Indian Restaurants in Poway

Up to 47% Off at Masala

Masala

San Diego

$20 $11

Colorful and lush restaurant creates Indian cuisine such as coconut-ginger shrimp with sweet mango chutney and crepes with spicy potatoes

Up to 47% Off at Monsoon Fine Cuisine of India

Monsoon Fine Cuisine of India

Gaslamp

$20 $11

Classic Indian dishes, such as tandoori lamb and vegetarian mushroom masala, served in a luxurious atmosphere

Up to 65% Off at Indian Express

Indian Express Restaurant San Diego

San Diego

$20 $12

Family meals include tandoori-roasted chicken or chicken tikka masala, hummus, chutney, salad, and naan or salad

Up to 47% Off at Bombay Exotic Cuisine of India

Bombay Exotic Cuisine of India

Hillcrest

$20 $11

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Chef’s specials at this popular Indian restaurant include masala pasta, chicken tikka masala, and lamb curry

40% Off Indian Food at MasalaCraft

MasalaCraft

Santa Ana

$25 $15

Indian spices brighten curries and vindaloos, and an 800-degree oven unlocks depths of flavor in tiger shrimp kabobs and herb-marinated fish

40% Off Healthy Food and Juices at Go Fresh

Go Fresh

Santa Ana

$20 $12

Fresh fruit juices and smoothies pack a nutrient-rich punch, and Mediterranean protein bowls offer lean meat with veggies and rice or naan

50% Off Indian Cuisine at Royal Khyber

Royal Khyber Fine Indian Cuisine

Santa Ana

$40 $20

Arun Puri folds more than 38 herbs & spices into north Indian dishes with healthy twists; dining room with silk pillows & intricate artwork

$20 Off Your Bill at Tandoori Garden

Tandoori Garden

The Colony

$20 $10

Traditional clay ovens beget smoky naan and chicken, lamb, and shrimp dishes

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Bombay Exotic Cuisine of India

Another glittering facet of the Monsoon Group helmed by brother-and-sister team Rakesh and Ashley Popat, Bombay delivers the same opulent, glowing atmosphere and authentic cuisine that have dazzled diners at sister restaurants Monsoon and Masala. Glistening chandeliers illuminate the 7,500-square-foot space, which provides an avenue for parties of up to 300 guests, and has hosted a number of corporate clients including Wells Fargo and Johnson & Johnson. Inside the dining room, a tranquil waterfall serves as an ethereal room divider and squirt-gun refilling station, as romantic amber light softly rains down from the ceiling to settle upon crisp white tablecloths.

3960 5th Ave
San Diego,
CA
US

The name Annapurna, which means to be filled completely with food in Sanskrit, hints at a sprawling buffet and busy kitchen. Jumbo shrimp and boneless chicken marinated in a spicy yogurt cook inside a traditional Indian clay oven, and bite-sized bits of lamb simmer in a curry infused with Andhra spices and herbs. Chefs simmer milk, crafting it into thick paneer cheese, which pairs with a spiced gravy to fill out the range of vegetarian items. The scents of cardamom, cumin, chili, and pickled mangos fill the air. At the lunch buffet, heated pans hold mounds of rice, creamy sauces, and frozen popsicles that won’t give up information.

10606 Camino Ruiz, Ste 6
San Diego,
CA
US

The flavors of South Asia sing at Indian Express, where Moghlai meals incorporate flavors from all over the region. In addition to kebabs and curries, chefs transform ingredients—spices, fresh produce, and organic halal meat—into satisfying, internationally-informed meals. Freshness is a common theme among lunches and dinners, which include authentic Indian dishes, vegetarian and meat curries, and biryani. Tandoori kebabs combine the flavors of a traditional clay oven along with the easy-to-throw, aerodynamics nature of a kebab.

5450 Clairemont Mesa Blvd
San Diego,
CA
US

Gourmet India's cuisine sates bellies with fresh meats, ripe vegetables, and astounding sauces spiced flawlessly. The restaurant's friendly staff makes all diners feel at home and excited for the palpable stomach pampering ahead. The relaxed, intimate dining room shares the duty with outdoor seating that illuminates the kitchen's bright creations with all-natural sunlight.

810 4th Ave
San Diego,
CA
US

Star of India hampers hunger with an authentic menu stocked with the rich flavors and exotic spices of the Subcontinent. Start the foodie festivities with an appetizer of onion bhaji, which features tearfully tempting slices of onion fried in chickpea batter ($8), or begin by shepherding your taste buds toward a pair of lamb samosas ($6) or a bevy of bread breeds that includes seven different types of naan. Tandoori chicken ($13) and tandoori shrimp ($22) are both marinated in yogurt, herbs, and spices before being cooked in a tandoor—a specialized clay oven kept at 800 degrees to match the temperature of the human mouth. Herbivores can veg out on channa masala, a mouth-watering mélange of garbanzo beans, tomatoes, and onions ($13), and fishivores can aim their scrimshaw dentures at fish vindaloo, which combines mahi-mahi with potatoes in a tongue-tazing sauce ($19). Each location possesses the flavor-customization technology to adjust its crave-worthy curries to individual specifications, ensuring that the menus are suited for everyone from unfazable fire eaters to mild-tongued spice sissies.

3860 Valley Centre Dr
San Diego,
CA
US

Copper Chimney, a food truck turned restaurant, detonates salivary glands with authentic South Indian-Hyderabadi fast food. Traditional snacks, such as samosas ($2.99 for two) and idli—rice cakes served with chutney ($3.49)—prepare appetites for more sizeable savories, including crispy crepe blankets known as dosas ($3.99–$7.99), served in masala, egg, and onion-masala flavors. Vegetarian entrees, such as ginger vegetables ($5.99), prevent non-meat-eaters from grazing in nearby parks, and diners seeking meatier options find protein-packed comfort in the chicken Hyderabadi biryani, served with gravy and the spicy-cooling combo of chili and raita ($6.99). Customers who prefer to dabble in a variety of dishes can explore Copper Chimney's buffet ($6.49), which is stocked with more exotic spices than Christopher Columbus's fanny pack.

9474 Black Mountain Rd
San Diego,
CA
US