Perfect for a lunch break at work, a dinner party with family, or takeout meals on the weekends, Indian food is both nutritious and delicious. Spiced dishes of all kinds for both meat eaters and vegetarians make Indian food a great choice for everyone. Try these deals at the best Indian restaurants nearest you today.
"This is now called Taste of India and i popped in for a snack as i was waiting for my wife and friends to finish shopping at Ross'. The samosas were huge and the mango drink was very tasty although don't know if it was really freshly made. Suspect it came from a can and then mixed with water. They do have a little buffet there for $9.99 but did not have time to try."-YouChang
"Really good Indian food. They'll make it as hot or mild as you like. We had Rogen Josh, Tikka Masala and Bryani with Garlic Naan and onion Naan. All excellent. We'll worth it.."-Gail S.
"Piping hot and delicious nan bread. Friendly, inviting and clean atmosphere. Such a helpful and sweet server - tip well. Delicious food. Not as much selection as we have had but well worth another visit. We will be back.."-Brenda M.
"This is the second time we were visited there. The food is excellent again and especially their dosa's are really special and awesome taste. Also, the staff is very courteous and friendly. It is really good that they are accepting Groupon and providing excellent service. Keep it up.."-Venkatajalam S.
"The place doesn't have great ambience but it is crowded as they serve good tasty food and is really inexpensive by American standards. You find very few customers from other than Indian Sub-Content but they also have a continuous flow of people who come and carry or use delivery service. The choice for dishes is limited but both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food is good. You can ask for disposable plates and cuttlery. The staff is freindly, customers are also freindly with strangers. It is not a place where you can take guests.."-SSBATC
"service was a little slow when it got busy; you may want to invest in more staff at peak times but we will definitely return."-Linda M.
"Excellent food. one star cut due to rice quality and big pieces of ginger in Daal. One may definitely enjoy this daal but we were little disconnected. Still its worth.."-Dharmendra S.
If you go to an Indian buffet, be sure you plate at least four different dishes. Fill your plate with basmati rice, chicken tikka masala, and don’t forget to rip off some naan to soak up extra sauces. Or try Aloo Gobi, a dry curry with potatoes and cauliflower, a filling option for vegans, vegetarians, and gluten-free diners.
Looking for a dish with less kick? Samosas aren’t spicy and pack just as much flavor as any other dish in the buffet lineup. This savory pastry is one of India’s most popular side dishes. Plus, when finger food is the question the answer is always yes.