Indian Restaurants in New York


King of Tandoor: $1 Buys You a Coupon for A Free Beer Or Glass Of House Wine When Purchasing An Entree at King of Tandoor

$1 Buys You a Coupon for A Free Beer Or Glass Of House Wine When Purchasing An Entree at King of Tandoor

King of Tandoor

Brooklyn

For $1, receive a coupon for a free beer or glass of house wine when purchasing an entree

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Tulsi: $75 for a Three-Course Meal at Michelin-Starred Tulsi ($119 Value). Reservation Through Groupon Required.

$75 for a Three-Course Meal at Michelin-Starred Tulsi ($119 Value). Reservation Through Groupon Required.

Tulsi

Midtown East

Michelin-starred restaurant founded by “the Yo-Yo Ma of the tandoor” serves up authentic but sophisticated Indian cuisine

$119 $75

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LaZeez Restaurant: $22 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $20 Worth of Indian Food at LaZeez Restaurant ($40 Total Value)

$22 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $20 Worth of Indian Food at LaZeez Restaurant ($40 Total Value)

LaZeez Restaurant

Central Avenue

Oven-baked tandoori chicken, salmon curry, and vegetarian samosa appetizers

$20 $10

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The Indian Clove: Half Off Indian Food at Indian Clove

Half Off Indian Food at Indian Clove

The Indian Clove

Staten Island

Wine washes down samosas, tandoor-fresh lobster, and lamb vindaloo at restaurant staff says was recommended by Michelin guide in 2010

$30 $15

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Sakoon Indian Restaurant: Indian Dinner for Two or Four at Sakoon Indian Restaurant (Up to 47% Off)

Indian Dinner for Two or Four at Sakoon Indian Restaurant (Up to 47% Off)

Sakoon Indian Restaurant

Hicksville

Specialities including tandoori chicken and kashmiri kebabs carry diners to India in this newly renovated restaurant

$67.70 $37

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Bombay Grill: Indian Dinner with Wine or Indian Dinner Buffet for Two or Four at Bombay Grill (Up to 53% Off)

Indian Dinner with Wine or Indian Dinner Buffet for Two or Four at Bombay Grill (Up to 53% Off)

Bombay Grill

New City

Indian meat and veggie kebabs, biryani, and curries travel from traditional tandoor oven into bright dining room with hardwood floors

$84.75 $40

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Santoor Indian Grill: Four-Course Indian Meal for Two or Four at Santoor Indian Grill (Up to 51% Off)

Four-Course Indian Meal for Two or Four at Santoor Indian Grill (Up to 51% Off)

Santoor Indian Grill

Glen Oaks

Restaurant specializes in northern Indian dishes such as tandoori chicken, goat vindaloo, and aloo gobhi

$65.70 $37

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Namaste: Indian Dinner for Two with Appetizer and Desserts at Namaste (Up to 63% Off)

Indian Dinner for Two with Appetizer and Desserts at Namaste (Up to 63% Off)

Namaste

Astoria

Tandoors bake skewers of chicken and shrimp; curries add spice to authentic dishes

$66.75 $25

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Bhog Indian Restaurant: $21 for $40 Worth of Indian Cuisine at Bhog Indian Restaurant

$21 for $40 Worth of Indian Cuisine at Bhog Indian Restaurant

Bhog Indian Restaurant

Pleasantville

Indian classics served in a refined dining room range from goat curry to butter chicken and fluffy, fresh-baked naan

$40 $21

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Karavalli Regional Cuisine of India: Indian Dinner for Two or Four at Karavalli Regional Cuisine of India (Up to 51% Off)

Indian Dinner for Two or Four at Karavalli Regional Cuisine of India (Up to 51% Off)

Karavalli Regional Cuisine of India

Nanuet

Freshly baked naan pairs with authentic curries, tandoori dishes, and specialties made from lamb, seafood, and vegetables

$56 $33

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The Curry Club: Indian Dinner for Two or Four or $35 for $65 Worth of Indian Food at The Curry Club

