Diverse array of cuisine from India’s 28 culinary regions, including lamb vindaloo from Goa and shrimp masala from Bhopal
What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $12 for $20 worth of food for two, valid anytime except for dinner Friday or Saturday
- $22 for $40 worth of food for four, valid anytime except for dinner Friday or Saturday
- $24 for $40 worth of food for dinner for four on Friday or Saturday
- See the menu.
The Fine Print
About Indiya: Flavors of India
It would be too simple to describe Indiya as an Indian restaurant. After all, India is a vast nation with large metropolitan areas, small towns, and everything in between, encompassing hundreds of local cuisines. In this spirit, Chef Vipul Bhasin draws inspiration from India's 28 culinary regions to create a diverse menu celebrating the country's full spectrum of flavors. On any given day, he fires up the tandoori oven to grill tangy chicken kebabs, bake garlic naan bread, and char-grill jumbo shrimps. Away from the clay oven, Chef Bhasin crafts curries and vegetarian specialties such as Paneer Makhani: homemade cheese cubes simmered in a tomato-honey sauce.