Indian Restaurants in Larkspur

$27 for $60 Worth of Indian and Pakistani Cuisine for Six or More at Naan -N- Curry

Naan-N-Curry

Downtown

Chefs enlist clay oven to cook authentic Indian & Pakistani lamb, chicken & seafood dishes & six types of naan bread in colorful eatery

$60 $27

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Pakistani and Indian Meal for Two or Four at Raavi Pakistani Indian Cuisine (Up to 34% Off)

Raavi Pakistani Indian Cuisine

Financial District

Curries made with halal lamb, prawns cooked Punjabi style, and homemade cheese

$30.98 $21

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Indian Food and Drinks at Mint Leaf (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Mint Leaf

North Berkeley

Traditional Northern Indian dishes made with organic produce, free-range meats, and artisan spices handpicked in India

$30 $16

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$20 for $40 Worth of North Indian Food at Khana Peena

Khana Peena

Berkeley Hills

A menu of North Indian cuisine covers samosas, tandoor-cooked meats, and seafood dishes such as lobster-papaya curry

$40 $20

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$11 for $20 Worth of Nepalese and Indian Cuisine for Dine-In or Carryout at Taste of the Himalayas

Taste of the Himalayas

North Berkeley

Nepalese and Indian dishes such as house-made cheese simmered in curry sauce, chicken tandoori, and salmon in a piquant vindaloo sauce

$20 $11

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North Indian Food at Mehak Indian Cuisine (Up to 49% Off). Two Options Available.

Mehak Indian Cuisine

Berkeley

North Indian curry dishes, meats, and seafood cooked in clay oven and fresh-baked naan bread top white tablecloths amid burgundy accents

$24 $14

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Lunch Buffet for Two or $11 for $20 Worth of Indian Food for Dinner at Tandoori Paradise

Tandoori Paradise

Hayward

Steaming plates of channa masala with garbanzo beans and lamb boti kebabs pair with baskets of assorted naans and rotis

$22 $10.99

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Indian Food at The Ultimate Lounge (60% Off). Two Options Available.

The Ultimate Lounge

Hayward

A futuristic bar and lounge serves as the setting for Indian eats like tandoori chicken, samosas, pakora, and lamb biryani

$30 $13

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Three-Course Indian Dinner for Two or Four at Citrus Indian Fusion (Up to 43% Off). Groupon Reservation Required.

Citrus Indian Fusion

Dublin

Beyond yellow brick façade & twinkling string lights, skilled chefs whip up tandoor-cooked fish & lamb, zesty masala & oven-baked bread

$39.94 $24

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$11 for $20 Worth of Lunch or an Indian Dinner for Two at Arka

Arka

Multiple Locations

Eatery infuses traditional Indian flavors into innovative dishes and regional specialties

$20 $11

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Indian Cuisine for Two or Four at Clay Oven Grill & Bar (Up to 40% Off)

Clay Oven Grill & Bar

Vacaville

Spiced dishes such as racks of lamb and marinated salmon cooked inside the heated clay depths of a clay tandoor oven

$25 $15

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Organic Indian Cuisine and Drinks at The Menu (55% Off). Two Options Available.

The Menu

Indian Cuisine

Extensive menu of healthily prepared Indian dishes made with fresh, organic ingredients spans the country's regions

$40 $18

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Indian Cuisine at Shalimar Restaurant (Up to 40% Off)

Shalimar Restaurant

Sunnyvale

Cooks fire Mughlai BBQ in charcoal clay ovens and combine Halal meat with fresh organic vegetables

$30 $18

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Indian Dinner Cuisine at Aasna, Melange of India (Up to 42% Off). Two Options Available.

Aasna, Melange of India

Milpitas

Shyam Khanal's eatery serves Indian cuisine divided into meat- and vegetable-based dishes

$36 $22

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$5 for $10 Groupon — Radhe Chaat

Radhe Chaat

Santa Clara

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$10 $5

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Indian and Nepali Cuisine for Two or Four at Kathmandu Kitchen (40% Off)

Kathmandu Kitchen

Kathamandu Kitchen Davis

Authentic dishes such as free-range tandoori chicken, lamb in a cashew-based curry sauce, and housemade cheese with fresh spinach

$20 $12

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For the Singh family, Taj of Marin serves as a medium for sharing authentic Indian food with the community, including specialties from both the north and the south. Diners pull ornate chairs up to tables, where they peruse a menu of dishes that are as traditional as the decor, lit by chandeliers suspended overhead without the use of hexes. Chicken and lamb free of hormones and antibiotics take starring roles in many of the flavorful entrees, such as chicken tikka masala with a creamy tomato sauce, or an exotic lamb curry. Many others are vegetarian, gluten-free, or vegan, such as the vegan bhindi masala made with fresh okra, ginger, and garlic, the vegetarian palak paneer with fresh spinach spiced cottage cheese, and the gluten-free naan. On some evenings, live music floats through the air, competing with spicy aromas for guests' full attention.

