Hungry? Get ready to lick your plate clean at Grill of India in Flint.
Eating right doesn't have to be hard. Head to Grill of India for a healthy or gluten-free meal.
Grill of India is great for families with kids.
Catering is also available if you'd like to serve Grill of India's tasty dishes at your next party.
For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your grub to go.
Prices tend towards the moderate side, with the average tab at Grill of India running under $30 per person.
You can stop by at almost any time, since Grill of India offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Wash down curry with some cold lassi at Kabob N Curry House — this Indian eatery is a must-try in Saginaw's Saginaw district.
Kabob N Curry House will keep those with dietary needs happy with a menu filled with gluten-free and low-fat items.
Little ones are just as welcome as their parents at Kabob N Curry House.
Getting your food to go is also an option.
Travel by bike to Kabob N Curry House and store your bike at a nearby rack.
Prices at Kabob N Curry House typically stay below the $30 mark, so you can afford to bring along a friend or a date.
The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but it's the dinner menu that really draws the crowds.
What look like kaleidoscope cross-sections on the walls of Rangoli Indian Cuisine are actually examples of a generations-old folk art. Rangoli is an Indian tradition, and consists of decorating courtyards, houses, and places of worship with these flowering patterns. The Rangoli paintings here are by famed Indian artist Dr. Dinesh Sharma, and they showcase several types of intricate designs.
The artwork is a perfect complement to the food, which is just as authentic and detailed. The lengthy menu features signature entrees such as mint- and papaya-rubbed racks of lamb, and clay oven-roasted butter chicken. At the full-service Auburn Hills location, diners can also take advantage of a lunch buffet every day of the week. Aspiring chefs can even turn to Rangoli for cooking classes, instead of staying home and testing their dishes on mannequin focus groups.
The chefs at Mirchi Indian Cuisine pull sizzling meats from their tandoor clay oven, ladle up simmered servings of flavorful curries, and fold veggies into doses with South Indian spices. They serve up platters of rice biryani in the Hyderabad style and dragon boats full of noodles in the Indo-Chinese style. Domestic and Indian beers wash down mild and spicy bites and authentic Indian desserts seal the meal.
Named Best of Detroit 2014, Priya Indian Cuisine serves a vast menu of dishes crafted from beloved recipes from across India. Skilled chefs prepare each signature regional dish according to centuries-long traditions, showcasing the smoky, tandoor-cooked meats and unleavened breads of Northern Indian tradition as well as Southern India?s distinctive blends of spices and flavorful sauces. The culinary crew can also be found fueling the kebab-filled clay tandoor oven with charcoal and wood or whipping up rice-based pulaos and biryanis native to the southern city of Hyderabad. To complement the meat-focused dishes, the chefs forge a variety of meatless dishes featuring fresh, housemade paneer to sate the appetites of vegetarians. Eaters can chow down amid the regal dining room?s rich-purple linens, palm trees, and Indian statues or break bread.
Chef Das gladly carries on the tradition of crafting fine food and sharing trade secrets with an accessible teaching-style. Students of her classes gain a greater understanding of the culinary traditions that infuse the Indian subcontinent, from making paneer masala with freshly-pressed cheeses to comprehending the difference between currying favor and favoring curry.