Indian Restaurants in Verona

Up to 69% Off Indian Cuisine at Mumbai Grill

Jackson Heights

$77 $29

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Jackson Heights restaurant serves fresh, healthy, halal Indian cuisine; meals serve groups of two or four

Up to 53% Off Indian Food at New Delhi Palace

Hackensack

$41.85 $20

Tandoor oven specialties such as marinated lamb and chicken tikka, fish korma, and vegetarian chana masala—spiced chickpeas in tomato sauce

Up to 61% Off at Maurya Cuisine of India

Middle Village

$50 $22

Tandoori specialties and other Indian dishes such as chicken tikka masala, lamb vindaloo, and mixed-vegetable curry

48% Off an Indian Meal with Dessert at Agras Bay Leaf

New York

$67.60 $35

Eatery serving halal meat offers such dishes as spicy manchurian cauliflower, onion pakora, lamb biryani, Goa fish curry, and bhindi masala

Up to 45% Off Indian Cuisine at Brick Lane Curry House UES

New York

$104 $59

Selection of flavorful curries inspired by the dishes served on London's Brick Lane

Up to 45% Off Indian Cuisine at Brick Lane Curry House

Midtown East

$104 $59

Selection of flavorful curries inspired by the dishes served on London's Brick Lane

Up to 48% Off Dinner at Indigo Indian Bistro

Midtown East

$43 $25

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Traditional Indian dinner with options such as chicken pakoras, stuffed naan, rich lamb or veggie kormas, and authentic desserts

Up to 40% Off Indian Cuisine at Brick Lane Curry House

Ridgewood

$72 $45

Ten types of curry lend spice to goat, fish, and vegetables, while sizzling plates of lamb kebabs arrive from the tandoor oven

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The aroma of mint never fails to take Navjot Arora back to his childhood in Jalandhar, Punjab, when he'd spend mornings scouring his family garden for fresh mint leaves. Navjot would triumphantly bring his findings back to the kitchen, where he was allowed to grind the leaves with a pestle for the mint chutney—the most important condiment. He worked alongside his parents, marveling as they nimbly sliced tender goat meat, throwing it against the wall to test for doneness, and thoughtfully tasted spoonfuls of creamy curry from simmering pots.

Though Navjot would go on to study under master Indian chefs at the prestigious Taj Group of Hotels and work for top restaurants in New York, he never forgot the culinary lessons he learned in his family's kitchen. At Chutney Masala, he still hand grinds fresh herbs and spices to bring out their intricate flavors, adding them to sauces lauded by reporters from the New York Times as "superbly complex." The expert chef then folds free-range meat, wild seafood, and local produce into a variety of contemporary and traditional Indian dishes, from spicy lamb curries to fragrant biryani rice.

Navjot's dining room is nearly as intriguing as the flavors in his dishes, with brick walls speckled with photographs from India's mid-19th century Raj era and rustic antique accents. A mounted deer head overlooks the rows of wooden tabletops and cushy green booths, sometimes sneezing when a waft of cumin floats to his nostrils.

4 W Main St
Irvington,
NY
US

the scent of cumin, curry, and chilies immediately meets the nose when the doors open to Clove Indian Cuisine. Chefs cook up the traditional dishes of cuisines throughout India, from lamb chops sprinkled with black cumin and nutmeg sizzling in the tandoori oven to biryanis tossed with a choice of meats. The menu features vegetarian-friendly options, as well as exotic meats that are used to create dishes such as savory fish tikka and spicy goat vindaloo. To cool down the spice of these dishes without mapping out the nearest fire hydrants, guests can snack on syrupy gulab jaman or glasses of mango lassi.

51 State Rt 17
East Rutherford,
NJ
US

By November, the crisp autumn air takes on a blustery winter chill, and cumbersome winter coats begin to take the place of stylish fall jackets. This change in fashion goes hand in hand with the change in seasons and with the philosophy of Mausam Indian Cuisine. The restaurant’s name means “seasons” in Hindi, and Mausam’s elegant three-story space boasts a restaurant, a lounge, and two versatile banquet halls, ready to change to accommodate a client’s request for any and every kind of event. Mausam’s staff can adapt table settings from simple and elegant pearl-white cloths with minimal accoutrements to bold colors with bountiful bouquets at every turn. Eager to please, the staff will even trade in the house specialty, Indian food, for any cuisine the client wishes to bring themselves, such as Mexican, Italian, or Lunchables.

Patrons simply looking for a low-key dinner out can head to the restaurant for traditional Indian favorites, such as chicken tikka masala, spicy goat curry, and plenty of vegetarian options laced with fragrant Indian spices. Red and white wines and a dozen kinds of domestic and imported beers wash away the last morsels of dessert, such as black-and-white cream puffs or orange-pineapple ice cream.

1150 Paterson Plank Rd
Secaucus,
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

The chefs at Kulcha Corner fire up a traditional clay oven, in which specialty Kulcha, or Indian-style flatbreads—concocted from flour, salt, yogurt, and milk—bake until golden brown. Servers ferry trays of tandoori kebabs and hot vegetarian curries to tables, where diners can revel in the entrees’ spiciness. The oblong eatery invites patrons to relax at tables for four and gaze toward an HDTV positioned near the back of the venue. Glossily stained wainscoting underscores sconces that emit vectors of romantic yellow light, and a deep-red back wall reminds guests of what would happen if a lipstick truck crashed into a wall.

779 Newark Ave
Jersey City,
NJ
US

Aromatic spices perfume the air at Khaja Haleem & Grill as diners sit down to platters of freshly prepared, authentic North Indian and Pakistani cuisine. Hefty portions of biryanis and tandoor-cooked meats and veggies feature marinated chicken, minced mutton, or goat. Vegetarians find their wheelhouse in the selection of six veggie entrees, including fried okra and spicy soup. Seven styles of naan come stuffed with garlic, jalapeños, cheese, or smaller pieces of naan.

824 Newark Ave
Jersey City,
NJ
US