Indian Restaurants in Radford

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Unlike space food, the cuisine at India Garden contains no preservatives. The restaurant's chefs take pride in making their food fresh. And that includes their curry sauces, which are not necessarily spicy. The emphasis on freshness extends to their ground spices and herbs, which appear in a variety of dishes, from Tandoori chicken to lamb simmered in a house sauce.

210 Prices Fork Road
Blacksburg,
VA
US

The chefs at Nawab mix freshly ground spices on the premises, creating custom blends that infuse entrees and sauces with a traditional Indian bite. Vegetable samosas trace the roots of their flavors to mixed veggies and toasted spices ($3.95), putting them in the same family tree as the grilled potato patties in tikki chole ($5.95). Channeling the tastes of northern Indian cuisine, chicken curry treats mouths to a gentle mélange of pureed onions and savory spices ($12.50), and the lamb vindaloo roasts taste buds with a peppery mix of meat and garlic sauce that simulates a sweat-inducing tour of the earth's core without the need to rent expensive drills or haggle with the molemen's travel agent ($14.95). Vegetable mango simmers veggies in an herb-mango sauce before arriving ($12.95), priming diners for a Punjabi-style chana masala ($10.95). Amid the sleek sconces and exotic paintings of Nawab's decorous dining room, patrons can toast to successful first dates or last days as a rodeo clown while sipping a variety of wines, desserts, and a selection of liquor coffees.

118 Campbell Ave SE
Roanoke,
VA
US

Saffron Indian Cuisine is named for saffron, a precious and flavorful spice that has been seasoning traditional Indian dishes since ancient times. In the restaurant's kitchen, chefs fold this and other exotic spices into a variety of time-honored recipes, from creamy paneer to savory tandoori items to piquant curry dishes. They bake juicy morsels of chicken, lamb, and shrimp in the fiery flames of their authentic clay tandoor oven, right alongside naan, kulcha, and roti breads. Pots of lentil soup and fragrant biryani rice simmer on the stove.

Servers bring plates of Indian dishes and cups of chai tea into the elegant dining hall, where light streams in through tall windows. Artwork speckles the pristine white walls, depicting traditional Indian scenes such as an exotic bird drinking from a jungle stream and a long-haired sitar player who used to work at an advertisement agency in Cleveland.

1500 Mill St
Greensboro,
NC
US

Unlike space food, the cuisine at India Garden contains no preservatives. The restaurant's chefs take pride in making their food fresh. And that includes their curry sauces, which are not necessarily spicy. The emphasis on freshness extends to their ground spices and herbs, which appear in a variety of dishes, from Tandoori chicken to lamb simmered in a house sauce.

210 Prices Fork Road
Blacksburg,
VA
US

At Double Apple, Mahmoud ?Joe? Migdadi applies his culinary sensibilities to both Mediterranean and classic American dishes, crafting lamb with tzatziki sauce as well as dinosaur-shaped chicken nuggets for kids. Nine types of shawarma, homemade chickpea hummus, and original smoothies stand out among the Mediterranean choices, which The Roanoke Times calls "flavorful" and "healthy." The dining room, which is divided into cozy compartments, surrounds guests with Middle Eastern d?cor that continues into the upper level's hookah caf?. There, a separate ventilation system filters smoke from hookahs loaded with fruit flavors such as grape mint and margarita, which are available with or without tobacco and wish-granting genies.

3604 Brambleton Avenue
Roanoke,
VA
US