Indian Restaurants in Hunt Valley

$16.50 for $30 Worth of Indian and Nepalese Dinner Cuisine for Two at Lumbini Restaurant

Lumbini Restaurant

Downtown

Charcoal-roasted chicken, tandoor-barbecued lamb, and baked eggplant simmer in sauces and Himalayan spices

$30 $16.50

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$16 for $30 Worth of Indian Dinner Cuisine for Two at India Garden Fine Dining Restaurant

India Garden Fine Dining Restaurant

Bel Air South

Traditional clay oven helps prepare Indian specialties such as tiger prawns, lamb chops, and roasted eggplant seasoned with bold spices

$30 $16

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$15 for $30 Worth of Indian Food at Sizzling Bombay in Bel Air

Sizzling Bombay

Bel Air South

Traditional Indian kebabs & tandoori dishes with chicken, lamb, seafood & veggies

$30 $15

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$20 for $40 Worth of Indian Cuisine and Drinks for Dinner at India's

India's

Annapolis

Kumar family serves up dishes of chicken tandoori, black-lentil dal, naan, and lamb stew, fragrant with fenugreek, cumin, and ginger

$40 $20

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Sample Indian Street Food Custom-Made By a Cooking Instructor

Indian Street-Food Experience

Gaithersburg

Sandhya custom-makes four savory Indian snacks while recreating the social atmosphere of a street-corner stall

$45 $45

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$22 for $40 Worth of Indian Food and Drinks at Tandoori Nights

Tandoori Nights

Multiple Locations

Clay ovens prepare marinated boneless chicken breast, curry coats cubed goat and veggies, and biryani dishes top tables inside modern eatery

$40 $22

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$15 for $30 Worth of Dinner and Drinks at India Palace Bar & Tandoor

India Palace Bar & Tandoor

Germantown

Tandoor chicken, biryani rice, goat and lamb curries, and paneer simmering in a flavorful spinach blend

$30 $15

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Indian Cuisine at Delhi6 (45% Off)

Delhi6

Ballenger Creek

Restaurant inspired by a region of India renowned for its authentic cuisine features Indian-inspired decor and a warm, rich ambiance

$20 $11

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The chefs at India Palace embrace traditional Indian recipes and cooking techniques, customizing the spice of each entree to meet diners’ preferences. In the kitchen, an imported tandoor uses smoldering mesquite charcoal to raise temperatures within its clay walls up to 550 degrees, roasting marinated servings of chicken, lamb, or shrimp as thoroughly as a deep-fryer full of magma. For their vegetarian options, the chefs can toss vegetables with house-made cottage cheese or aromatic basmati rice.

According to Patch, India Palace also features a small market next door to the restaurant, which emphasizes fresh produce, assorted varieties of rice, and traditional spices from India and South Asia.

35 Cranbrook Rd
Cockeysville,
MD
US

There is more to chef Mohammad Rahman’s menu than the staples that diners have come to expect from an Indian restaurant, although crowd favorites do have reserved places. Rahman and his wife, Salma Khanam—who is the restaurant’s maitre d’—incorporate flavors from their homeland of Bangladesh, including fish fry combos and shak bhaji (made with custom-spiced spinach). Halal meats such as fish, lamb, goat, and chicken star in rich curry dishes, nicely accompanied by warm naan fresh from the tandoor oven. The eatery's lunch buffet pits stomachs against a bounty of dishes, piled high with delectables to reward diners who wore their nicest stilettos. Kitchen of India’s environment is warm and romantic, with white tablecloths serving as elegant yet neutral complements to colorful paintings and carved sculptures.

1842 E Joppa Rd
Parkville,
MD
US

Every morning at Bombay Nights, chef Neel Kamal and his staff grind and prepare fresh spices flown in on microscopic planes from India. These ingredients add a flavorful accent to the restaurant's North Indian cuisine, and can be adjusted to your preferred heat level. The menu pulls off the classics with aplomb, including garlic-topped naan baked in-house and creamy chicken tikka masala. But adventurous visitors can also dive into lesser-known creations such as the fish goani, a dish loaded with cubes of salmon in a coconut-flavored sauce.

5007 Honeygo Center Dr
Perry Hall,
MD
US

You could say that Shamim and Riffat Rana are passionate about Asian cuisine. So passionate, in fact, that they have overcome great odds to become—and remain—a local go-to dining establishment. The duo founded the original O's Place in Woodlawn in 2002, growing their cozy eatery through hard work, dedication, and support from the community. By 2005, their success necessitated a move to a larger space on Security Boulevard. But three years later, it looked as though their good fortune might come to an end: that’s when the thriving eatery burned down in an electrical fire.

Somehow, Shamim and Riffat never lost hope. Instead, they found a new culinary home on the second floor of Seoul Plaza, where patrons now sit in the food court outside or within the eatery’s charming dining room decorated with Asian-inspired artwork and flowers. Using the same culinary formula that gained the restaurant its initial popularity, the family-friendly eatery boasts a large assortment of Chinese and South Asian buffet dishes, kept warm and working on their tans under heat lamps. For specific cravings, diners may also order from lunch and dinner menus full of Pakistani and Indian specialties, including tandoori chicken and beef nihari.

6901 Security Blvd
Windsor Mill,
MD
US

In Nepal, the sprawling summits and snowcapped peaks of the Himalayas backdrop Lumbini, one of four main Buddhist pilgrimage sites. In Baltimore, simmering curries and spice-laden sauces permeate the atmosphere at Lumbini Restaurant. This bouquet of savory scents dances over crisp white tabletops and drifts to the edges of an elegant dining room, which deepens with the broad landscape mural that guides glances along an outer wall.

Creamy or spicy sauces daub charcoal-roasted chicken, tandoor-barbecued lamb, or stir-fried jumbo shrimp. Veggie entrees blend the same rich sauces over pumpkin, baked eggplant, chickpeas, or house-made cheese. With each meal, diners dig in with classic copper utensils and cover laps with maroon napkins. For parties and events, a private floor accommodates groups celebrating a birthday, an anniversary, or the successful forging of a college degree.

322 N Charles St.
Baltimore,
MD
US

At Dancing Ganesha, a comfortable, modern atmosphere and breeze patio complement a varied menu of traditional Indian cuisine, including tandoori chicken and paper-thin dosa crêpes. Exotically spiced plates, such as lamb vindaloo and saag paneer, arrive at polished wooden tables, which are illuminated by the restaurant's elegant built-in ceiling lights and elephants holding candles with their trunks. Dancing Ganesha also holds its “karma” happy hour from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. daily, during which diners can order $5 appetizers, $2 tap drinks, and half off anything else at the bar.

1100 Harmon Pl
Minneapolis,
MN
US