Indian Restaurants in Georgetown


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  • Chola Indian Restaurant
    Chola Indian Restaurant’s menu sends diners on a whirlwind tour of culinary traditions from across the entire Indian subcontinent. The kitchen’s clay tandoor oven roasts skewers of succulent lamb or chicken, and the chefs create southern-Indian dosas by filling rice and lentil crêpes with aromatic combinations of ginger- and onion-based fillings. Meanwhile, dishes from the Indo-Chinese border earn their own space on the menu, tempting diners with orders of fried rice or chili-spiced cottage cheese. Although steaming entrees emerge from the kitchen, the dining room’s mint-green walls help to create a cooler ambiance. Intricate archways divide the space in two, separating the buffet’s steaming tables from the restaurant’s abominable-snowman section.
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    2601 S Interstate 35
    Round Rock, TX US
  • Tarka Indian Kitchen
    Indian fare is unmatched at Tarka Indian Kitchen, where the curry is almost as hot as its five-star ratings. You won't find any low-fat fare here, though, so leave some room to indulge. Little guys and gals will also love dining at Tarka Indian Kitchen, which offers a family-friendly environment (and menu). Getting online is easy with Tarka Indian Kitchen's free and convenient wifi. Open air seating is ready for diners at Tarka Indian Kitchen when the weather is warm. Delivery and takeout are also available. You'll be knocking down our door to pick up your food, or we'll be knocking down yours. Drivers can find parking right by the restaurant, so don't forget your car keys.
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    201 University Oaks
    Round Rock, TX US
  • Teji's
    Teji's is creating unique Indian dishes with bold flavors that are getting recognized as top-of-the-line. Vegans, fear not. Teji's is serving up healthy savory dishes you won't want to miss. Have a few picky young eaters in the family? Not a problem at Teji's, where the food and ambience are perfect for family dining. Teji's can also cater your next party; call today for details. Can't stay at Teji's long? Pick up and go home. Ample parking is located near Teji's. Find your sweet (or savory) spot at Teji's, where you can opt for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
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    1205 Round Rock Ave
    Round Rock, TX US
  • Kadai Indian Kitchen
    Kadai Indian Kitchen’s menu reflects the range of northern Indian dishes, including aromatic curries and grilled kabobs. Discs of naan and skewers of chicken and lamb rest inside the clay tandoor oven and roast over a smoldering pile of coals and NASA’s rejected paper-airplane designs. Lentils, chickpeas, and fresh cheese stew alongside sauces brimming with ginger and cumin, all of which go into vegetarian entrees prepared with separate sets of pots and utensils. The chefs also tailor the amount of spice they add to every order.
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    12920 West Parmer Lane
    Cedar Park, TX US
  • Bombay Bistro Austin
    Chefs Rakesh Menhdiratta and Prem Singh Jayara together have more than six decades of experience cooking Indian fare. While Rakesh was working at a state banquet to honor Bill Clinton in New Delhi, Prem was publishing his own Indian cookbook and teaching at culinary schools throughout New York City. Now, the two Indian-borne chefs have united to bring their culinary skills to the menu at Bombay Bistro. In the eatery, stained-glass lights dangle over booths, casting a pastel blush on exposed-brick walls. The bar is lit from behind with neon orange, hinting at the smoldering flames of the bistro's clay oven. As the kitchen doors open, dark hardwood tables fill with shrimp, lamb, and goan fish curry, accented by tamarind and sweet coconut milk. Warm baked naan sops up sauce from tandoori shrimp and salmon steeped in garlic, ginger, and lemon juice. While perusing the bistro's cocktail menu, guests can question servers about the lunch buffet or the best novel they’ve ever found written on a napkin.
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    10710 Research Blvd
    Austin, TX US
  • Daawat Indian Cuisine
    When Austin Chronicle food reviewer Mick Vann stopped by Daawat Indian Cuisine, he was delighted to find that its chefs whipped up small batches of each buffet dish, which meant the empty trays were constantly replaced with hot, fresh food. He praised Daawat's Chettinad-style goat curry and Mughlai malai chicken curry with yogurt, cream, and saffron, but he was particularly impressed with its naan, which arrived table-side straight out of the piping-hot tandoor oven. In addition to the buffet dishes, chefs prepare traditional entrees, including south Indian specialties, as well as a few Indo-Chinese options. These mildly spiced rice and noodle eats often appeal to diners who, much like a snowman, dislike a lot of heat.
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    500 Canyon Ridge Dr, Ste L-275
    Austin, TX US

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