Indian Restaurants in Worcester

Indian Meal for Two or Four at Passage to India (Up to 52% Off)

Passage To India

Porter Square

For 25 years, this Indian restaurant has embraced millennia-old techniques to craft classic northern and southern Indian cuisine

$51.86 $25

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Indian Meal for Two or Four with Appetizers, Entrees, and Desserts at Deep Indian Restaurant (Up to 62% Off)

Deep Indian Restaurant

Providence

Starters, such as chaats and samosas; entrees, including lamb kebabs and chicken tikka; and desserts, such as rice pudding and ice cream

$52.46 $20

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Indian Food for Two, Four, or Carry-Out at Taste of India (Up to 44% Off)

Taste of India

Fox Point

Peach-hued walls & tabletop lanterns prepare senses for fish, lamb & chicken tandoori as well as curries with custom levels of spice

$30 $18

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Dine-In Indian Food for Two or Four at Zaika Taste of India (Up to 50% Off)

Zaika Taste of India

Medford

Mango lassees wash down appetizers of samosas or chicken kabobs and entrees such as chicken biryani with garlic naan

$20 $12

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Indian Meal for Two or Four at Bukhara Indian Bistro (Up to 53% Off)

Bukhara Indian Bistro

Jamaica Hills - Pond

Menu of northern and southern Indian cuisine with tandoori chicken, lamb-stuffed dosas, and curries

$57 $28

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Indian Meal with Appetizers and Naan for Two or Four at Mela (Up to 56% Off)

Mela

South End

Enlisting a traditional tandoor oven, housemade cheese, and Indian spices, chefs whip up classic Indian staples with varying spice levels

$71 $32

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Green Chili's family of flavor aficionados melds more than 49 years of culinary know-how and worldwide travel with international influences to populate an extensive menu of classic Indian and American entrees. Diners can sample an assortment of traditional Indian dishes, including mint-tinged chicken tikka ($6.99) tucked neatly into a spinach, white, or wheat wrap. Shrimp curry ($10.50) zings taste buds with zesty spices and socially relevant one-liners, and a sky-high veggie sandwich ($6.50) buttresses layers of onion, sautéed potatoes, and cilantro between thick slices of bread. To quell crack-of-dawn cravings, Green Chili whips up breakfast items throughout the day, as well as fluffy Indian pancakes ($4.99–$7.99), served with spicy lentil and cool coconut dip. The savory smorgasbord also includes American entrees, such as the Corporate Dog ($3.15–$6.25), a plump hot dog topped with chili, sauerkraut, and upward mobility.

1 Nicholas Rd
Framingham,
MA
US

The chefs at Savoring Indian Cuisine have a couple different tricks for imparting every dish with a burst of flavor. The first involves their spices, which they grind in-house before sprinkling them onto coal-roasted eggplants and various flavored naans. The second's in their tandoor oven, which gives meat a smoky flavor and a light, juicy texture. This makes the resulting cuts of lamb, chicken, and salmon perfect for the house kebabs. The chefs don't only craft meat entrees, however. They also have a full menu of vegetarian entrees, which showcase vegetables like the invite list to a scarecrow's retirement party.

155 Main Street
Maynard,
MA
US

Cooks at Gourmet India sling health-conscious, regional Indian recipes that have garnered praise from the Boston Globe. The casual eatery packs its menu with North Indian fare and serves South Indian specials on weekends, representing the subcontinent better than one grain of rice from each state. Each combo meal rounds up two to three servings from a rotating list of entrees, flanking the savory morsels with basmati rice or naan. Combo meals always include at least one vegetarian entree so diners can pick between vegetable-based gobhi aloo, a dish of cauliflower cooked with ginger; the palak paneer, a blend of spinach and homemade cheese; or a platter of cumin seeds arranged into a pleasing, vegetable shape. Meatier fare includes chicken tikka masala, tender poultry cooked in a tomato-cream sauce, and lamb korma with cashews and raisins. Dishes emerge steaming from the kitchen with fresh-cooked flavor, unlike entrees at other eateries that import their fare from India so it typically arrives cold. Combo meal 2 includes one appetizer, which could include either potato-filled samosas or aromatic onion bhaju.

1245 Worcester St
Natick,
MA
US

Masala Art's dinner menu brings the culinary traditions of India to the mouths of Bostonians with an expansive selection of vegetarian, seafood, lamb, chicken, and tandoori barbecue dishes from all across the subcontinent. Appetizers such as tandoori chicken tacos ($8) showcase Masala's contemporary influences, and traditional, freshly baked breads, including keema naan, bread filled with seasoned ground lamb ($4.50), provide authentic companionship for lonely entrees.

990 Great Plain Ave
Needham,
MA
US

Bombay Mahal Restaurant's executive chef fuses traditional Indian flavors with contemporary twists to create a menu of truly innovative Indian fare. He harnesses the slow, steady heat of a traditional clay tandoor oven to seal in meaty juices, bake naan, and scare away thieving snowmen. The bustling kitchen whips up fresh creations such as curries, tikka masalas, and the specialty seafood masala with pan-seared scallops and shrimp. Thin, flaky crepes called dosai pay homage to southern India, and a vegetarian menu doles out dishes from the western and northern regions. The dining space emulates an exotic setting, swathed in a soft red glow that washes over exposed wooden beams and a divider carved with ornate designs, which are usually reserved for picnic tables vandalized by art students.

458 Moody St
Waltham,
MA
US

Kabab & Tandoor's chefs whip up authentic dishes with Hyderabadi and North Indian origins. Tickle taste buds with the kheema cutlet, seasoned potatoes baked brown and comingling with minced chicken ($2.99), or Indian cottage-cheese-stuffed paneer paratha ($4.99). The baked tandoori mutton wears a coat made of yogurt and spices ($14.99), the fish curry surfs waves of ebbing hunger swells ($15.99), and more than 10 vegetarian options, such as the bargary baigan—an entire eggplant curryfied and swimming in peanut-sesame sauce ($10.99)— satisfy herbivorous-leaning patrons.

315 Moody Street
Waltham,
MA
US