Indian Restaurants in Hanover Park


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  • Lazzat Restaurant
    For some serious spice, grab a table at Lazzat Restaurant for a taste of Indian cooking. It s easy to find fare you love at Lazzat Restaurant, though fat levels are anything but low. At Lazzat Restaurant, you can dine with your immediate family and your extended family due to the easy seating for large parties. Whether it's just you and a date or you're bringing the whole gang, it's best to call ahead and make a reservation. Lazzat Restaurant offers an informal dining experience for those who are allergic to jackets and ties. Love the food so much you want to serve it at your next soiree? No problem — Lazzat Restaurant offers catering. Don't spend time searching for parking — diners are welcome to use the adjoining lot. Prices are affordable, with a typical meal running under $30.
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    1117 East Ave
    Streamwood, IL US
  • Cool Mirchi
    Season your day with some Indian spice — Cool Mirchi serves top-notch Indian-style cuisine. There are no low-fat options here, though, so save a few extra calories for your next visit. Grab the kids when you head to Cool Mirchi — its family-oriented menu and ambience all perfect for the whole clan. Cool Mirchi has a large dining room, making it easy to seat large parties. Hosting a swanky shindig? Call up Cool Mirchi for their catering services. Cool Mirchi offers convenient carry out and delivery, so diners aren't limited to the restaurant space. Cool Mirchi offers free parking just steps away from the door. The menu at Cool Mirchi is reasonably priced, with most items costing less than $30.
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    814 E Nerge Rd
    Roselle, IL US
  • India House Restaurant Chicago
    The epicurean alchemists at India House, winner of Chicago magazine's Best Indian Buffet designation, draw inspiration from many places: the cuisine of Bombay and Delhi, Indian street fare, and homestyle tandoori cooking. The menu's more than 250 items please vegetarian and meat-eating palates alike with curries and kebabs that use the flavors of fresh cilantro, chilies, and coconut. A reviewer for the Chicago Tribune praises the restaurant?s ?incredibly tender tandoori chicken,? and Chicago magazine says the fiery "Hyderabadi-style mahi-mahi ? is a must." Midday lunchers can dig into a buffet whose myriad options make it difficult to decide which delicious curries should be ladled over naan and rice.
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    721 W Golf Rd
    Hoffman Estates, IL US
  • Udupi Palace Restaurant
    For a decade, the chefs at Udupi Palace have guided guests through the Desi culinary waters with vegetarian and meat dishes from the vast regions of India. Their uthappams, a lentil-and-rice pancake served with a traditional lentil soup and coconut chutney, and their more than 10 kinds of dosai, a southern-Indian crepe, let tongues savor the country’s herbs and spices. The chefs also season tandoori kebabs with garlic or ginger for patrons who lounge amid potted palms and count the grains of basmati rice in a biryani dish to ensure there’s an odd number.
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    730 E Schaumburg Rd
    Schaumburg, IL US
  • Raj Palace
    At Raj Palace, executive chef Sunder Singh Chauhan crafts a comprehensive selection of Indian cuisine designed to appease appetites of all degrees and dietary preferences. The paneer pakora— deep-fried homemade cheese ($5.50)—and the shami kabab—lamb with split chickpeas ($6)—serve as savory stepping stones to a flavorful feast. Answer carnivorous calls with the chicken methi malai, boneless chicken cooked with fenugreek and malai sauce ($12.95), or allocate precious stomach space to the medley of cauliflower, potatoes, tomatoes, ginger, and garlic residing on the plate known as aloo gobhi ($10.95).
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    855 E Schaumburg Rd
    Schaumburg, IL US
  • Dakshin Indian Cuisine
    Dakshin Indian Cuisine's creative chefs blend southern-Indian spices with Chinese flavors, crafting a menu of artful eats with elegant tastes. Dakshin means "south" in Sanskrit, and the southern starters shine, with the traditional Rasam soup ($2.99,) chock-full of tamarind, lentil, and piquant spices, great for warming up stomachs and filling pockets with a snack for later. Thin, lentil crêpes, or dosas, hail from the south and come smothered with cooked minced meat in the keema dosa ($9.99) or potato and onion in the masala dosa ($6.99). Chinese influences seep through the sauce of the szechwan chicken hakka noodles ($9.99), covered in julienned vegetables and sprinkled with secret messages in Mandarin.
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    1135 North Salem Drive
    Schaumburg, IL US
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