Indian Restaurants in Nanuet

53% Off Indian Fare at Bombay Grill

Bombay Grill

New City

$84.70 $40

Indian meat & veggie kebabs, biryani & curries travel from traditional tandoor oven into bright dining room with hardwood floors

Up to 45% Off at Diwani Indian Restaurant

Diwani Indian Restaurant of Mahwah

Mahwah

$24 $14

Drawing on thousands of years of history and myriad regional inspirations, chefs create rice-based biryanis and tandoori-grilled meats

48% Off Indian Cuisine at Bhog Indian Restaurant

Bhog Indian Restaurant

Pleasantville

$40 $21

Indian classics served in a refined dining room range from goat curry to butter chicken and fluffy, fresh-baked naan

Up to 53% Off Dinner at Diwani Indian Restaurant

Diwani Indian Restaurant

Ridgewood

$58.94 $29

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Start meals with fried paneer studded with green chilies, followed by entrees such as lamb tikka masala accompanied by slices of naan

Up to 40% Off Indian Cuisine at Brick Lane Curry House

Brick Lane Curry House

Ridgewood

$72 $45

Ten types of curry lend spice to goat, fish, and vegetables, while sizzling plates of lamb kebabs arrive from the tandoor oven

Up to 56% Off Indian Food at Raasa

Raasa

Elmsford

$85 $39

Modern decor surrounds diners who sup on traditional Indian cuisine such as tandoor-cooked meats and flatbreads

Up to 45% Off Indian Dinner at Mantra 

Mantra

Paramus

$108.35 $62

Martinis and wine complement Southern Indian dishes lauded in the New York Times.

Up to 53% Off Indian Food at New Delhi Palace

New Delhi Palace

Hackensack

$41.85 $20

Tandoor oven specialties such as marinated lamb and chicken tikka, fish korma, and vegetarian chana masala—spiced chickpeas in tomato sauce

Up to 55% Off at Orange Indian Cuisine

Orange Indian

Park Ridge

$45.97 $22

Cumin seeds, coriander, ginger, and green chilies populate dishes influenced by Northern and Southern Indian traditions

Up to 55% Off Indian Dinners at Clove Indian Cuisine

Clove Indian Cuisine

Rutherford

$55 $28

Fresh-baked naan compliments stews such as goat vindaloo, fish tikka, and chicken biryani, paired with a choice of desserts

Up to 43% Off The Best of Devi Menu for Two

Devi

Union Square

$120 $69

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Three-course Indian meal for two, including appetizers, entrees with naan and basmati rice, and desserts

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

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 48% Off Dinner at Indigo Indian Bistro

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 40% Off Indian Cuisine at Brick Lane Curry House

Brick Lane Curry House

3rd Avenue

$72 $45

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

Up to 46% Off at Chatni Indian Restaurant

Chatni Indian Restaurant

Montclair

$64.70 $35

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Sophisticated restaurant with elegant decor serves classic and contemporary Indian and Asian fusion cuisine

Up to 40% Off Takeout or Dine-In Indian Food at Hoboken Dhaba

Hoboken Dhaba

Hoboken Dhaba

$20 $12

Restaurant serves authentic and eclectic Indian cuisine and specializes in curries and tandoori dishes

Up to 63% Off Indian Dinner at Namaste

Namaste

Astoria

$66.75 $25

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Tandoors bake skewers of chicken and shrimp; curries add spice to authentic dishes

Up to 51% Off Indian Meal at Gandhi Restaurant

Gandhi Restaurant

Astoria

$46 $23

The menu spans India's wide range of savory specialties, from tandoori chicken and potato tikka to prawn vindaloo and lamb biryani

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It was a fateful day for Santhosh Kochuparambil when the chef at his restaurant didn't show up for work one morning. Unwilling to turn away hungry customers, Santhosh rolled up his sleeves and began cooking the dishes himself. From that day fourth, Santhosh continued to work in the kitchen, developing a knack with the saucepan and a skill with spices. After graduating from culinary school, Santhosh took on jobs in top kitchens across India, eventually leaving his native home for restaurants in Russia and New York.

