Indian Restaurants in The Haight

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In Focus: Blue Front Cafe

  • Number of brothers that founded the Blue Front Cafe: Three
  • Open for: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Cuisine: Mediterranean and Middle Eastern
  • Types of shawerma: Chicken and lamb
  • Number of breakfast wraps: Six
  • Vegetarian friendly: Yes
  • Famous patrons: Three-time Grammy winners Train, who performed their first regular coffeehouse gigs here
  • Things you can write at the cozy cafe tables: a journal entry, a screenplay, a college thesis dissecting Marxist principles in omelet preparation

1430 Haight St
San Francisco,
CA
US

1668 Haight St
San Francisco,
CA
US

1793 Haight St
San Francisco,
CA
US

311 Divisadero St
San Francisco,
CA
US

In Focus: Saffron Grill

  • Specialty vegan entree: saag paneer, a spinach curry with fresh cheese
  • Specialty meat entree: pickled lamb achari with a spicy masala sauce
  • Spiciness factor: Chefs alter the spice levels based on your preferences.
  • Presentation: Dishes arrive in metal bowls with ornate handles.
  • This thing almost ended Saffron Grill’s delicious output: Fire—in 2012 flames from an undetermined source shut the restaurant down.
  • How it emerged from the ashes: It reopened the next year, looking and tasting almost exactly the same.

1279 Fulton Street
San Francisco,
CA
US

Five Things to Know About CurryBoyzz

Though there are multiple Z's in the restaurant’s name, the food at CurryBoyzz is hardly a sleepy effort. Rather, chefs churn out a massive menu of Indian and Pakistani favorites. Here are a few tips to chew on before you stop by this Castro eatery:

  • It takes a bit of effort to get here. That’s because guests must climb 15 steps before reaching the dining room, where they’ll be surrounded by golden walls, sand-colored tile floors, and an enclosed balcony that overlooks the street.

  • The kitchen is nut-free. In other words, diners needn’t worry about nut-based allergies.

  • There are more than 20 vegetarian choices. That list includes entrees such as mushroom tikka masala and bitter melon cooked with garlic, ginger, and onion, as well as more than 10 varieties of naan.

  • Kids are welcome.

  • Delivery is available to Castro and Noe Valley. An added bonus: there’s no minimum for deliveries within four miles of the restaurant.

4238 18th St
San Francisco,
CA
US