At Bombay Sizzler Pub & Grill, cooks pump out delicious smells that tickle patrons’ appetites and pile plates with savory Indian and pan-Asian dishes. The varied menu throws taste buds culinary curveballs in the form of entrees that integrate a menagerie of meats, from curried mutton in tomato-onion gravy to pomfret fish with ginger, garlic, and lime juice. Meat-free eaters might avail themselves of the dahl tadka, a serving of yellow lentils with onion, tomato, and cumin, or the okra masala fried with onion.
The cooks at Amruth Indian Kitchen embrace pan-regional Indian flavors in dishes made exclusively with halal meats. A clay tandoor oven bakes fragrant naan and roasts skewers of yogurt-marinated meats, which then top tables illuminated by pendant lamps. The lunch and dinner buffet lining the restaurant's back wall typically brims with more than 30 choices, and features a spread of vegetarian-only entrees on Thursday evenings. Although Amruth Indian Kitchen doesn't serve alcohol, they do invite diners to bring a bottle of wine from home or squeeze their own by filling a pant pocket with grapes.
India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan—Basmati Grill's spices and culinary traditions hail from these and other far-flung locales, landing on plates in the form of kebabs, seafood, and curries. Vegetarians have a sprawling selection of fare to choose from, but others will find goat, lamb, and fish on the menu. You can wake up on Sunday morning with a brunch buffet of traditional breakfasts and lunches, and drop by on Friday nights for the Bangladeshi buffet. There's no corkage fee for the bottles guests bring from home, so it's easy for diners to drink their favorite wine or beer.
Qarni Indo-Pak Grill's menu woos diners with a bevy of alluring flavors from around the globe, representing culinary traditions of India, Pakistan, Italy, China, and Mexico. Deep-sea dive into more than 50 á la carte items with the aaloo cutlass, two lightly fried potato patties with herbs and spices ($1.99), or the chicken lollypop, a quartet of deep-fried chicken drumsticks marinated in spices ($4.99). Skewer meat cravings with the tender beef bihari kebab ($8.99), or heat up a hypothermic appetite with spicy achar gosht, a mutton curry boasting roasted pepper, hot pickles, and a working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop ($8.99). Veggievores can try out the palak paneer, tender pieces of fresh cheese roasted with fresh herbs and spinach ($7.99), or karhi, lentil patties served with spicy yogurt sauce ($6.99). Dictate an engaging dinner epilogue of kheer, a spiced rice pudding with nuts ($3.99), or halwa, grated carrots or squash in reduced milk and nuts ($4.99). A weekday lunch buffet ($7.99) allows indecisive eaters to compulsively adorn their plates with an array of multifaceted, multicolored nibbles, much like a lovesick bowerbird.
Located at the DFW Airport Hotel & Conference Center Irving, Junoon Grill serves serves casual Indian/Pakistani, range from Chicken, Beef & goat curries and vegetarian entrees. We use 100% Zabiha Halal Meat. For drinks, the chefs prepare bubbling glasses of masala and ginger chai as well as lassi.