Indian Restaurants in Southeast Colorado Springs

Three-Course Indian Meal for Two or $11 for $20 Groupon at India Tavern (Up to 46% Off)

India Tavern

Hampden South

Homestyle northwest Indian dishes such as clay-oven-baked tandoori entrees & curries with juicy chicken, lamb & prawns

$56 $30

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Indian Cuisine at Little India (Up to 50% Value). Downing Street and 6th Avenue Locations Available.

Little India

Multiple Locations

Fresh-baked tandoori dishes and signature housemade curry; voted Best Indian Restaurant by “5280” magazine readers

$20 $12

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$11 for $20 Worth of Food and Drinks at India's Cuisine

India's Cuisine

Aurora

Tender meats emerge sizzling from the tandoor oven and are served next to fluffy naan and cool lassis

$20 $11

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One or Three Groupons, Each Good for $20 Worth of Indian Cuisine and Drinks at Bombay Clay Oven (45% Off)

Bombay Clay Oven

Cherry Creek North

Chicken tikka masala and tandoor-roasted meats coexist with vegetarian meals such as matar paneer with indian cheese, peas, and tomato gravy

$20 $11

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$15 for $30 Worth of Indian Food at India Express

India Express

Congress Park

Entrees are blended with spices, onions, and ginger; marinated meats cook in a scorching clay oven

$30 $15

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Healthy Modern Indian Food at Bombay Bowl (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Bombay Bowl

Speer

Healthy Modern Indian eatery features rice bowls and kati rolls without trans fats or artificial flavors

$10 $6

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Indian Cuisine at Little India – Teller (Up to 50%). Three Options Available.

Little India - Teller

South Alameda

Award-winning Indian eatery bakes naan to order and accessorizes entrees with savory curry sauce or spicy vindaloo

$10 $5

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Indian Food at Saucy Bombay (40% Off)

Saucy Bombay

Downtown

Chicken, lamb, and garbanzo served cafeteria-style, then smothered with sauce and served over a bed of basmati rice or rolled into a wrap

$10 $6

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Indian Cuisine for Dine-In or Carry-Out at Little India (45% Off)

Little India

Central Business District

Northern Indian chefs prepare coconut shrimp, chicken tikka masala, vegetable curry, lamb chops, and seekh kabobs

$20 $11

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Sri Lankan culture incorporates distinctive southern Asian roots along with influences from the various European nations that have ruled it. As a result, the cuisine typically features a m?lange of Indian, Portuguese, Dutch, Chinese, and Malaysian flavors. At Sri Lanka Curry Leaf Restaurant, Lana Hillstrom remains true to the flavors of her native Sri Lanka, filling the menu with her country's eclectic cuisine. Pork and sliced mango simmer in aromatic curry, distinguished from familiar Thai or Indian versions by a signature powder that uses 21 fragrant ingredients, according to the Colorado Springs Independent. The rest of the menu includes Sri Lankan interpretations of Asian standards such as chicken tikka, fried rice, and mulligatawny soup.

Channeling the same vivaciousness as the menu, the dining room bursts with color from its sunshine-yellow walls, draped with leafy foliage and imported Sri Lankan rainbows. Framed pictures and woodwork also adorn the walls and add to the room's homey ambiance.

321 N Tejon St
Colorado Springs,
CO
US

The chefs of Taste of India 2 began their careers in Northern India, an area supplies the inspiration for their menu of authentic Indian cuisine. Using fresh ingredients, they craft curries with daily-cut veggies and delectable pieces of chicken, beef, and lamb. Within an atmosphere infused with Indian art and music, patrons can select dishes that include halal meat, gluten-free, and vegan options.

750 Citadel Dr E
Colorado Springs,
CO
US

People eat three times a day to prevent rebellious stomachs from escaping in search of peanut brittle, their natural prey. Today's Groupon uses the power of South Asian cuisine to placate restless tummies: for $15, you get $30 worth of international cuisine and drinks at Shanti: Taste of India in Dorchester. This Groupon is not valid for Shanti's lunch buffet.

