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The Jaipur?s kitchen originally opened its doors back in 1992, and since then it?s finely tuned a vast menu of Northern Indian cuisine. To boot, since 1999, it?s also presented a selection of American fusion dishes. In the deep-purple dining room, rendered beautiful by sprawling murals, the staff serves the chef?s specials. This specialty selection of fusion plates includes indian crab cakes in a yogurt and sour-cream sauce, as well as grilled lamb sirloin cooked with a flavorful spice rub and served with roasted-tomato chutney. The in-house brewery crafts a variety of beers to complement the cuisine, including jalape?o ale, an IPA, and a nut-brown ale. Additionally, The Jaipur offers 23 wines by the glass and more than 180 wines by the bottle, enough bottles of wine to make the Sahara a fruity swimming pool.
10922 Elm St
Omaha,
NE
US
Lunch and dinner seekers can sneak away to Tandoor Indian Cuisine's charming brick-and-mortar abode for a fulfilling feast. The menu of fresh Indian and Bhutanese fare sports an extensive variety to appease even the pickiest of palates. The available dishes are neatly organized by protein and preparation style to make for easy ordering. If you’re in the mood for sea-sourced sustenance, try a plate of shrimp curry or spicy tuna vindaloo (both $13.95). Alternatively, if you've been diagnosed with the Ariel complex and find yourself romanticizing the fruits of solid ground, try a lamb specialty such as safed maas (lamb with coconut milk and cashews, $12.95) or a classic chicken dish such as chicken tikka masala ($11.95). Herbivores find happiness within the fried pastry shell of vegetable samosas ($2.75 for two) and meat-free specialties such as shahi paneer, homemade cheese, cashews, and raisins submerged in a savory bath of cream sauce ($10.95).
3530 Village Dr
Lincoln,
NE
US
Clay ovens quietly roast yogurt-marinated chicken, and cooks scurry about the kitchen of Tanduri Fusion, mixing exotic curries and saut?ing ginger and garlic to coat tender cuts of lamb. Chefs use natural, fresh ingredients to prepare each dish, with inventive offerings including the tanduri top sirloin with cilantro-peppercorn butter and lamb sirloin wraps in grilled naan. For traditional Indian thali dinners, servers deliver large round dishes filled with a bounty of tandoori chicken or curried vegetables, complemented by sides of yogurt sauce and chutney. Patrons may enjoy their meals tucked inside wooden booths or head out to the patio to soak up sun and satellite emissions while eating. A full bar offers some stool seating, perfect for casually sampling from the extensive wine list.
2537 South 174th Plaza
Omaha,
NE
US
Fill up on naan and curry at The Oven. Gluten-free and low-fat eaters will enjoy the menu at The Oven. The Oven diners can also take advantage of the many drink options offered here. Get connected at lightning fast speeds with The Oven's complimentary wifi. For some fresh air during the non-winter months, dine outside on The Oven's patio. If you're heading to the restaurant on a Friday or Saturday, don't get stuck in line with the rest of the crowds — reservations are accepted. Business casual dress, tasty food and a classic atmosphere makes this a great place for any occasion. For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your grub to go. Drivers will be surprised by the number of street parking spots available near The Oven. Travel by bike to The Oven and store your bike at a nearby rack. Most items on the menu are reasonably priced, so expect to spend around $30 per person at The Oven.
201 N 8th St
Lincoln,
NE
US
India Garden's menu assembles a delectable army of authentic Indian eats. Customers can kick-start meals with traditional vegetable samosas ($3.25) or cilantro, black pepper, and cumin blanketed in a cream-of-wheat crêpe ($8). Eggplant ($10.95) fire roasts in a tandoor before tomatoes, onions, and fresh herbs accent its heat more effectively than a poster of Burton Gilliam swimming in magma. Simmered in a tomato-onion curry sauce, tender pieces of lamb ($14.95) glide down gullets, and boneless chicken chunks soak alongside spices and herbs in ginger sauce ($12.95). Matter paneer ($11.95) entices herbivorous eaters with house-made cheese doused in an onion-and-tomato sauce sprinkled with the sweet peas that cohabit with woodland nymphs inside pods. Diners can soothe parched tongues with freshly brewed indian chai tea ($2.45) or traditionally blended mango lassi ($5.45) in India Garden's dining room, replete with a large front window and Indian-themed artwork adorning its walls.
2819 South 125th Avenue
Omaha,
NE
US
Fill up on naan and curry at Taj Mahal Cuisine of India. Vegan are typically looking for some healthy grub, and Taj Mahal Cuisine of India is serving up dishes that are both tasty and good for the body. Take a peek at the drink menu here, and make sure to sample something off the list. Skip long waits and head to Taj Mahal Cuisine of India with your large group for easy seating. Taj Mahal Cuisine of India offers an informal dining experience for those who are allergic to jackets and ties. You can also have Taj Mahal Cuisine of India cater your next event. Carry-out is also available for those who prefer to enjoy Taj Mahal Cuisine of India's cooking from the comfort of their own home. If you're driving, be sure to take advantage of the nearby lot. Meals at Taj Mahal Cuisine of India are incredibly tasty and reasonably priced around $30.
5500 Old Cheney Rd
Lincoln,
NE
US
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