Choose Between Two Options
- $10.99 for Indian lunch buffet for two ($22 value)
- $11 for $20 worth of Indian food for dinner
- See the menu.
Tandoori Paradise’s chefs stock the kitchen with many of the same ingredients found in Indian homes. They use myriad herbs and spices to add bold flavors to chicken legs, shrimp, and pieces of tofu. A traditional clay oven helps them cook marinated proteins, Indian cottage cheese, and fresh vegetables. On the stove, they simmer cauliflower and lamb in creamy curries, resulting in such dishes as gobi aloo and lamb vindaloo. Each dish can be customized according to the diner's tolerance for spiciness, ranging from mild to "I eat molten lava for breakfast."
73% of 293 customers recommend
“This is a good North Indian restaurant”
“Everything tasted good! Waiter was friendly, not overbearing”
“Their food is delicious.”