Indian Restaurants in Dallas

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Under the guidance of the Sarma brothers, who own and operate Haveli Indian Cuisine, the chefs take care to turn out traditionally crafted Indian dishes that showcase tender lamb and chicken baked in clay ovens. Each geographic region of India has its own variation on common recipes, and Haveli's menu mirrors this broad culinary scope. Plates of vegetarian saag paneer spice up spinach cooked with cubes of cheese, and fiery vindaloo entrees send bites of shrimp or chicken blazing across taste buds. Platters of rich curries and sides, such as freshly baked roti or samosas, keep the lunch buffet packed for people on a break from work or spelunkers searching for something that's truly bottomless.

490 Franklin Rd SE
Marietta,
GA
US

Vatica Indian Vegetarian Cuisine focuses on the vegetarian cooking style of the Indian state of Gujarat. The dishes come in the form of thali, full meals that include bread, rice, and side dishes alongside curries made with eggplant, cauliflower, and other veggies. To complement meals, diners sip masala chai tea or BYOB beverages.

1475 Terrell Mill Rd SE
Marietta,
GA
US

From the outside, India Chef Restaurant simply looks like a house, with its barn-red roof crowning asquat and white fa?ade. But inside, it opens up into a spacious dining room where black tablecloths make colorful dishes shine. Clay oven-fresh tandoor dishes, garlic naan, and flaky samosas stuffed with sitar notes satisfy appetites, while pickled raitas and chutneys complement meals with piquant flavor. Reviewers applaud the restaurant's Biryani dishes, seafood, and customizable spice levels.

720 Holcomb Bridge Rd
Roswell,
GA
US

At Niramish, turmeric bursts in sunset hues in curries. Mango and pineapple cut the spice in cool chutneys, and the aromas of ginger and garlic tangle in the air. Those scents drift from clay-oven tandoori dishes, curries, and fried rice. The dishes range from mild to hot and spicy, with mango lassis and buttered naan bread soothing palates still a-tingle from plates of tofu vindaloo cooked south-Indian style.

1138 Euclid Ave NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

2144 Johnson Ferry Rd NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

64 Broad St NW
Atlanta,
GA
US