Indian food is typically served with naan, a flatbread that some people refer to as "pizza if it didn't have all those gross toppings." Try a slice with this Groupon.
- $15 for $30 worth of Indian food
- See the menu.
The key to great Indian food, according to the chefs at Pooja Restaurant, isn’t its spiciness, but its spices. Roasted, fried, or ground into pastes, the culinary team’s handpicked spices are carefully deployed to bring out each dish’s strongest aromas and flavors. Spices marinate okra and succulent lamb, heat up shrimp cooked in honey and vinegar and add zest to cream sauce coating vegetable balls stuffed with homemade cheese. Besides spices, Pooja’s cooks rely on curry powders, meats, and veggies—all fresh, never canned or packaged—for the restaurant's other 160-plus traditional options, which range from goat curry to sag paneer.
81% of 423 customers recommend
“I could not figure out if Pooja was under new management or not. The food potions seemed a little smaller but continued to taste great. I will continue to patronize...”
“I could not figure out if Pooja was under new management or not. The food potions seemed a little smaller but continued to taste great. I will continue to patronize Pooja because their food is always great and atmosphere us pleasant.”
“Food was good , ambiance was nice”
“Very good food and service”