Indian Restaurants in East Palo Alto

$11 for $20 Worth of Lunch or an Indian Dinner for Two at Arka

Arka

Multiple Locations

Eatery infuses traditional Indian flavors into innovative dishes and regional specialties

$20 $11

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Indian Dinner Cuisine at Aasna, Melange of India (Up to 42% Off). Two Options Available.

Aasna, Melange of India

Milpitas

Shyam Khanal's eatery serves Indian cuisine divided into meat- and vegetable-based dishes

$36 $22

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Lunch Buffet for Two or $11 for $20 Worth of Indian Food for Dinner at Tandoori Paradise

Tandoori Paradise

Hayward

Steaming plates of channa masala with garbanzo beans and lamb boti kebabs pair with baskets of assorted naans and rotis

$22 $10.99

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Indian Food at The Ultimate Lounge (60% Off). Two Options Available.

The Ultimate Lounge

Hayward

A futuristic bar and lounge serves as the setting for Indian eats like tandoori chicken, samosas, pakora, and lamb biryani

$30 $13

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Indian Cuisine for Dine-In or Carryout at Mehar Indian Restaurant (40% Value)

Mehar Indian Restaurant

Hayward

North Indian recipes such as spicy goat curry, chana masala, chicken tikka kabobs, and 11 types of naan

$10 $6

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Three-Course Indian Dinner for Two or Four at Citrus Indian Fusion (Up to 38% Off). Groupon Reservation Required.

Citrus Indian Fusion

Dublin

Beyond yellow brick façade & twinkling string lights, skilled chefs whip up tandoor-cooked fish & lamb, zesty masala & oven-baked bread

$39.94 $26

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North Indian Cuisine for Dinner at Khana Peena Indian Cuisine (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Khana Peena Indian Cuisine

Rockridge

Samosas, pakoras, or tandoori meat appetizers preface a wide variety of vegetarian, chicken, lamb, and seafood curries and sizzling platters

$40 $20

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Indian and Pakistani Food for Dine-In or Takeout from Lava Indian & Pakistani Bistro (35% Off)

Lava Indian & Pakistani Bistro

San Francisco

Varied menu of Pakistani and Indian specialties, featuring a wide array of vegetarian options such as paneer tikka masala and aloo ghobi

$20 $13

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$27 for $60 Worth of Indian and Pakistani Cuisine for Six or More at Naan -N- Curry

Naan-N-Curry

Downtown

Chefs enlist clay oven to cook authentic Indian & Pakistani lamb, chicken & seafood dishes & six types of naan bread in colorful eatery

$60 $27

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Indian and Nepalese Food for Dine-In or Takeout at Everest Cafe (Up to 44% Off)

Everest Cafe

Berkeley Hills

Indian and Nepalese curries with goat, lamb, and chicken alongside vegan options

$20 $12

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$20 for $40 Worth of North Indian Food at Khana Peena

Khana Peena

Berkeley Hills

A menu of North Indian cuisine covers samosas, tandoor-cooked meats, and seafood dishes such as lobster-papaya curry

$40 $20

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$11 for $20 Worth of Nepalese and Indian Cuisine for Dine-In or Carryout at Taste of the Himalayas

Taste of the Himalayas

North Berkeley

Nepalese and Indian dishes such as house-made cheese simmered in curry sauce, chicken tandoori, and salmon in a piquant vindaloo sauce

$20 $11

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North Indian Food at Mehak Indian Cuisine (Up to 49% Off). Two Options Available.

Mehak Indian Cuisine

Berkeley

North Indian curry dishes, meats, and seafood cooked in clay oven and fresh-baked naan bread top white tablecloths amid burgundy accents

$24 $14

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$12 for $20 Worth of Organic Sri Lankan Fare and Drinks at Pearl of the Ocean

Pearl of the Ocean

Eastside

Menus for vegans, vegetarians, meat and seafood eaters, with locally sourced organic ingredients, spices in curries, and exotic drinks

$20 $12

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$14 for $30 Worth of Indian Cuisine at Bombay Clay Pit

Bombay Clay Pit

Brentwood

Traditional Indian dishes such a lamb vindaloo, boti kebab, and garlic naan

$30 $14

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$25 for $40 Worth of Indian Cuisine at Taj of Marin

Taj of Marin

San Rafael

Menu of authentic Indian cuisine includes many vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options; antibiotic- and hormone-free chicken and lamb

$40 $25

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Every day, the aroma of smoky spices wafts from the imported, wood-fired tandoor ovens at Tandoori Oven’s locations. To a soundtrack of upbeat techno, reggae, and bhangra music imported from UK clubs, servers deliver plates of lamb biryani loaded with basmati rice, bell peppers, cashews, and secret spices alongside mango lassis blended with housemade yogurt. The healthful signature wrap is stuffed with chicken or lamb that’s been marinated for 24 hours in yogurt and spices and then baked in the tandoor oven and wrapped in soft naan with mint chutney and tamarind. Local athletes dine at Tandoori Oven, a sponsor of the TRIbe Triathlon Club, after workouts for meals made to order with lean meats and served in participation trophies.