More than 10 years ago, Shanti opened to provide the South Boston area with fresh, authentic Indian food. After realizing that the subcontinental focus limited the range of noshing experiences, the founders soon expanded their menu to also include Pakistani and Bangladeshi dishes. Now, stylish lamb, beef, and goat parade onto plates in a variety of spice suits, including the Indian gosht vindaloo ($11.99) and the Pakistani gosht kadai ($11.99). A well-equipped squadron of nine vegetables guards the nabaraton korma's creamy sauce ($10.99). Authentically stamp a palate-passport with the shrimp bhuna, seasoned shrimp imported from Bangladesh ($12.99). Tour the menu by blindfolding yourself, spinning around, and pointing randomly at your dinner, or engage the knowledgeable staff in a friendly game of 20 Questions to receive a personal recommendation.

The rich red walls and tablecloths give Shanti a regal ambience that reaches its full and inevitable consummation when the delectables arrive in gilded dishes. At the nod of your head, goblets full of beer ($3–$6.95), wine ($5.50–$7.50), or a creamy yogurt lassi ($3.99) levitate to the table in anticipation of exuberant toasts. Reservations are suggested for parties of eight or more and can be made online here.

Reviews

More than 100 Yelpers give Shanti an average of four stars. Eighty-eight percent of more than 90 Urbanspooners recommend it, and three Insider Pagers give it a four-star average.

  • This is amazing Indian. Since we don't really know anything about Indian food, we always end up asking questions; the staff always helps us choose the best meal for us. – Cassie M., Yelp
  • Shanti is the real deal - high quality food at reasonable prices. – Mark P., Yelp
  • This is some of the best Indian food I have had. I come here with my family and we each get different things and share. The flavors are so rich. ─ Emma M., Insider Pages
4820 Flintridge Dr
Colorado Springs,
CO
US

The locally lauded by both the Colorado Springs Gazette and Colorado Springs Independent as "The Best of the Spring" for 2011 and 2012, chefs at Mirch Masala aren’t afraid of the extra work it takes to make a menu of authentic Indian cuisine. They make their own paneer cheese in-house and constantly keep the fire stoked in a clay tandoor oven to bake yogurt-marinated lamb chops, chicken, mixed grill, and banana splits, as well as fluffy naan stuffed with a variety of ingredients. Diners with delicate palates can customize the spice level of any dish. Mirch Masala's servers also deliver beer, wine, and mixed drinks such as the Mango Margarita and Slumdog Millionaire cocktails to tables in addition to mango lassis or indian chai with milk.

5047 N Academy Blvd.
Colorado Springs,
CO
US

For the past 18 years, the chefs at India Palace have been making their northern Indian food burst with flavor rather than an overly spicy kick. To do so, they harness traditional spices such as anise seed, cardamom, and turmeric to concoct their aromatic curries, vegetarian entrees, and gluten-free dishes from scratch. They can customize each of their biryani and masala entrees to individuals' preferred levels of heat and sentience, and they diligently bake naan in a clay oven to sop up every last drop of vindaloo sauce. India Palace also offers an expansive lunch buffet that brims with traditional Indian morsels.

5644 N Academy Blvd
Colorado Springs,
CO
US

Traditional and contemporary recipes reign at India's Kitchen, where chefs sheath chicken, lamb, seafood, and vegan entrees in a flurry of freshly ground exotic spices. They sizzle naan and kebabs in a tandoor clay oven and flood kormas and masalas with housemade yogurt, cream sauces, and coconut milk. Chefs can customize spiciness levels or swap in gluten-free ingredients for the handful of dishes that aren't already gluten-free, adeptly maintaining each dish's intricate flavors and inspirational coming-of-age story. An extensive daily lunch buffet lines up some of the kitchen's greatest hits for guests to sample, and the restaurant also extends its culinary services to the catering realm.

Cylindrical light fixtures dangle amid the dining room's vibrant red-orange walls, which contrast charcoal-hued floors and furnishings. A trickling faux rock fountain beckons patrons to venture to the full bar, where staffers sling Indian beers that harmonize with the aromas and flavors of the cuisine.

18701 East Mainstreet
Parker,
CO
US