Indian Restaurants in Wayland

Indian Meal for Two or Four with Appetizers, Entrees, and Desserts at Deep Indian Restaurant (Up to 58% Off)

Deep Indian Restaurant

Providence

Starters, such as chaats and samosas; entrees, including lamb kebabs and chicken tikka; and desserts, such as rice pudding and ice cream

$52.46 $22

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Indian Meal for Two, Four, or Carry-Out at Maharaja Indian Restaurant (Up to 45% Off)

Maharaja Indian Restaurant

Narragansett Pier

Tandoor-grilled meats, vegan entrees, and rich curries accompanied by beach views inside this authentic Indian eatery or for carry-out

$40 $22

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Indian Food for Dinner at Ghazal Indian Cuisine (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Ghazal Indian Cuisine

Jamaica Hills - Pond

Authentic Indian dishes with a contemporary twist

$25 $14

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Indian Meal for Two or Four at Bukhara Indian Bistro (Up to 53% Off)

Bukhara Indian Bistro

Jamaica Hills - Pond

Menu of northern and southern Indian cuisine with tandoori chicken, lamb-stuffed dosas, and curries

$57 $28

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Indian Meal with Appetizers and Naan for Two or Four at Mela (Up to 56% Off)

Mela

South End

Enlisting a traditional tandoor oven, housemade cheese, and Indian spices, chefs whip up classic Indian staples with varying spice levels

$71 $32

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Indian Meal for Two or Four at Passage to India (Up to 52% Off)

Passage To India

Porter Square

For 25 years, this Indian restaurant has embraced millennia-old techniques to craft classic northern and southern Indian cuisine

$51.86 $25

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Chef and owner Sanjiv Dhar has delighted College Hill diners with his extensive menu of authentic, fresh Indian cuisine since 1987. Drawing upon the flavors of India's many culinary regions, Kabob and Curry features a wide range of dishes beloved by both herbivores and meatophiles alike. Lunch and dinner menus are clearly labeled for easy identification of spicy, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, and Lego-free dishes. Starters and breads appear on both menus, granting patrons the uncanny ability to enjoy minced-lamb samosas ($3.50), pesto-stuffed naan ($3), and South–Indian lentil soup ($2.99). For midday mastication, travel to India's western coast with spicy-chicken xacuti ($6.75), or set out toward southerly climes with a creamy, coconut-based South–Indian shrimp curry ($7.25). Chronic coin-flippers can have the best of both worlds with lunchtime combination plates ($9.99+), which come with two dishes and a choice of rice or naan.

261 Thayer St
Providence,
RI
US

The sounds of conversation and laughter compete with the clinking of glasses in The Wine Artist’s lofty venue. The space sprawls over 2,500 square feet, with plenty of room to host private parties, bridal events, corporate events, and private cooking classes. Events at The Wine Artist feature unique wines, gourmet catering, and experiences such as wine bottling and team building activities.

230 Wickenden St
Providence,
RI
US

India Restaurant's chefs modify iconic South Asian staples to eliminate excess fat, cholesterol, and calories while still ensuring that the dishes are delicious enough to win various accolades. The chefs craft each authentic dish with locally sourced seafood and produce, and they avoid frying any dish, eschew butter entirely, and only cook with canola oil. Yet their nacho-like papri chaat appetizer has been called "truly addictive" by the Providence Phoenix, which also called the restaurant’s biryani “a veritable feast for the senses.” To make their cuisine even more inclusive, the chefs prepare an array of vegan-friendly and gluten-free dishes.

The decor strives to be similarly accommodating, presenting diners with numerous seating options, each with a distinctive ambience. A projection screen playing subtitled Bollywood films dominates the main dining area, smaller tables surround each of the three roaring fireplaces, and more than 200 flickering candles line the bar area. During the warmer months, the garden courtyard tempts patrons with its swings for seats, lush gardens, and bubbling water fountains. The sidewalk seating allows guests to dine alongside their dogs and pet lobsters; a doggie menu offers hamburger-and-rice dishes and yogurt pops for canine companions.

Traditional belly dancers drift throughout the space on Friday and Saturday evenings, and the restaurant's global jazz ensemble entertains diners with its contemporary melodic stylings.

1060 Hope St.
Providence,
Rhode Island
US

India Restaurant's chefs modify iconic South Asian staples to eliminate excess fat, cholesterol, and calories while still ensuring that the dishes are delicious enough to win various accolades. The chefs craft each authentic dish with locally sourced seafood and produce, and they avoid frying any dish, eschew butter entirely, and only cook with canola oil. Yet their nacho-like papri chaat appetizer has been called "truly addictive" by the Providence Phoenix, which also called the restaurant’s biryani “a veritable feast for the senses.” To make their cuisine even more inclusive, the chefs prepare an array of vegan-friendly and gluten-free dishes.

The decor strives to be similarly accommodating, presenting diners with numerous seating options, each with a distinctive ambience. A projection screen playing subtitled Bollywood films dominates the main dining area, smaller tables surround each of the three roaring fireplaces, and more than 200 flickering candles line the bar area. During the warmer months, the garden courtyard tempts patrons with its swings for seats, lush gardens, and bubbling water fountains. The sidewalk seating allows guests to dine alongside their dogs and pet lobsters; a doggie menu offers hamburger-and-rice dishes and yogurt pops for canine companions.

Traditional belly dancers drift throughout the space on Friday and Saturday evenings, and the restaurant's global jazz ensemble entertains diners with its contemporary melodic stylings.

1060 Hope St
Providence,
RI
US

Rhode Island Monthly gave Rasoi Best of Rhode Island awards in 2007, 2009, and 2010. Rhode Island Monthly and the Boston Phoenix both gave it positive reviews. Five TripAdvisors give it an average of 4.5 owl eyes and rank it #1 out of 118 restaurants in Pawtucket.

727 East Ave
Pawtucket,
RI
US

The chefs at Bombay Club have been serving up Northern Indian favorites?including chicken tikka masala, shrimp mirch masala, and anything out of the tandoor oven?for more than a decade. Diners can complement the entrees with naan, housemade pakora, mango ice cream, and Indian beers and cocktails from the bar menu.

145 Dean St
Providence,
RI
US