Indian Dinner for Two or Four or $35 for $65 Worth of Indian Food at The Curry Club

The Curry Club

Setauket-East Setauket

Low-fat yogurt coats dark-meat chicken kebabs, and tandoori oven bakes spicy warmth into salmon tikka masala at Zagat-rated eatery

$86.93 $45

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Passage to India Restaurant: Dinner for Two or Four or Indian Cuisine for Dine-In or Takeout at Passage to India Restaurant (Up to 45% Off)

Dinner for Two or Four or Indian Cuisine for Dine-In or Takeout at Passage to India Restaurant (Up to 45% Off)

Passage to India Restaurant

Mount Kisco

Contemporary and classic Indian dishes including lamb, chicken, and vegetarian specialties

$80.25 $45

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Saffron Indian Cuisine: Indian Meals for Two or Four at Saffron Indian Cuisine (Up to 53% Off)

Indian Meals for Two or Four at Saffron Indian Cuisine (Up to 53% Off)

Saffron Indian Cuisine

Saffron Indian Cuisine New York

Battered pakoras and puffed-rice apps with wine and main plates of veggie korma, lamb biryani, and tandoori chicken

$51.85 $25

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Mahal Kita Indian Cuisine: Up to 40% Off food and drink at Mahal Kita Indian Cuisine

Up to 40% Off food and drink at Mahal Kita Indian Cuisine

Mahal Kita Indian Cuisine

Brooklyn

From the merchant: $12 for $20 for 2 or more people $24 for $40 for 4 or more people

$20 $12

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Golden Grill: Indian Lunch or Dinner for Two or $13 for $20 Worth of Delivery or Takeout at Golden Grill 

Indian Lunch or Dinner for Two or $13 for $20 Worth of Delivery or Takeout at Golden Grill 

Golden Grill

Richmond Hill

Appetizers such as chicken samosas and entrees such as goat biryani, lamb vindaloo, and paneer butter masala

$38.96 $20

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Sitar Indian Restaurant: Indian and South Asian Cuisine for Two or Four or More at Sitar Indian Restaurant (50% Off)

Indian and South Asian Cuisine for Two or Four or More at Sitar Indian Restaurant (50% Off)

Sitar Indian Restaurant

Albany

Dishes such as shrimp curry, chicken jalfrezi, and vegetarian biryani cooked in a tandoor oven

$30 $15

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Kwality Restaurant: Indian & Chinese Cuisine at Kwality Restaurant (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Indian & Chinese Cuisine at Kwality Restaurant (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Kwality Restaurant

Hicksville

Traditional Indian & Chinese cuisine quiets hunger with options including chicken tikka masala, garlic shrimp, chilly fish and buttery naan

$20 $12

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Britain Indian Restaurant: Indian Meal with Wine for Two or Four at Britain Indian Restaurant (Up to 62% Off)

Indian Meal with Wine for Two or Four at Britain Indian Restaurant (Up to 62% Off)

Britain Indian Restaurant

Boerum Hill

A clay oven cooks chicken marinated in yogurt; curry sauce flavors bite-size bits of fish and shrimp; wine or beer complements meals

$51.90 $22

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Indigo Indian Bistro: Three-Course Dinner with Appetizers, Desserts, and Wine for Two or Four at Indigo Indian Bistro (Up to 59% Off)

Three-Course Dinner with Appetizers, Desserts, and Wine for Two or Four at Indigo Indian Bistro (Up to 59% Off)

Indigo Indian Bistro

New York

Traditional Indian cuisine includes chicken kurma in a saffron-almond sauce as well as fish curry with peppered-tomato broth

$55 $25

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Gandhi Restaurant: $11 for $20 Worth of Indian Food at Gandhi Restaurant (Up to 45% Off)

$11 for $20 Worth of Indian Food at Gandhi Restaurant (Up to 45% Off)

Gandhi Restaurant

Central Avenue

Chefs whip up Indian specialties such as samosas and curries, tailoring each dish’s spice level to customers’ personal preferences

$20 $11

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Apna Masala Indian Cuisine: Indian Cuisine for Two at Apna Masala Indian Cuisine (50% Off)

