Indian Restaurants in Manhattan

50% Off Indian Food at Shalom Bombay 

Murray Hill

$30 $15

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Eatery frequented by celebs runs under strict kosher dietary laws for dairy-free beef and chicken Indian entrees and 20+ vegetarian dishes

48% Off an Indian Meal with Dessert at Agras Bay Leaf

New York

$67.60 $35

Eatery serving halal meat offers such dishes as spicy manchurian cauliflower, onion pakora, lamb biryani, Goa fish curry, and bhindi masala

Up to 45% Off Indian Cuisine at Brick Lane Curry House UES

New York

$104 $59

Selection of flavorful curries inspired by the dishes served on London's Brick Lane

Up to 45% Off Indian Cuisine at Brick Lane Curry House

Midtown East

$104 $59

Selection of flavorful curries inspired by the dishes served on London's Brick Lane

Up to 48% Off Dinner at Indigo Indian Bistro

Midtown East

$43 $25

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Traditional Indian dinner with options such as chicken pakoras, stuffed naan, rich lamb or veggie kormas, and authentic desserts

Up to 41% Off Indian Meal for Two or Four at Spice Cove

East Village

$63.75 $40

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Traditional Indian dishes such as masalas, vindaloos, and biryani are culled from fresh ingredients while exuding exotic flavors and spices

Up to 52% Off at Tamba Indian Grill and Bar

Kips Bay

$60 $29

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Duos share rice and bread, and select individual entrees such as chicken tikka masala or spice-laden vegetable jalfrezi

Up to 40% Off Curry In A Hurry NY

Kips Bay

$10 $6

Crispy samosas pocket perfectly spiked minced veggies & succulent lamb stews in thick curry sauce at this fast & authentic Indian eatery

Up to 53% Off at Saffron Indian Cuisine

Astoria

$51.85 $25

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Battered pakoras and puffed-rice apps with wine and main plates of veggie korma, lamb biryani, and tandoori chicken

Up to 28% Off Copper Chimney- NY

New York City

$35 $25

Contemporary Indian fare such as samosas, kebabs & tandoori dishes with savory seasoned vegetables & halal meats in sleek dining room

Up to 61% Off at Maurya Cuisine of India

Middle Village

$50 $22

Tandoori specialties and other Indian dishes such as chicken tikka masala, lamb vindaloo, and mixed-vegetable curry

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With Bombay Talkie, Sunitha Ramaiah envisions a restaurant whose cuisine reflects her own life experiences, which include a childhood in southern India and adulthood in the cultural mélange of New York City. Her chefs, she says, serve "the food of my childhood, the food of everyday India," basing their menu on recipes from Indian roadside cafés and using fragrant blends of fenugreek, tamarind, and cloves, which characterize meals from the country's southern regions. Bombay Talkie sets itself apart from tradition, however, by serving dishes in a tapas style, with large entrees minimized in favor of smaller, well-composed plates of vibrant cuisine. Lemon-tinged rice balances red swaths of tandoori chicken, and the lamb chops' cilantro-mint sauce lends a splash of color more vibrant than Willy Wonka’s contact lenses.

The gallery-white walls and exposed brickwork of Bombay Talkie's dining room feature paintings of Bollywood film scenes, alluding to India's ubiquitous displays of movie billboards. Carved from a single piece of teak, a stool-lined communal table dominates one entire side of the dining room, with the rest of the space featuring a similarly earth-tone collection of custom-designed leather booths.:m]]

189 9th Ave
New York,
NY
US

Reflected in its name, Chote Nawab sources its menu inspiration from the Indian city of Lucknow’s chote nawabs—“little princes”—who were famous for their kebab-crafting royal kitchens and hospitality. Their signature kebabs come to life as cooks place skewers lined with grilled garlic broccoli, rolls of lamb, boneless chicken thighs, and other kebabable morsels into tandoori ovens. The cooks also specialize in Hyderabadi dum biryani, which involves preparing basmati rice and on-the-bone meat inside a sealed pot designed to trap in flavors and keep out food-licking ghosts. Patrons also enjoy a modern version of Lucknow princes’ renowned hospitality inside a dining area featuring high ceilings and minimalistic concrete walls lined with colorful Indian artwork.

115 Lexington Ave
New York,
NY
US

Traditional Indian meals served on gilded-edge plates infuse Maharaja Palace with a bouquet of curry, mustard seed, and mint. Crisp pani poori puff appetizers give a satisfying crackle as teeth break through to their chickpea-and-potato-filled cores, and drifts of basmati rice arrive tossed with green peas or beefed up with saffron and chicken. A simmering array of vegetable, seafood, chicken, and tandoori entrees emerge from pots or a clay oven, helping owners of factory-defect atlases experience the world's other side. Garlic naan or pudina paratha wipe plates clean of sauce, and glasses brimming with wine, beer, or sweet lassi clink occasionally, like the world’s laziest steel-drum player.

1350 Madison Ave
New York,
NY
US

Inside the casual, orange-rimmed dining room of Curry Dream, snowy tablecloths provide elegant, neutral backdrops for plates of colorful Indian dishes, whose halal and kosher meats harmonize with other imported ingredients and meticulously balanced spice blends. Meat-centric dishes—including chicken cooked in a clay oven or covered in curry sauce—share menu space with more than 14 vegetarian options that range from mushrooms cooked with spinach to veggie biryani. Diners can complement meals with 10 bread selections, including white naan filled with housemade cheese as well as whole-wheat paratha stuffed with mashed potatoes, light spices, and the occasional engagement ring.

66 W 39th St
New York,
NY
US

The first half of the name Tiffin and Thali refers to the lunches that mothers and wives packed up for their family members in British India, while "Thali" points to the tradition of presenting a spread of pan-regional dishes on a circular steel tray. Embracing both of these concepts, the chefs forge meaty and vegetarian-friendly cuisine for dine-in, takeout, or delivery by catapult. Grilled servings of lamb chops or prawns can emerge from the kitchen along with one of the menu’s fragrant curries, which submerge tofu, chicken, or fish beneath a spiced sauce such as tikka masala or vindaloo.

28 Greenwich Ave
New York,
NY
US

Curry and Tandoor Corner reimagines centuries of Indian culinary traditions with a diverse bill of fare that showcases exotically spiced curries, vegetarian entrees, and tandoori dishes. Oven-baked naan sops up saucy morsels of chicken, vegetables, lamb, and fish, augmented with zesty chili peppers and curry spices. Skilled chefs accessorize their meticulously crafted tandoori dishes with mint or mango chutney, creating a flavorful punch that doesn’t require taking an uppercut from the Hamburger Helper mascot.

369 Broome St
New York,
NY
US