Indian Restaurants in Park East

Northern Indian Cuisine for Two or Four at Anar Indian Restaurant (40% Off)

Anar Indian Restaurant


$25 $15


Northern Indian dishes including veggie stews, chicken and lamb tandoori, cheese-stuffed naan, and savory biryani

Indian Cuisine at Akbar Cuisine of India (37% Off)

Akbar Cuisine of India

Hermosa Beach

$30 $19


Enjoy the vibrant flavors of mint chicken cooked in a tandoor oven, paired with options such as crab curry and mango cheesecake

Indian Dinner Cuisine and Drinks for Two or Four at The India's Tandoori (50% Off)

The India's Tandoori


$20 $10


Chefs whip up authentic Indian dishes such as lamb samosas, chicken tikka, matar paneer, and seafood curry

Indian Food at Asha Indian Restaurant (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Asha Indian Restaurant


$20 $12


Variety of biyranis, plus lamb, chicken masala, seafood, vegan, and vegetarian meals adjusted to your preferred spice level

Indian Cuisine at Kabob Curry of India (Up to 48% Off). Two Options Available.

Kabob Curry of India


$25 $13


Diners feast upon northern Indian specialties such as lamb biryani, paired with a selection of wines from India and California

Indian Food for Two or Four at Mahan Indian Restaurant (Up to 50% Off)

Mahan Indian Restaurant


$20 $11

Chefs grind spices by hand for traditional, Indian meals made from scratch, including chicken tikka masala and tandoori shrimp

Indian Food at Sitar Indian Cuisine (Up to 40% Off)

Sitar Indian Cuisine


$20 $12


Family recipes such as curries, vegetable dishes, and tandoori chicken and quail

$12 for $20 Worth of Indian Cuisine and Drinks at New Delhi Palace

New Delhi Palace


$20 $12


Diners can try a variety of Indian dishes, such as lamb vindaloo, vegetable biryani, and chicken masala, while sipping wine, beer, or lassi

$11 for $20 Worth of Authentic Housemade Indian Food at SR Indian Cuisine

SR Indian Cuisine


$20 $11


Authentic housemade Indian food, such as goat curry, lamb biryani, clay-oven-baked fish, and saag paneer

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The chefs at Annapurna meld a variety of authentic herbs and spices with veggie-laden entrees to craft a menu of savory Indian eats. The cheese dosa Annapurna special stuffs its pillowed crepe with a hearty blend of marinated mozzarella cheese, tomato, and cilantro ($8.95), dueling the succulent flavors of the Hyderabadi baingan ka bharta curry—fresh eggplant from the clay oven with an armful of chopped onions, diced tomatoes, and a special spice blend ($9.95). Batter-fried pieces of cauliflower bask in a garlic sauce with tomato accents in the gobi manchurian ($10.95), finishing off appetites with orders of the garlic naan ($3) or two vegetable samosas that barely manage to contain a potato-and-mixed-vegetable mélange within its crispy crusts ($4.50). A cultural immersion from "hello" to "holla back," Annapurna keeps guests cozy with a dining room TV broadcasting a range of Bollywood movies and sports.

10200 Venice Blvd
Culver City,

Inspired by the authentic home cooking of specially trained chefs in India, Mayura excites lethargic taste buds with traditional South Indian dishes cooked to satisfy vegetarians and carnivores alike in two separate kitchens. Delicate dosa, a crêpe made with rice and lentil, wraps itself around spinach, garlic, and potatoes in the spinach masala dosa ($6.95) and paginates itself with spiced potatoes in the paper masala dosa ($7.95). Spice seekers can ignite savory glands with the chicken tikka masala, a dish marinated in spices and roasted in a clay oven ($9.95), or the haleem—chunked, marinated meat cooked in curry sauce ($8.95). A selection of beer, wine, shakes, and lassi, a yogurt-based drink, complement Mayura's fiery cuisine and calm the contentious battle between liquid and solid foodstuffs.

10406 Venice Blvd
Culver City,

Born and raised in New Delhi, Chef Sabherwal has spent more than two decades perfecting the art of integrating centuries-old Mughlai cuisine into a modern culinary aesthetic. He's practiced his craft in kitchens all over the world, to the delight of many distinguished diners. With such an esteemed talent behind the tandoor, it's no surprise that his current professional home derives its name from the Hindi word for "chef." Past the giant bay windows waits a wonderland of Northern Indian delicacies, such as specialty chicken pakora deep-fried with chickpea dough, and Punjabi missi roti??a tangy, pancake-like dish served with onion chili salad.

10408 Venice Blvd
Culver City,

Cuisine Type: Indian

Established: 1986

Reservations: Required

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Number of Tables: 50+

Parking: Parking lot

Most popular offering: Chicken tikka masala

Kid-friendly: Yes

Alcohol: Beer and wine only

Delivery/Takeout Available: Yes

Outdoor Seating: No

Many Indian restaurants serve dishes that might seem quite spicy to an American palate. With its various vindaloo and curry dishes, Shalimar Cuisine of India is no exception. But Shalimar's chefs don't want to leave customers searching frantically for a frozen flagpole to lick, so they whip up a variety of homemade drinks to cool off tongues. These include a sparkling lemonade ginger soda, a sweet and a salty yogurt lassi, and a refreshing mint ice tea. Additionally, they can adjust the spice levels in all of their dishes to accommodate mouths.

10708 Jefferson Blvd
Culver City,

There’s more than one reason that customers keep coming back to Govinda’s Buffet. It’s not just because the buffet is all-you-can-eat, but that’s certainly a draw. So is the fact that all of the internationally inspired food is vegan- or vegetarian-friendly. And chef Jagannivas Das rotates his menus every three weeks, so that patrons never tire of what’s for lunch or dinner. To top off meals, he prepares chocolate and vanilla cupcakes as vegan as raw kale served in a sundae dish.

3764 Watseka Ave
Los Angeles,

Authentic Nepalese cuisine can be found at Tara’s Himalayan Cuisine, a cozy, hole-in-the-wall restaurant on Venice Boulevard in Palms. Tara’s stands out with its thatched “hut” roof over its porch, and though the space inside can feel a bit cramped, the large outdoor patio is heated and comfortable. Tara uses fresh ingredients and light seasonings to create Indian-influenced dishes, mostly with a vegetarian lean. There’s the garlic tofu and vegetable momo, tiny steamed or pan-fried dumplings filled with mushrooms and served with a sweet tomato coulis known as achaar. Menu items are reasonably priced, especially at lunchtime, when you can order a thali, a combination plate with an entrée, mustard greens, basmati, daal, raita and naan. Other staples like chicken masala or vindaloo are found on the menu, along with more unusual items like the Sherpa Stew, vegetables simmered in a hearty broth with spices, and served with noodles.

10855 Venice Blvd
Los Angeles,