Indian Restaurants in East New York

Indian Food at Jewel of India (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Jewel of India

East Village

Authentic dishes, including perennial favorites, fill the menu with options that vary from spicy chicken dopiaza to shrimp tandoori

$30 $15

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$34 for an Indian Meal for Two at Bombay Grill House (Up to $83.50 Value)

Bombay Grill House

New York

Traditional and contemporary takes on a range of Indian cuisine, such as chicken cooked with mango and mint and Indian-tinged Chinese dishes

$83.50 $34

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Indian Food at Paradise Biryani Pointe (Up to 48% Off). Two Options Available.

Paradise Biryani Pointe

New York

Traditional Indian biryani dishes filled with chicken, egg, veggies, shrimp, or goat

$40 $22

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$20 for an Indian Meal for Two with Appetizer, Entrees, and Drinks at Bombay Grill House ($93.50 Value)

Bombay Grill House

Clinton

Plates overflow with vegetarian-friendly dishes such as saag paneer alongside kebabs and naan from tandoor oven

$93.50 $20

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Indian Lunch or Dinner for Two or $13 for $20 Worth of Delivery or Takeout at Golden Grill 

Golden Grill

Richmond Hill

Appetizers such as chicken samosas and entrees such as goat biryani, lamb vindaloo, and paneer butter masala

$38.96 $20

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Calcutta-Style Indian Meal with Appetizers, Entrees, and Wine for 2 or 4 at Haldi Indian Cuisine (Up to 51% Off)

Haldi Indian Cuisine

New York

Beneath a ceiling lined with copper pots, dine on tandoor-roasted kebabs, a lamb stew with okra, and other eclectic Calcutta-inspired dishes

$75.85 $38

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Baluchi's chefs sweep regional and classic Indian cuisines into a comprehensive menu of hearty meat, seafood, and vegetarian dishes. At the heart of the kitchen, a traditional tandoor oven works overtime to bake entrees, such as a whole red snapper or lamb chops, and fresh naan and paratha breads. Meanwhile, chefs simmer seafood curries in creamy coconut milk and top off feasts with scoops of housemade ice cream flavored with mango or pistachio. Though Baluchi's offers delivery, patrons who appear at the eatery treat their senses to a feast: clusters of colorful baubles cast light on shiny hardwood benches and a bar, backdropped by vibrant paintings.

113-30 Queens Boulevard
Forest Hills,
NY
US

Baluchi's chefs sweep regional and classic Indian cuisines into a comprehensive menu of hearty meat, seafood, and vegetarian dishes. At the heart of the kitchen, a traditional tandoor oven works overtime to bake entrees, such as a whole red snapper or lamb chops, and fresh naan and paratha breads. Meanwhile, chefs simmer seafood curries in creamy coconut milk and top off feasts with scoops of housemade ice cream flavored with mango or pistachio. Though Baluchi's offers delivery, patrons who appear at the eatery treat their senses to a feast: clusters of colorful baubles cast light on shiny hardwood benches and a bar, backdropped by vibrant paintings.

11330 Queens Blvd
Forest Hills,
NY
US

Diners can?t simply order the Phaal curry at Brick Lane Curry House. Instead, the staff requires patrons to repeat a verbal disclaimer, which absolves the restaurant of any liability for "physical or emotional damage" caused by the curry's 10 intensely incendiary ingredients?including the infamous ghost chili pepper. These fiery components make it the one of the spiciest curries in the world, according to Brick Lane Curry House's claims. Diners who can withstand the heat and finish the entire serving earn a free beer and a certificate commemorating their victory alongside strong-willed diners including Adam Richman, the host of Man vs. Food.

Aside from this challenge, endurance is hardly required to enjoy a meal at Brick Lane. The curry shop takes its name from the London street famous for its Indian and Pakistani cuisine and the chefs forge a variety of British?influenced meals from regions throughout India. Beyond the Phaal, the menu features 10 other curries, which include everything from coconut and coriander to creamy, almond-based gravy and saffron. The chefs may not serve fish ?n? chips, but the tandoor-roasted kebabs and slow-cooked lentils represent the lesser-known, internationally inspired side of London comfort food.

1664 3rd Ave.
New York,
NY
US

After building up a restaurant empire throughout Europe and India, Parveen Malhotra assembled a team in Forest Hills to cultivate a menu of Indian cuisine that draws from regions throughout the subcontinent. Diners at Haveli can feast on lamb and chicken kababs from along the northern borders, or they can sample eseafood and shrimp curries from coastal Goa and Cochin. Dishes of Bombay bhel puri rice puffs and okra bhindi masala arrive in colorful, elegant arrangements, while an extensive list of wines and tropical martinis pair perfectly with every meal.

The restaurant’s interior evokes its namesake Haveli—a term for a mansion reserved for the upper echelons of Indian society. Crystal chandeliers cast light onto linen covered tables, white leather sofas, and table settings of crisp napkins. From the saffron-colored walls, murals of jewel-bedecked elephants parade past dinner tables, while paintings of Mughal rulers look down upon banquet spreads with stern, peckish looks.

116-29 Queens Boulevard
Flushing,
NY
US

The white takeout boxes are the only bland things about Desi Food Truck. Everything else?from their bright-yellow truck adorned with colorful images and designs to their spicy Indian street food?is a smorgasbord for the senses. Chefs serve up boxes of traditional Indian street food all around town, from their permanent spot in Soho Square Park and their roving truck that hits NYC's varied neighborhoods. The chefs specialize in street foods from throughout the subcontinent, from the spicy chicken tikka masala to the vegetarian-friendly lentils served with rice and indian pickles. The most highly recommended dish, however, is the biryani. The chefs toss the rice with spices typical of a Kolkata market or pair it with tender cuts of goat to create a dish that's as comforting and flavorful as a beef-jerky teething ring.

5th Ave,W 27th,W 27th,W 27th
New York,
NY
US

The chefs at Maurya Cuisine of India create traditional Indian dishes such as tandoori lobster tail, shrimp masala, and chili chicken. They help guests acclimate their palates to Indian food’s palette of piquant ingredients by serving spiced garlic naan and vegetable samosas that can be capped off by pistachio-mango or tutti-frutti ice cream.

63-108 Woodhaven Boulevard
Rego Park,
NY
US