Spice India

Southeast Arlington

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North Indian recipes blend cardamom, cumin, and ginger with zabiha halal meats and fresh veggies for clay-oven dishes and sautéed curries

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$7 for $15 Worth of Indian Food

The menu features rosemary-chicken-kebab starters ($9.49) and entrees such as vegetarian chana masala with garbanzo beans ($8.99), lamb biryani with rice ($8.99), and kadai goat with bell peppers and tomato in brown-onion gravy ($8.99).

Spice India

Cardamom, cumin, turmeric, and ginger rain down upon warm sauté pans, mingling with fresh veggies and zabiha halal meats for zesty curries. This is just one of many cooking methods for Spice India's talented chefs, who specialize in the pure, traditional flavors of North Indian dishes. Tender chunks of lamb, chicken, and housemade paneer also marinate in similar seasonings as chefs cure them at high temperatures in an authentic clay tandoor––the same cylindrical clay oven used to bake Spice India's many flatbreads and pairs of khaki slacks on blustery winter days. The eatery's vegetarian dishes draw heavily from the flavors of black lentils, chickpeas, and sumptuous dried fruits.

Spice India

Cardamom, cumin, turmeric, and ginger rain down upon warm sauté pans, mingling with fresh veggies and zabiha halal meats for zesty curries. This is just one of many cooking methods for Spice India's talented chefs, who specialize in the pure, traditional flavors of North Indian dishes. Tender chunks of lamb, chicken, and housemade paneer also marinate in similar seasonings as chefs cure them at high temperatures in an authentic clay tandoor––the same cylindrical clay oven used to bake Spice India's many flatbreads and pairs of khaki slacks on blustery winter days. The eatery's vegetarian dishes draw heavily from the flavors of black lentils, chickpeas, and sumptuous dried fruits.

Customer Reviews

The people working there are very friendly.
Tabitha T. · March 25, 2013
My daughter's initiation to Indian food was a success!
Tammie E. · January 11, 2013
Good food & good choices.
Larry B. · November 8, 2012

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