Indian Restaurants in Rochester

Up to 50% Off at Chef of India

Chef of India

C$40 C$22

Tandoor clay oven cooks marinated fish, tiger prawns, and chicken tikka; other Indian options include veggie pakora and lamb masala

Kama Classical Indian Cuisine – Up to 52% Off Meals

Downtown Toronto

C$35 C$17

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Gourmet Indian cuisine such as madras chicken curry, tandoori chicken, and kashmiri naan

Up to 51% Off Indian Dinner at 5th Elementt Restaurant

Downtown Toronto

C$78.95 C$39

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Indian dishes with a contemporary twist include pan-grilled salmon, lobster and shrimp moilee in a coconut curry sauce, and lamb shanks

68% Off Indian Tasting-Menu Meal for Two at Indian Bread Bar

Bedford Park

C$142.03 C$45

Chefs craft traditional and out-of-the-box takes on classic Indian dishes, allowing guests to sample their work on a tasting menu

Up to 49% Off Vegetarian Food at Truly India Restaurant

Parkview Hills

C$23.65 C$12

Diners dip naan into vegetarian curry dishes and share plates of rice and veggies

Up to 51% Off at Kamasutra Indian Restaurant & Wine Bar

Davisville

C$50 C$25

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Soft lighting and a romantic atmosphere sets the stage for spicy Indian dishes cooked in a traditional clay oven

Up to 44% Off Indian Buffet for Two at The Indian Hut

Downtown Toronto

C$25.90 C$14.95

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Tandoori chicken, lamb kebabs, and vegetable stews served in a cozy space decorated with warm, earthy colors and Indian artwork

50% Off Caribbean Food at Calypso & Jive Burgers

Scarborough City Centre

C$8 C$4

Chefs apply traditional West Indian spices to chicken, goat, and fresh seafood served alongside rice, peas, or chow mein

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Amaya Bar & Grill’s chefs craft a menu of authentic Indian salads, tandoori entrees, seafood spreads, and rice dishes made from locally sourced produce and meats. Savory scents from traditional tandoor grills waft through the earth-toned dining digs as chefs sizzle up succulent meats, including the marinated tandoori lamb chops ($18) and seekh kebab ($12). To prepare the Amaya shrimp dab, chefs bathe scores of jumbo tiger shrimp in coconut milk before reading them a bedtime story and serving them in a coconut shell ($15). Herbivore-friendly eats, such as the onion-tempered potatoes and cauliflower in the aloo gobi entree ($10), quell veggie cravings more effectively than gargling with chlorophyll.

1900 Clinton Ave S
Rochester,
NY
US

The chefs at Tandoori's Royal Indian Cuisine pride themselves on crafting a menu of dishes enjoyed during the golden age of the Grand Moghuls in the 16th century, a time when fine Indian cuisine stepped onto the world’s culinary stage. With myriad authentic recipes at their fingertips, cooks craft porbo pola chicken with a medley of 21 sun-dried spices and coconut milk, as well as delicacies such as lobster tandoori and lamb entrees. At the full bar, mixologists match the heat of the tandoor by crafting spicy cocktails such as the Mumbai Manhattan and cool off palates with more than 30 beers hailing from all over the world. The friendly staff welcomes guests to enjoy the feast in the dining room where live music ignites the air on weekends, or out on the patio where the breeze reminds skydivers how difficult it is to eat curry while freefalling. For large events, the restaurant features a 50-seat conference room and hosts banquets for up to 275 guests.

7740 Transit Rd
Buffalo,
NY
US

The expansive menu of Kabab & Curry caters to a wide range of culinary preferences by presenting a variety of vegetarian dishes and allowing guests to customize the spiciness of their dishes by choosing mild, medium, spicy, or "I Promised Myself I Wouldn't Cry." The welcoming staff prides itself on cooking fine Indian and Pakistani dishes in addition to providing attentively affable customer care amid an environment that exudes a warmth to match the eatery’s cuisine. Since the crafting of curry incorporates myriad spices, the eatery boasts a curry unique to its establishment that can be prepared with meat or vegetarian ingredients. Traditional tandoori dishes as well as chicken, lamb, beef, and seafood entrees fill out the bulk of the menu, and a selection of lentil crêpes, naan, and savory soups longs for the chance to win Best Supporting Actor or Dish. The restaurant also performs catering services, a more responsible way to deliver its cuisine than putting the building on a flatbed truck every time it gets an order.

5185 Transit Rd
Buffalo,
NY
US

The aromas of North Indian cuisine draw passersby into Jewel of India’s brick-lined doorway, leading them toward tables topped with saffron-colored linens. Here, they can dive into more than 100 traditional Indian dishes, including crispy pakoras, spicy vindaloos, and seafood baked in a tandoor clay oven. Like the forecasts of an easily bribable weatherman, entrees can be ordered with one of five heat levels: mild, medium, spicy, X, or hot. Raisins stud many dishes, adding bursts of juicy sweetness to lamb makhani and vegetable biryani. Brimming with chicken tikka, boti kebabs, sautéed peppers, and fresh-baked naan, the Jewel of India specials can feed an entire family in the dining room or fuel an off-site party thanks to the restaurant’s catering service.

3093 Sheridan Dr
Buffalo,
NY
US

Chefs at Palace of Dosas work under the ahimsa theme of non-violence to the environment, other beings, and themselves when they fill their menu with vegetarian and vegan Southern Indian cuisine. They spread crepe batter over griddles to craft bases for their 20 different varieties of dosas. The long, thin paper dosas and the butter sada dosas are as rich as a millionaire or someone who got in on the ground floor of the industry that writes about millionaires. They also prepare utthappam, Indian-style pizza with rice and lentil-flour bases and onion and pea toppings. Yogurt-based mango lassis and madras coffee add to the comfort imparted by cushioned booths and a plant-rich dining room.

656 Millersport Hwy
Buffalo,
NY
US

At Taste of India, an aromatic spread of sizzling tandoori meats, creamy paneers, and rich curries enraptures palates with its intense flavor and vibrant colors. Like licking an ice cream cone while operating a rowing machine, each meal combines appetizing taste with wholesome healthfulness, packing a punch of fresh ingredients culled from local farms and an ample selection of vegan or gluten-free dishes. As spicy tikka masala and slow-simmered vegetables tickle olfactory apparatuses with sweet scents, fluffy loaves of bubbly naan or steamy forkfuls of basmati rice soak up pools of tomato sauce and cream peppered with green herbs, red tomatoes, and yellow turmeric. Taste of India can also serve clientele with drop-off catering, and its opening in 1988 makes the restaurant as old as many budding pro athletes and, pending an amendment allowing 24-year-olds to wear ties, the next president.

124 Dell St
Syracuse,
NY
US