Indian Restaurants in Ohio

Indian Food for Lunch or Dinner for Two at Mirch Masala (40% Off)

Mirch Masala

Cleveland

Menu brims with traditional Indian and region-blending Indo-Chinese cuisine, including paneer tikka and sichuan chicken

$15 $9

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Authentic Indian Cuisine at Akash India Restaurant (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Akash India Restaurant

Central Business District

Diners can feast on a variety of authentic Indian dishes, such as chicken curry, lamb vindaloo, and aloo saag

$16 $8

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$15 for $30 Worth of Indian Cuisine and Drinks at Curry N Grill

Curry N Grill

Dublin

Lamb biryani, vegetable korma, and chicken vindaloo highlight extensive menu of authentic Indian classics

$30 $15

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Indian Cuisine for Dine-In or Carryout at Maanas (Up to 45% Off)

Maanas Indian Restaurant

Orange

Sprawling menu details north and south Indian cuisine at spacious restaurant

$20 $11

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Indian Cuisine at Taste of India (Up to 55% Off)

Taste of India

Lebanon

Large portions of traditional Indian dishes, sopped up by flaky naan, satisfy grumbling tummies

$20 $10

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$11 for $20 Worth of Indian Food for Dine-In or Takeout from Taste of India

Taste of India

Heath

Guests enjoy traditional Indian cuisine at a cozy restaurant with gleaming hardwood floors, white tablecloths, and an extensive hot buffet

$20 $11

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Pakistani Food and Drinks at Tandoori Grill (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Tandoori Grill

Linworth Village

Wood floors and vibrant wall art complement Pakistani staples of goat curry, lamb kebab, and lemon-ginger chicken cured in a tandoor oven

$16 $8

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$11 for $20 Worth of Indian Food at Kanak India Restaurant

Kanak India Restaurant

Montgomery

Cooked in the authentic clay oven, tandoori chicken emerges sizzling and crisp on the outside with a tender, juicy inside

$20 $11

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Indian and Bangladeshi Cuisine for Two, Four, or Carry-Out at Curry & Sweets Indian Restaurant (Up to 51% Off)

Curry & Sweets Indian Restaurant

Governours Square

Restaurant serves lamb tikka masala, vegetable samosa, bombay shrimp curry, tandoori chicken, garlic naan, and alu gobi

$16 $8

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Three-Course BYOB Meal for Two or Four at Dusmesh Indian Restaurant (Up to 57% Off)

Dusmesh Indian Restaurant

Clifton

Lamb curry, shrimp biryani, and other Indian dishes that go easy on the spice, served at a BYOB restaurant praised for its attentive service

$64 $29

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With its intermingling aromas of garlic, ginger, coriander, turmeric, and cumin, New Taj Mahal is unmistakably dedicated to the bold, traditional flavors of regional Indian cuisine. You'll find further evidence on the menu, which features homemade paneer cooked with spinach and creamy curry sauce, crispy samosas, and yogurt-marinated lamb served straight from the clay tandoor oven. To ensure that their cooking is suitable for virtually every palate, the chefs tailor the amount of spice added to each dish. This means that orders can be prepared mild or with enough incendiary heat to require a chaser of glacier fragments.

2361 N High St
Columbus,
OH
US

The Mad Greek earned a finalist spot on CityVoter's 2011 Best of Fox8 Cleveland list for its Greek cuisine, but that?s only half the story. New executive chef Edward West steps in to create a hearty menu filled with classic Mad Greek favorites and new selections, including steamed mussels, ribeye brizola, lamb keftedes, zucchini and eggplant moussaka, braised lamb shank, and homemade baklava.

The environs prove as sprawling as the menu, welcoming diners into a dining room reminiscent of a Mediterranean greenhouse with its ample sunlight, potted ferns, and sky-high ceilings. Throughout the space, private enclaves prove ideal for romantic dinners with invisible significant others.

2466 Fairmount Boulevard
Cleveland Heights,
OH
US

When the editors of CityBeat magazine were inducting Dusmesh Indian Restaurant into their Best of Cincinnati 2013 list, they couldn't settle on just one thing they liked about it. So they dubbed the eatery the Best Place to Get Curry and Compliments, urging diners "to eat in for the full experience," which includes "impeccable service" and a "friendly staff" that "always remembers a face."?

That staff serves up northern Indian recipes which their chefs have made distinctive by using lean meats, adding in tons of veggies, and, perhaps surprisingly, taking it easy on the chilies. They hope to make their food more palatable for those who don't enjoy too much heat, for instance by preparing lamb vindaloo in a tangy sauce instead of a traditionally spicy one. Of course, those who do like making their taste buds sizzle can always request heavier spice or lick a stamp with a particularly attractive president on it. Another attractive feature: the BYOB policy, which is always free of corkage fees.

944 Ludlow Ave
Cincinnati,
OH
US

Owner Revathi Chillapalli combined 20 years in the food business with a love for introducing Ohioans to the health benefits and exotic flavors of Indian food to establish Deepam India, an emporium for Indian groceries and meals available for takeout or dine-in. The shop’s restaurateurs prepare food fresh daily, treating shoppers to a selection of 12–14 entrees that, like a merry-go-round with Earth wedged into it, rotates daily. Diners can clasp fingers around flaky filled samosas ($1.25 each) or savor dosas, fermented crêpes made with rice batter and lentils ($5.50–$6.50). Individuals and restaurant owners alike peruse the grocery section to stock up on Indian breads ($2.99), frozen vegetables ($1.99), and lentils ($2.99–$5.99) and to admire the wall-mounted oil paintings created by the shop’s owner. The enthusiastic staff welcomes questions about particular dishes, the health benefits of Indian food, and the health risks of eating Indian silverware.

7406 W Central Ave
Toledo,
OH
US

Saffron Patch in the Valley makes Indian cuisine accessible to Akronites?but no less complex or authentic. There are a few intensely spicy dishes on the menu, such as chicken vindaloo and lamb madras, but for the most part there's nothing tongue-searing; kids even get their own menu of mild but not dumbed-down options. Curry powder's more or less an afterthought among the 38 herbs and spices in regular use in Saffron Patch's kitchen. In addition to mesquite-fired, tandoori-baked chicken and lamb, you'll find seafood options such as smoked salmon and mahi mahi. Vegetarians can savor classic dishes such as cubes of paneer cheese in creamy spinach, made by in-house culinary cubists, and charbroiled eggplant.

Both Saffron Patch locations are tucked away into unexpected residential blocks. The excitement of stumbling onto a hidden treasure makes the spaces?decked in low-lit tones of brick red, sunset orange, and, naturally, saffron yellow?feel all the warmer.

1244 Weathervane Ln.
Akron,
OH
US

Priya Indian Cuisine's chefs' extensive culinary repertoire, more than 100 items strong, fills the dining room’s teal booths with aromatic portions of chicken, lamb, seafood, and veggies. Many meals are baked in a traditional clay oven, although others are stewed in rich curry sauces or spices and served with fluffy basmati rice freshly shaved from the edge of a cloud. A slew of silver dishes line the buffet with up to 27 northern- and southern-Indian recipes as well as dosa—thin crepes stuffed with spiced potatoes and onions.

5747 Chevrolet Boulevard
Cleveland,
OH
US