Today, Santhosh brings his years of culinary experience to his own restaurant—Karavalli Regional Cuisine of India. Deep in its kitchen, the skilled chef stirs pots of spicy curries and bakes lamb, seafood, and breads in a traditional tandoori oven. He whips up his authentic Indian dishes using only fresh herbs and fiery spices, eschewing pre-made sauces or counterfeit magic beans. When discussing his dishes with reporters from The Saratogian, Santosh maintained, "after you eat, you feel something. Your taste buds are up. Once you start eating Indian food, then you like it. Plus, the spices are very good for the health".

416 Nanuet Mall S
Nanuet,
NY
US

At Bombay Spice Grill, you don't have to grab a table to enjoy the spices and sauces of Indian cuisine. Instead, Executive Chef Sunil Kumar designed a menu full of Indian meats, tofu, curries, and toppings that can be customized into a flavorful meal-on-the-go. Though the sauces come in traditional varieties such as curry, tikka masala, spinach, and vindaloo, the preparation veers from the methods of India to create healthier dishes. Chefs eschew cooking with ghee—Indian clarified butter—and instead use olive oil for heart-healthy wraps, sandwiches, salads, and bowls. And though wraps come with a slice of freshly baked naan or roti bread, clients can opt to make their dish gluten-free by swapping out bread for quinoa or rice. Guests can even customize their dish to be vegetarian and vegan, with ingredients clearly denoted on the menu. And to pair with a main entree, they can grab traditional Indian sides such as samosas and rice pudding.

261 S Little Tor Rd
New City,
NY
US

Bollywood Bistro is a restaurant that introduced Indian cuisine to the Pleasantville area in 2006. We have young families to empty nesters, a whole range of different people who have been loyal customers from the time we opened.

68 Wheeler Ave
Pleasantville,
NY
US

Tradition meets innovation at Diwani Indian Restaurant. Some dishes are absolute classics, and the chef is determined to soar past other restaurants' takes on tradition. For instance, every entrée emerging from the clay oven, or tandoor, is consciously designed to be a juicy and vividly flavorful alternative to what Diwani's chef has diagnosed as the sub-par tandoori cuisine found at many establishments. Other chef favorites include fried vegetable fritters and chickpeas prepared with cumin and pomegranate seeds, which rapidly sprout into a tree diners can take home in a to-go pot. And then there are the menu's completely unexpected dishes, like venison and wild boar chops. But what all the dishes have in common is that each is made to order, with heat levels that can raised upon request.

47 E Ridgewood Ave
Ridgewood,
NJ
US

Kokum takes its name from a berry that's specific to South India, a nod to the regional cuisine that stands out as this restaurant's specialty. The recently opened space may be new, but the cooking traditions are time honored, drawing specific inspiration from India's Kerala region. Favorites include spicy chicken masala kalumbu and vegetarian-friendly theeyal, which features a mix of green bananas, yam, and coconut. Top off your meal with one of the bar's craft cocktails, which include the signature Kokum, a mingling of vermouth, pineapple juice, and lime. The dining room keeps things simple, with exposed light bulbs and natural wood accents alongside paintings of boats with hulls colorful enough to rival the stains on the sauce chef's apron. Kokum is a member of the Fine Indian Dining Group.

145 E Main St.
Elmsford,
NY
US

Though Mantra Head Chef Purvesh Patel is known for his creative takes on Indian cuisine—including chaat, or snack food, garnished with tender lobster meat—his careful, French-inspired cooking also leaves its mark on the menu’s traditional entrees. "Each ingredient seemed to have bathed for just the right number of hours in its yogurt marinade; each was precisely cooked; and each carried a heady overtone of spices," a New York Times food writer recalled of a tandoori dish in 2008. In contrast to these subtle flavors, Mantra’s presentation often has theatrical flair; chefs chop chaat dishes tableside and set a banana flambé dessert ablaze with rum.

Both locations’ sleek dining rooms also go for drama with bold, modern decor. In Jersey City, red accents simmer against warm-toned walls. Next to the Paramus spot's mosaic-tiled bar, live flames dance on the low wall between the dining room and lounge, upping the “amazement factor” for Cody Kendall of the Star-Ledger.

275 E State Rt 4
Paramus,
NJ
US