Indian Restaurants in Scranton

Indian Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at Diwani Indian Restaurant (Up to 45% Off)

Diwani Indian Restaurant of Mahwah

Mahwah

$24 $14

Drawing on thousands of years of history and myriad regional inspirations, chefs create rice-based biryanis and tandoori-grilled meats

Buffet Lunch for Two or $15 for $30 Towards Dinner at Spice Kitchen

Spice Kitchen

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

Huge breadth of entrees includes vegetarian specialties, goat and lamb dishes, and Indian flatbreads

Indian Dinner for Two or Four at Diwani Indian Restaurant (Up to 53% Off)

Diwani Indian Restaurant

Ridgewood

$58.94 $29

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Start meals with fried paneer studded with green chilies, followed by entrees such as lamb tikka masala accompanied by slices of naan

$35 for an Indian and Asian Fusion Dinner for Two at Chatni Indian Restaurant (Up to $64.70 Value)

Chatni Indian Restaurant

Montclair

$64.70 $35

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Sophisticated restaurant with elegant decor serves classic and contemporary Indian and Asian fusion cuisine

Indian Food at Pooja Restaurant (Up to 52% Off). Four Options Available.

Pooja Restaurant

Somerset

$19.90 $11

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More than 160 expertly spiced, traditional Indian dishes, including paneer masala, lamb rogan josh, and chicken dhingri

Indian Food for Two or Four at Punjabi Food & Chaat (45% Off)

Punjabi Food & Chaat

Located inside Desi Food Galaxy

$20 $11

Tender braised-goat korma and plates of spicy aloo gobi masala with cauliflower pair with garlic naan and tandoori roti

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Spice India's chefs follow Punjabi traditions as they cook up authentic northern Indian cuisine to fill hearty lunch buffets with saucy fish curries, lamb vindaloo, and vegetarian paneers. While meaty kabobs cook in tandoori ovens, cooks knead more than 15 specialty breads, including garlic naan, unleavened paneer kulcha filled with homemade cottage cheese, and their house bread stuffed with marinated chicken. Guests can request a preferred level of spiciness to stop dishes from overwhelming their taste buds or setting the tablecloth on fire when spilled. Some nights, a live jazz band plays as guests sip the beer and wine they've brought to this BYOB eatery.

2407 Mickley Ave
Whitehall,
PA
US

Every Indian kitchen has a spice box brimming with seeds, stalks, barks, stems, and leaves. But really, what's in the box depends on the chefs and their background. In Spice India's case, the fragrant case is rife with the garlic, coriander, and ginger for hearty lamb and goat curries cooked in a tandoori oven. Surrounded by canary-yellow walls and colorful portraits, biryani dishes descend, layered with dried fruits, nuts, and essence of saffron. As the murmur of conversation swells, a full lunch and dinner buffet brims with masala and hearty seafood vindaloo and draws nervous glances from belts on their last day before retirement. To the pulse of live jazz music on select evenings, guests are encouraged to take advantage of Spice India's BYOB policy and bring their own libation of choice.

3812 Easton Nazareth Hwy
Easton,
PA
US

Aashirwad Palace & Martini Lounge’s gastronomic alchemists transmute the recipes and ingredients of subcontinental cooking to timelessly flavorful Indian dishes. Culinary adventures begin with bites from one of more than 20 appetizers such as the the chicken pakora’s spicy garlic-laced fritters or the Paneer Tika Sizzler’s homemade cheese-and-tandoori masala marinade. Entrees run the gamut of mealtime matter, ranging from vegetarian chana masala to spinach-packed lamb saag. A mild yogurt sauce and fresh coriander envelop the boneless-chicken korma, while the shrimp baigan's baked eggplant sizzles in a blend of herbs, spices, and fire-breathing shellfish. A dried-fruit garnish tops the navaratan korma, buttressed by mixed vegetables in a rich sauce made from members of the leafiest food groups. Grapes get tipsy in two glasses of wine, which quench throats and ably complements dishes.

169 S Salem St
Randolph,
NJ
US

According to staff at Pakwaan Indian Cuisine, the word pakwaan once referred to dishes that were served only to royalty. Today, it's used to describe dishes crafted from the finest ingredients for celebratory meals. Chefs keep this festive definition in mind as they bring together classic Indian ingredients, such as fenugreek, tomatoes, and coconut, to create a wide-ranging menu of traditional Indian and Indo-Chinese dishes. These include tandoor-baked meats, sizzling goat, lamb, and chickens curries, and plates of piping-hot samosas. The regal yet festive vibes extend to the décor, as well; in the dining room, round mirrors dot the walls and gilded ties hold back burgundy curtains from dipping themselves in the sauce.

794 US Highway 46
Parsippany,
NJ
US

As the major riverine port of a nation that's home to more than a billion people, Calcutta hardly lacks for culture. The city's cuisine—a multicultural mishmash of Indian, British, Jewish, Chinese, and other culinary traditions—is but one example of its stunning diversity. A Calcutta Affair's menu captures this diversity in dishes such as the fish fry and the Calcutta Chow, the latter a mixture of noodles, veggies, and meat that's reminiscent of stir-fry.

Despite the competing influences, Indian traditions still hold the greatest weight in the Calcuttan kitchen. This explains why many of A Calcutta Affair's dishes are prepared with Bengali flavors such as five-spice (a mixture of cumin, fennel, fenugreek, kalonji, and mustard seed) and freshly ground mustard paste. The tandoori dishes are billed as the restaurant's specialties, and one taste of the chicken marinated in sour cream and spices will tell you why. An exotic selection of beverages includes mango lassi and litchi juice with rosewater, though guests can also bring their own beers, wines, and nonalcoholic bathtub gin.

53 Mountain Blvd
Warren,
NJ
US

Tradition meets innovation at Diwani Indian Restaurant. Some dishes are absolute classics, and the chef is determined to soar past other restaurants' takes on tradition. For instance, every entrée emerging from the clay oven, or tandoor, is consciously designed to be a juicy and vividly flavorful alternative to what Diwani's chef has diagnosed as the sub-par tandoori cuisine found at many establishments. Other chef favorites include fried vegetable fritters and chickpeas prepared with cumin and pomegranate seeds, which rapidly sprout into a tree diners can take home in a to-go pot. And then there are the menu's completely unexpected dishes, like venison and wild boar chops. But what all the dishes have in common is that each is made to order, with heat levels that can raised upon request.

47 E Ridgewood Ave
Ridgewood,
NJ
US