365 N California Ave
Palo Alto,
CA
US

Mantra's menu infuses modern Indian cuisine with fresh California influences and a bounty of vegetarian fare, resulting in a cast of familiar favorites alongside newfangled flavors. Start with a small plate of scallops marinated in peppercorn and fennel ($12), the vegetarian grape-leaf-wrapped goat cheese ($8), or, for a bright beginning, the cinnamon-stick lamb "lollipops" ($10). Classics such as the chicken tikka masala ($17) take their esteemed place among original entree creations including the chili-marinated pan-roasted sablefish ($22), served over tomato-basil biryani, asparagus, and mozzarella and drizzled with a cardamom and peanut-infused red-curry sauce, or the Rajasthani duck ($22), rubbed with red chili and served with braised Napa cabbage and shiitake mushrooms. The cinnamon-and-clove-marinated lamb chops "Vinhaleaux" ($22) reforms renegade shepherds, while the paneer "ravioli" ($19), which folds cauliflower, paneer, and cumin into a puff-pastry envelope, pleases vegetarians.

632 Emerson St
Palo Alto,
CA
US

From the blossoming petals of Indian champa flowers comes an entire external hard-drive of cooking secrets that pack concentrated flavor and ebullient grace into modern Indian dishes. Gayot calls Junnoon one of San Francisco's 10 best Indian restaurants for its commitment to a dining experience surrounded by the warmly elegant ambience of terra-cotta walls, subtle ornamentations, and zero polterghosts. Junnoon's full menu of savory dishes invites soupspoons to bowls of cauliflower and ginger soup ($6) while diners clutch Darjeeling steamed wontons to their hearts before tearing open the pillowy dumplings of pork, green chilies, and garlic chili chutney ($8). Junnoon presents a medley of small-plate meals, featuring minty lamb kebab rolls ($10) alongside hearty entrees like Tamil chicken (sautéed with coconut, onions, curry leaves, coriander, and turmeric, $19) and sesame-crusted tofu with kokum sauce ($15).

150 University Ave
Palo Alto,
CA
US

The chefs at Tava Indian Kitchen know that traditional South Asian cuisine is built upon the artful weaving of complex flavors. At Tava, they invite each of their customers to try their hand at making their own edible masterpiece. Guests customize their meals from start to finish as they shuffle through each step of the ordering process. The kitchen crew can roll tandoori-marinated chicken or slow-roasted grass-fed lamb into a whole-wheat burroti—Tava’s answer to the Mexican burrito and American pillowcases—or toss paneer, made from Indian farmers’ cheese and vegetables, into a salad or rice bowl. Next, feasters choose their sauce; simmering with tomatoes and Indian spices, tikka is light and creamy, while daal, made from lentils, has a more savory finish. Five types of chutney, ranging from mild to “lava” hot, add a spicy kick, easily extinguished by a glass of chai tea or mango lassi.

855 El Camino Real
Palo Alto,
CA
US

At Little India Restaurant, authenticity permeates the food, art, and music. Owned by the Baidwan and Malhotra families and staffed with northern India–trained chefs, the restaurant is a multiyear winner of numerous prizes, including CityVoter's award for Best Indian cuisine. Chefs grill meats over mesquite charcoal in the tandoori oven, and season curries with onion, garlic, and ginger. Handcrafted mint-cilantro and tamarind chutneys create opportunities for 11 types of bread to sneak toward unsuspecting droplets of spice-filled sauce, whereas potatoes soften the heat quotient of fiery vindaloos. Within the dining room, calming sitar music fills the air and larger-than-life paintings of food-based revelry decorate the walls and come to life at tables.

917 Main St
Redwood City,
CA
US

Taking diners on a journey through the regions of India, the artisan cuisine at The Menu runs the culinary gamut from sizzling tandoori chicken to fluffy naan, each dish composed of fresh, organic, and healthful ingredients. Puffy samosas and crispy kale pakoda are lightly fried in grape-seed oil, while curries are prepared with almonds and other nuts to create a rich, creamy consistency free from the fattiness of cream. These cooking practices are part of The Menu’s commitment to promoting organic food and healthy sustainable living as an active member of the organic movement. In addition to earth-friendly food, part of The Menu’s mission is to be a positive and hands-on member of their community and support local schools and charities through fundraising and nutritional food dives.

Spanning 10,000 square feet, The Menu's interior includes a dining room, wine bar, full stage, and private banquette hall for up to 150 people. On Thursday evenings, the sounds of live jazz fill the expansive space, delighting guests and the hot-air-balloon pilots who transported them there.

2700 W El Camino Real
Mountain View,
CA
US