Indian Restaurants in Johns Creek


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  • Palace
    The Palace's staff unfolds an extensive menu bustling with Northern Indian fare as well as a variety of Indo-Chinese dishes. Appetizers tantalize taste buds with platters such as the seekh kebab masala ($14) and the Veggie Manchurian, consisting of dumplings dressed with a chili-garlic sauce and Polaroids of Frank Sinatra ($7). Custom entrees such as chicken ($13), goat ($14), and paneer ($12) are served with a choice of rice or naan and are concocted with one of a dozen flavors, including curry and jhalfrezi, which swirls with veggies, spices, and The Palace's special sauce. Noontime munchers can mix and match lunch-buffet dishes into a multi-course feast or use a selection of sauces to paint Ganesh's profile on their napkins ($9.99).
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    6131 Peachtree Pkwy
    Norcross, GA US
  • Royal Indian Cuisine
    Fashioned after Jaipur, a gem of Rajasthan, Jaipur Royal Indian Cuisine excites the senses with aromatic spice mixes prepared separately each day for each dish. Among an interior of authentic figurines in elaborate dress and strung beads baring images of vibrantly colored birds, they serve a menu of traditional dishes rooted in North Indian cuisines. That includes rich grilled lamb, chicken, and seafood, as well as complex curries and plenty of fresh vegetarian dishes. They welcome guests to pair such variety of tastes with flavorful beverages such as aam ki lassi, a whipped mango and yogurt drink.
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    4315 Abbotts Bridge Rd
    Duluth, GA US
  • Udipi Cafe
    Udipi Cafe's traditional Indian ingredients and recipes form the basis of its expansive menu of flavorful vegetarian delights. Serenade taste sensors with appetizers such as a delectable potato-cauliflower duet of aloo gobi ($8.50) or the broad tasting board of the assorted sampler platter ($7.95). Dry and spicy chickpeas swim in a pond of piquant curry sauce in the chana masala curry ($8.50), which pairs pleasantly with a side of paratha bread ($1.95). Indo-Chinese specialties transport diners to the northern climes of the subcontinent with flavor combinations such as vegetable hakka noodles ($7.95), and dinner specials fill traditional platters with offerings such as the royal madras special thali and royal south indian thali ($13.50 each).
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    3300 Peachtree Industrial Blvd
    Duluth, GA US
  • Purnima
    Wholeheartedly embracing the flavors and ingredients of southern Asia, Purnima Bangladeshi Cuisine's chefs create regionally specific dishes that, at first glance, would seem to fit perfectly on the menu of an Indian eatery. This is evident in dishes such as the butter chicken, which the chefs grill inside a clay tandoor oven before stewing the boneless white meat in a creamy tomato sauce. Even the entrees of smoked eggplants and stewed lentils pop with aromatic blends of Indian spices. And while the neighboring nations of India and Bangladesh share an affinity for the same sorts of herbs and sauces, Purnima Bangladeshi Cuisine reveals its roots in dishes such as the various polao entrees?rice dishes featuring everything from peas to fruit.
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    4646 Buford Highway NE
    Atlanta, GA US

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