Indian Restaurants in Corinth

$15 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Indian Dinner for Dine-In or Takeout at Flavors Indian Restaurant

Flavors Indian Restaurant

Addison

$10 $5

This family-run restaurant turns out tasty, traditional Indian cuisine, from lamb vindaloo to chicken tikka masala

Indian Dinner for 2 or 4 or Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Indian Food at Nandhini (Up to 50% Off)

Nandhini

Plano

$22 $13

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Diners devour tandoori meats and curries in an upscale dining room with saffron walls adorned with twisted tree branches and soft red carpet

$18 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Indian Fusion Food at Chameli ($30 Value)

Chameli 2

Plano

$10 $6

_Dallas Observer_–lauded biryanis, chicken and goat kormas, and fuska, a popular fried street food in Bangladesh

Indian Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at Hilltop Indian Cuisine (Up to 48% Off). Three Options Available.

Hilltop Indian Cuisine

Irving

$22.88 $14

Chefs import spices and herbs from India to craft meat-based and vegetarian Indian dishes within a chic restaurant with great patio views

$15 for $30 Worth of Indian Cuisine at Junoon Grill

Junoon Grill

DFW Airport Hotel & Conference Center

$10 $5

Authentic Indian/Pakistani food such as chicken tikka, shish kebab, fish fry, and vegetarian curry served with clay oven-baked tandoori nan

$12 for $20 Worth of Pan-Indian Dinner Cuisine at Vindu Indian Cuisine

Vindu Indian Cuisine

North Dallas

$20 $12

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Clay-fired tandoori entrees, dosas from South India, and entrees of chicken, vegetables, or lamb

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The culinary artisans at Kokila Indian Cuisine prepare a bevy of dishes with influences from different geographical areas within India. Experience a flash of taste with an appetizer of crispy onions fried in lentil batter ($4.50) or gobi Manchuria, deep-fried, soy-sauce-infused cauliflower cooked under intense heat in the desert for which it is named ($7.50). Rise above hunger with a hearty entree of eight marinated jumbo shrimp ($14.95) while obviating pangs of thirst with a refreshing mango lassi ($3), or placate grumbling tummies with a plate of garbanzo beans accoutered with sautéed onions and tomatoes in a medium spicy sauce ($9.95). Indian cuisine neophytes, meanwhile, can try a first-timer special, which consists of soup, vegetable pakoras, vegetable kurma curry, chicken tikka masala, naan, an instruction manual, and rice ($14.95).

500 E Round Grove Rd
Lewisville,
TX
US

Treat your family to amazing Indian food at our restaurant in Southlake, Texas. Taste of India invites you to visit us and enjoy a true taste of Indian recipes. We have a daily lunch buffet so if you're on your lunch break, or open for dinner time.

2140 E Southlake Blvd.
Southlake,
TX
US

“Indian food.” Those two words call to mind a handful of ubiquitous dishes but hardly capture the subcontinent’s wealth of regional cuisines. Wild Chutneys Indian Cuisine goes beyond what’s expected to introduce palates to a new world of fragrant spices and colorful curries. The menu reads like Marco Polo’s travelogue, spanning nearly all of India and Pakistan with regional dishes such as goan fish curry, peshawari biryani, and the fluffy naan that once paved the Silk Road. Clay ovens bake dishes of chicken tikka and ginger-infused lamb chops to tender perfection, and stews of black lentils, chickpeas, tomatoes, and okra ensure ample options for vegetarians.

4950 Belt Line Rd, Ste 190
Addison,
TX
US

In the dimly lit, draped confines of Clay Pit, fresh vegetables, meats, and spices team up to form an array of inventive Indian fare recommended by the Dallas Observer. The creative dinner menu sprinkles ancient recipes with modern flair, revving epicurean engines with appetizers such as curried mussels simmered in garlic, red wine, and a leak-free pan ($9.95). Basmati rice accompanies most house specialties, holding the hand of the Khuroos-e-Tursh as its cashews, almonds, pistachios, cream sauce, and chicken medallions ($15.95) make their journey from plate to mouth. On the outdoor patio, chefs tend to grillables such as malai kebab chicken breast ($14.95) in the tandoor, a traditional clay pit known for imbuing meats with smoky flavor so that they can imbue diners' bellies with smoky flavor.

4460 Belt Line Rd
Addison,
TX
US

Ziyaafat's chefs expertly organize the ancient flavors of imperial Mughal cuisine in a menu packed with authentic Indian dishes. In the kitchen, cooks sear chicken to create the murgh mughlai, then cook it with mild spices and top it with creamy gravy and almonds. Spicy dishes such as Afghan mutton karhai, an Afghan delicacy that braises bone-in mutton in a spicy tomato sauce, rest on plates above crimson table settings in Ziyaafat's dining room. The restaurant also caters corporate functions and special events with their mobile services, which proves ideal for family reunions held in a local investment firm's conference room.

1301 Custer Rd, Ste 510
Plano,
TX
US

Maharaja's mammoth dinner menu offers an array of traditional dishes, vegetarian-friendly fare, and a variety of freshly baked roti bread. Meat and seafood that have been marinated in a yogurt, ginger, and garlic sauce are broiled over charcoal to create succulent tandoori dishes ($9.95–$11.95), and a medley of vegetable dishes, such as kofta curry with dumplings, energize herbivores for stilt-walking strolls on scenic beaches ($8.75). Diners can get stomach juices flowing with an appetizer of dahi bhalla, which consists of lentil cakes served with yogurt ($2.95), or a small plate of crispy samosas stuffed with spiced potatoes and green peas ($2.75). Instead of licking ice sculptures at a fancy gala, patrons can cool off taste buds with a refreshing lassi, a sweet or salty whipped yogurt drink ($1.95), before enjoying a cup of raisin- and nut-topped Indian rice pudding ($2.95).

4152 W Spring Creek Pkwy
Plano,
TX
US