909 4th St.
San Rafael,
CA
US

The Himalayan range is home to some of the planet's highest peaks, in terms of both mountains and culinary achievements. Indeed, Mount Everest is an impressive thing to look upon, but it hardly makes the belly grumble like the spicy aromas of a curry or tandoori dish. Taste of the Himalayas brings some of Asia's most unique cuisines to Sausalito, combining influences from Tibet, India, Nepal, and Bhutan into a menu that highlights those regions' most interesting flavors. The curries here are as piquant as they are popular, but don't miss out on the momo. It's something of a specialty, with savory dumplings of lamb or free-range chicken in a chilled tomato chutney.

2633 Bridgeway
Sausalito,
CA
US

Chef Anil Shahu draws upon 11 years of culinary experience as he seeks out seasonal ingredients and locally grown produce for his menu of hearty Indian cuisine. Although Anil mainly creates chicken and lamb entrees with aromatic blends of saffron, paprika, and cilantro, Novato Patch focused on the eatery's maritime offerings, claiming, "what sets Batika apart is a nice array of seafood dishes, especially dishes from Kerala, the garden state of India." These entrees include tiger shrimp with lemon pepper, salmon in coconut gravy, and fiery scallops saut?ed with tomatoes, all made with the freshest finds from area's farmers' and merfarmers' markets.

The dining room's mottled walls sport woven clothing, fabric patches, and a line of framed mirrors, echoing the rustic flavors of the cuisine. Dangling pendant lamps and an elegant chandelier help to brighten up the room's burgundy-and-burnished-gold color scheme.

868 Grant Ave
Novato,
CA
US

The key to making chef Hardip Singh’s northern Indian cuisine, like the key to backflipping a marathon, is preparation. He and his staff at Anokha Cuisine of India grease their pans with canola or olive oil only, buy organic ingredients when possible, and blend their spices by hand. All that prep pays off. The menu features flavorful versions of prawn curry in tomato-onion gravy, lamb vindaloo with blazing-hot spices, and chicken tikka masala in a mild cream sauce.

811 Grant Ave
Novato,
CA
US

Five Things to Know about Dosa

Doling out an extensive selection of Indian cuisine, Dosa’s most impressive traits are tucked away in the details. Here’s what to keep in mind when you visit.

  • Dosa is more than just a name. It’s also a crepe-like culinary delicacy from Southern India made with rice and lentils. The menu here features more than 10 varieties stuffed with everything from sweet potatoes to cage-free eggs.
  • Ingredients are important. The dishes here may have originated in a faraway place, but the ingredients are primarily local, organic, and sustainable.
  • Wine is important, too. Dosa sources its wine from vineyards near and far, curating a collection designed to harmonize with the cuisine.
  • The trophy case is filling up fast. Year after year, Dosa picks up numerous awards around the city. It has also made seven appearances on the Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand list.
  • There are two locations. The original Dosa is on Valencia in the Mission District; the other is on Fillmore in Japantown.

1700 Fillmore St
San Francisco,
CA
US

The chefs at Tandoor on Haight aren’t trying to reinvent Indian cuisine. Instead, the pair of brothers stick closely to tradition when making their North Indian dishes with a splash of Pakistani flavor, using recipes handed down in their family for three generations. Inside their tandoori oven, they cook up halal meats such as tiger prawns, lamb rubbed with house spices, and spring chicken marinated in yogurt, imparting all of the dishes with a subtle smoky flavor as if they’d been sitting next to a lit birthday cake all day. Guests can scoop up the spice-laden curries with the sesame naan, and even customize dishes to their desired level of spice tolerance. Meals can be served in individual portions or family style, for groups who want to get a chance to taste a variety of dishes. And to cool the spices even further, staff serve up chilled mango lassis, a variety of Indian beers, and local Californian wines.

525 Haight St
San Francisco,
CA
US