet, guests can load vast quantities of Indian food onto their plates or inside their second papier-mâché stomachs.

24 E 6th St

The intermingling aromas of bold curries, roasting meats, and vibrant herbs and spices all demonstrate Delhi Palace's commitment to traditional Indian cuisine. Showcasing a variety of meaty as well as vegetarian-friendly dishes, the menu features a number of familiar staples. Tender lamb in a spicy vindaloo sauce, homemade cheese cubes cooked in spinach and cream, and yogurt-marinated chicken straight from the fusion-powered tandoor oven represent the diverse range of possibilities available from the menu's pan-regional selection. Going beyond savory flavors, the menu also indulges sweet teeth with mango lassis blended with chilled yogurt.

7133 Montgomery Road

Located within Findlay Market since 2010, Panda Chefs serves up an eclectic collection of ethnic foods like sushi sliders and Indian favorites such as shrimp curry all washed down with wheat grass or other healthy drinks. You can enjoy these treats from the east while you take in the sights and sounds of the Market's other vendors and artists. The eatery also offers a handful of classic American desserts such as root beer floats and banana splits. The dining room is open for lunch service Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m with table service or carry out and seating for up to twenty four guests.

1801 Race Street

Decorated in warm yellow and clay hues, Elephant Walk Injera and Curry House welcomes diners to share their meals. As its name indicates, the restaurant serves plenty of injera, a classic Ethiopian flatbread, which can be dipped in meat stews and vegetable mélanges. If diners prefer to keep their meals to themselves, they can try a traditional Indian curry, paneer tikka, or doro tibs, a dish composed of sautéed chicken and onions, seasoned butter, Berbere and an Ethiopian red-pepper sauce.

170 W McMillan St.

With a name like Curries: The Flavor of India, you'd be forgiven for thinking this restaurant only specializes in one dish. But far from it. Curries celebrates the diversity of north and south Indian flavors to Indo-Chinese options. The culinary team stirs lamb into classic curry, cooks chicken in onion-and-tomato mixes, and serves hyderabadi dum biryani. Curries also sports myriad vegetarian options, from crispy veggies and baby corn doused in sichuan sauce to marinated cottage cheese roasted in a clay oven. Along with traditional tandoori breads, Curries's feasts can be accompanied with mango lassi and masala tea.

349 Calhoun Street