Indian Restaurants in Springfield


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When they're not donating food to the victims of the Joplin tornado or striving to make the country's spiciest curry, the culinary artisans at Gem of India grind fresh spices and cook all ingredients from scratch to populate a vast menu of authentic Indian cuisine. After marinating in spiced yogurt, the shrimp tandoori’s jumbo shrimp ($13.95) roast on skewers in a tandoor oven, and the chicken tikka masala smothers chicken in a light cream sauce ($12.95). Vegetarians and finicky brontosauruses can feast on the navratan korma's nine vegetables cooked in nine spices ($11.95), and carnivorous diners can sink their unusually sharp incisors into the mixed grill, which combines tandoori chicken, chicken tikka masala, sheesh kabob, and tandoor shrimp ($15.95), or lamb roganjosh, an appetizing amalgamation of boneless lamb pieces cooked in yogurt and a freshly ground blend of herbs and spices ($12.95). Amid the eatery's tapestries and authentic Indian music, patrons can sip exotic cocktails such as the mango cosmopolitan, which blends the sweetness of Indian fruit with the juiciness of American fashion magazines.
211 W Battlefield St
Springfield,
MO
US
Find fresh meat and cheese at New Delhi Deli, a go-to deli that's sure to impress. The food at New Delhi Deli is high-calorie, high-flavor, and highly-rated. Take your pick of beer, wine, or other beverages offered on New Delhi Deli's menu. Little ones are just as welcome as their parents at New Delhi Deli. New Delhi Deli is the perfect spot to enjoy a great meal outside (weather permitting). No need to leave Fido outside — pooches are very welcome at New Delhi Deli. If you're strapped for time, take out food from New Delhi Deli. null The menu at New Delhi Deli is reasonably priced, with most items costing less than $30. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all available at New Delhi Deli — swing by for your favorite meal.
2 N Main St
Eureka Springs,
AR
US
Inside India Clay Oven’s namesake tandoori oven, open flames lick skewers of chicken, filets of mahi mahi, or morsels of lamb. The chefs make good use of each of the tender meats while also crafting vegetarian specialties that focus on potatoes and paneer—a fresh white cheese similar to a mild feta. Chicken and lamb simmers in vindaloo or creamy tikka masala sauce perfumed with ginger, garlic, coriander, and tomatoes. The levels of spiciness in each dish can be adjusted for sensitive taste buds or a need to pretend to be crying during your boss’ piano recital. India Clay Oven’s dining room, from the goldenrod hue of the walls to its colorful vases of flowers, reflects the rainbow of colors found in the cumin- and chili-tinged dishes.
2005 W Hwy 76, Ste 209
Branson,
MO
US
Take a trip to Floating Cafe in Branson and make your next meal a good one. Skip long waits and head to Floating Cafe with your large group for easy seating. Bask in the sun and enjoy a fresh meal outside at Floating Cafe. No need to dress up for a trip to Floating Cafe — the casual restaurant encourages laid-back attire. If you need to feed a big crowd, Floating Cafe also offers catering services for parties and get-togethers. Score parking in the lot adjacent to Floating Cafe, a local restaurant. The food here is super budget-friendly, too, with most items costing less than $15.
3443 Indian Point Rd
Branson,
MO
US
Chennai Cafe can fix your craving for authentic south Indian food. Located in Rogers, the chefs offer up specialties such as thalapakattu biryani and arcot biryani, as well as thali meals, which include saucers of food arranged around a platter in such a way that ensures diners get their fill of proteins, carbs, and fat. Buffets are also offered on weekends for those who want to try as many vegetarian and nonvegetarian dishes as possible.
2850 W Walnut St.
Rogers,
AR
US
When Krupa and Sid Panchal moved from Bombay, what they missed most about their native city was the food. Hence, they revved up St. Louis's first Indian food truck, showcasing a menu paying homage to their traditional Indian street fare, including vegetarian and vegan-friendly options. They sizzle up easy-to-transport eats, such as vada pav?mashed potatoes deep fried in a chickpea flour batter?and dosas?thin crepes, stuffed with potatoes, cheese, or vegetables. The flavorful dishes are enhanced with dry or wet chutneys made from tamarind, cilantro, or garlic.
St Louis Area
St Louis,
MO
US
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