Indian Restaurants in Elmwood Park


$15 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Vegetarian Indian Food at Masala Kraft Cafe ($30 Total Value)

Masala Kraft Cafe

Masala Kraft Cafe

Vegetarian Indian food, all made from-scratch, includes crispy dosas lined with spicy mashed potatoes, falafel, and sandwiches

$10 $5

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Indian Meal for Two or Four at Blue Lotus (Up to 50% Off)

Blue Lotus - Fort Lee

Blue Lotus - Fort Lee

Regional Indian specialties include tandoori chicken and shrimp, tamarind-eggplant chaat, and chili-spiced paneer

$56 $33

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$75 for a Three-Course Meal at Michelin-Starred Tulsi ($119 Value). Reservation Through Groupon Required.

Tulsi

Tulsi

Michelin-starred restaurant founded by “the Yo-Yo Ma of the tandoor” serves up authentic but sophisticated Indian cuisine

$119 $75

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$29 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 $29

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Dine-In or Take-Out Indian Cuisine at Maharaja Palace (Up to 50% Off)

Maharaja Palace

Maharaja Palace

Spicy vegetarian dishes share plate space with slow-fired entrees kissed with cilantro, mint, or curry

$40 $20

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Indian Food at Mint Restaurant & Lounge (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Mint Restaurant & Lounge

Mint Restaurant & Lounge

Chefs use mint as a spice in tandoori meats and chutneys, which join entrees such as mattar paneer and lamb vindaloo

$80 $40

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Indian Meal for Two or Four at Blue Lotus (Up to 50%Off)

Blue Lotus

Blue Lotus

Variety of Indian dishes, including biryanis from Hyderabad and chaats from Mumbai, plus Indo-Chinese dishes, including gobi Manchurian

$56 $33

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Indian Dinner for Two with Appetizer and Desserts at Namaste (Up to 63% Off)

Namaste

Namaste

Tandoors bake skewers of chicken and shrimp; curries add spice to authentic dishes

$66.75 $25

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Indian Dinner for Two or Four at Karavalli Regional Cuisine of India (Up to 51% Off)

Karavalli Regional Cuisine of India

Karavalli Regional Cuisine of India

Freshly baked naan pairs with authentic curries, tandoori dishes, and specialties made from lamb, seafood, and vegetables

$56 $33

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Up to 29% Off Indian Cuisine — Copper Chimney- NY; Valid Sunday - Thursday 5 PM - 10:30 PM

Copper Chimney

New York City

Contemporary Indian fare such as samosas, kebabs & tandoori dishes with savory seasoned vegetables & halal meats in sleek dining room

$35 $25

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Indian Meals for Two or Four at Saffron Indian Cuisine (Up to 60% Off)

Saffron Indian Cuisine

Saffron Indian Cuisine New York

Battered pakoras and puffed-rice apps with wine and main plates of veggie korma, lamb biryani, and tandoori chicken

$51.85 $21

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Three-Course Dinner with Appetizers, Desserts, and Wine for Two or Four at Indigo Indian Bistro (Up to 59% Off)

Indigo Indian Bistro

Indigo Indian Bistro

Traditional Indian cuisine includes chicken kurma in a saffron-almond sauce as well as fish curry with peppered-tomato broth

$55 $25

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Indian Cuisine for Two at Apna Masala Indian Cuisine (50% Off)

Apna Masala Indian Cuisine

Apna Masala Indian Cuisine

Menu includes rosemary naan, shrimp biryani, chicken tikka masala, sea scallop curry, lamb vindaloo, tandoori prawns, and beef tikka rolls

