Indian Restaurants in Port Moody

Up to 52% Off Indian Cuisine at Jolly’s Indian Bistro

Kitsilano

C$24 C$12

Chef Jolly Kumar cooks up mugali malai kofta, chicken keema, and fresh naan stuffed with chicken, cheese, or potatoes

Up to 53% Off Sri Lankan Cuisine at JR Taste of Ceylon 

Kensington

C$30 C$15

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Chefs draw on traditional Sri Lankan and South Indian recipes to cook lentil-based crepes, beef curries, and seafood masala dosas

45% Off Indian Cuisine at Akbar's Own

South Granville

C$20 C$11

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Authentic Indian dishes such as chicken or lamb biryani and paneer makhani are crafted using local ingredients

Half Off at Siddhartha's Indian Kitchen

Grandview-Woodland

C$24 C$12

(21)

Globetrotting chef makes use of years of travel and experimenting while putting his own healthy spin on Indian cuisine

46% Off All-You-Can-Eat Indian Dinner for Two

Vancouver

C$56 C$30

(65)

Restaurant lauded by "Vancouver" magazine dishes up curries, biryanis, and paneers made with recipes from across India

50% Off Indian Food at Mezbaan Fine Indian Fusion

Vancouver

C$24 C$12

(18)

Chef grind their own masala spices for dishes such as lamb methi with fenugreek, home-made paneer, and rice pudding with cardamom nuts

50% Off Indian Dinner Cuisine at The Spice Jammer

Victoria

C$28 C$14

Traditional East African–style Indian entrees, including butter chicken and vindaloo prawns, with varying levels of heat

50% Off at Boondockers Restaurant

Marysville

$20 $10

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Authentic kebabs & curries, paired with American breakfast, lunch, and dinner such as steaks, seafood, burgers, and sandwiches

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Chefs blend spices in the kitchen of Handi Cuisine, a rainbow of curries mingling with sunset-orange cumin and goldenrod ginger. Inside a clay tandoori oven, dishes simmer, the air shimmering in the heat. Plates laden with prawns and vindaloo clatter onto tables, pouring forth steam like a volcano posing for National Geographic.:

4544 Hastings St
Burnaby,
BC
CA

4266 Hastings Street
Burnaby,
BC
CA

Weaving a tapestry of authentic subcontinental dishes, the chefs at Maurya Indian Cuisine incorporated ingredients from across India’s varied regions. The country’s street food vendors are represented by the toasted potato and pea-cake appetizers; Goa is represented by spicy chicken, lamb, or beef vindaloo; and the tastes of South India make an appearance in the coconut- and poppy seed–flavoured chettinad paste. The restaurant’s base sauce—a mix of five sauces— flavours hearty, shareable portions of lamb, chicken, fish, and goat. The bistro also keeps vegetarians sated with eats that include black lentils slow-cooked overnight and several styles of naan, including one that is equipped with WiFi.

Food arrives with a choice of ambiance. One is the well-lit dining room decked out with long drapes suspended from a high ceiling. The other is served on the eatery’s patio, complete with its own chef who tends to the outdoor tandoor oven. Whether indoors or out, the staff maintains a high standard of professionalism, earning an array of positive press mentions, including Dine Out Vancouver's Best Bite award for service in 2010.

1643 Broadway W
Vancouver,
BC
CA

8017 Fraser St
Vancouver,
BC
CA

616 Robson St
Vancouver,
BC
CA

Modern Indian Restaurant, focusing on Goan cuisine (western part of India) which is a mix of Indian and Portuguese

862 Richards St
Vancouver,
BC
CA