$30 $15

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  • Bhoj Indian Food
    BHOJ Indian Restaurant presents a bounty of dishes from across India, including tandoor-baked meats and a wide selection of vegetarian curries and biryanis. Chefs stuff crispy lamb samosa appetizers with spiced ground lamb and green peas, and their papri chaat’s spicy beans and chopped onions come with a selection of chutneys. The egg curry entrée flaunts hard-boiled eggs cooked in a mild herb-and-curry sauce, and the tandoor-marinated shrimp sizzles after a session in the traditional clay oven. The kitchen’s dedication to healthy dining is reflected in their decision to cook with cholesterol-free corn oil, as well as in their vegetarian dishes such as chana masala: chickpeas cooked North Indian–style with herbs and spices. The dining room’s décor reflects the bold simplicity of the Indian flag, with bright green accents peaking out from beneath crisp, white tablecloths. An orange buffet stands before a green wall, which strikes against the three remaining white walls and their colorful, yet sparse paintings.
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    430 Market St
    Elmwood Park, NJ US
  • Mantra Paramus
    Though Mantra Head Chef Purvesh Patel is known for his creative takes on Indian cuisine—including chaat, or snack food, garnished with tender lobster meat—his careful, French-inspired cooking also leaves its mark on the menu’s traditional entrees. "Each ingredient seemed to have bathed for just the right number of hours in its yogurt marinade; each was precisely cooked; and each carried a heady overtone of spices," a New York Times food writer recalled of a tandoori dish in 2008. In contrast to these subtle flavors, Mantra’s presentation often has theatrical flair; chefs chop chaat dishes tableside and set a banana flambé dessert ablaze with rum. Both locations’ sleek dining rooms also go for drama with bold, modern decor. In Jersey City, red accents simmer against warm-toned walls. Next to the Paramus spot's mosaic-tiled bar, live flames dance on the low wall between the dining room and lounge, upping the “amazement factor” for Cody Kendall of the Star-Ledger.
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    275 E, Rt 4 (Westbound)
    Paramus, NJ US
  • Tandoori Chef
    Tandoori Chef's tangerine walls and vibrant paintings warm diners ensconced at red-linen-topped tables, where they await steaming platters of the aromatic Indian cuisine from the bustling kitchen. Inside, chefs whip up a diverse repertoire of Northern Indian curry, tandoori, and rice dishes brimming with spice-laden veggies, chicken, shrimp, and lamb. A private dining area fills up to 30 bellies, and catering services bring the kitchen's nourishing warmth to party-goers or ravenous sasquatches grown too tall to fit through the front door.
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    258 Main St
    Hackensack, NJ US
  • NEW DELHI PALACE
    The chefs at New Delhi Palace prepare authentic Indian dishes with the help of their kitchen's clay oven. In it, they roast marinated meats and spiced seafood and bake breads such as naan, roti, and lachha paratha. Those who prefer to feast upon veggies will find many meatless dishes, including chickpea masala and Goan vegetable curry. Rice briyanis round out the menu and can double as edible confetti at birthday dinners.
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    108 S State St.
    Hackensack, NJ US
  • Gateway of India Cuisine
    Gateway of India's authentic ambiance houses fragrant aromas from a wide selection of classic Indian cuisine. Tantalizing appetizers such as the vegetable pakora summon appetites with veggies battered in lightly seasoned lentil flour, and the kebab sampler dispenses spears of chicken, lamb, and fish—provided they're not touring as an alternative-country trio. Delicious flats of naan bread sop up sauces and act as makeshift bibs bursting with flavors of garlic, coconut and cherries, or unleavened whole-wheat grains. Gnaw on entrees such as the lamb korma—decadent pieces of spiced lamb swimming in onion, cashew, and almond cream sauce—or nibble the palak paneer, a dish of homemade Indian cheese and spinach. A selection of classic dishes such as chicken tikka masala and goat biryani with rice challenge exotic combinations such as lobster curry to freestyle Bollywood dance-offs.
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    299 Queen Anne Rd
    Teaneck, NJ US
  • Brick Lane Curry House
    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 meal. That's because the curry is made with 10 intensely incendiary ingredients?including the infamous ghost chili pepper?making it the "spiciest curry 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, as demonstrated by Adam Richman, the host of Man vs. Food on the Travel Channel. Despite this high-profile 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.
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    34 Franklin Ave.
    Ridgewood, NJ US

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