Indian Cuisine for Two at Apna Masala Indian Cuisine (50% Off)

Apna Masala Indian Cuisine

East Village

Menu includes rosemary naan, shrimp biryani, chicken tikka masala, sea scallop curry, lamb vindaloo, tandoori prawns, and beef tikka rolls

$30 $15

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Akbar Palace: $20 for $40 Worth of Indian Food at Akbar Palace

$20 for $40 Worth of Indian Food at Akbar Palace

Akbar Palace

Midtown Center

Menu includes chicken biryani, cheese naan, lamb vindaloo, palak paneer, roasted shrimp masala, lamb spinach curry, and lobster korma

$40 $20

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Spice Cove: Indian Dinner for Two or Four at Spice Cove (Up to 55% Off)

Indian Dinner for Two or Four at Spice Cove (Up to 55% Off)

Spice Cove

New York

Marinated salmon cooked in curry sauce, red snapper infused with ginger spice and herbs, chicken tikka masala, and tandoori chicken

$63.75 $29

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Curry Kitchen: Three-Course Meal for Two or Four at Curry Kitchen (Up to 60% Off)

Three-Course Meal for Two or Four at Curry Kitchen (Up to 60% Off)

Curry Kitchen

New York

Guests start with traditional Indian appetizers before digging into an authentic lamb, fish, or veggie entree

$65 $27

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  • Devi
    Devi is palatial, but not in the sense of unattainable grandeur?rather, it seems stuffed to the gills with earthly comforts and visual delights that completely insulate it from the world outside. ?There are restaurants that bring you back to yourself and those that spirit you away. Devi belongs to the latter group, delivering a heady retreat even when the odds against such an escape are longest,? wrote Frank Bruni in a two-star 2004 New York Times review. He also praised the ?pyramid-shaped rice puffs, too golden, crunchy and airy to permit unpleasant thoughts,? the ?faultless? lamb chops, and the ?splendidly moist? halibut. The tandoor is responsible for the latter two dishes, and it?s a virtuosic instrument in the hands of Executive Chef Dheeraj Tomar, who learned its secrets in New Delhi before honing his expertise at five-star hotels in Dubai. Amid all the grilled meats, his menu is exceedingly vegetarian-friendly: a vegan harvest stir-fry brims with a cornucopia of produce, joining beyond-chana-masala dishes such as jackfruit biryani, corn-and-bean curry, and tandoor-grilled vegetarian malai tikka kebabs. The eatery?s meticulously constructed wine list eschews large wineries in favor of small-batch, handmade varieties selected for their ability to complement the cuisine. Inside Devi?s two-story space, nearly every square inch that?s not covered in richly patterned fabrics or panels of gauzy raw silk is festooned with marble and carved wooden arches and balustrades, both imported from India. Lighting is whisper-soft and romantic, supplied by lanterns of ornate colored glass that cluster across the high ceiling like artisanal party balloons left behind after the birthday of a child prince.
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    8 E 18th St.
    New York, NY US
  • Baluchi's
    Rakesh Aggarwal left India for America in 1980 and his culinary talents soon earned him permanent gigs at New York mainstays such as Club 21 and the Oak Room. It wasn’t until 1994, however, that he set the cornerstone for his very own New York mainstay, though he may not have known it at the time. Baluchi’s, which is reminiscent of Rakesh’s childhood nickname, Balu, became an instant hit both for its Zagat-rated Indian cuisine and its exotic decor. Today, Baluchi’s has expanded to five locations throughout the city and received a fair share of ink from New York magazine and the New York Times, whose writer noted that the potato cakes were “among the best” he had eaten. Baluchi’s in Murray Hill sticks to the traditional Indian fare that has brought this chain such widespread success. The menu alternates nicely between meat and vegetarian options, with options such as minced-lamb kebabs with mango salsa and sweet-potato chaats baked in a tandoor and tossed with spices. The tandoori menus teem with robust options such as racks of lamb and whole fish, as well as curries prepared with seafood, lamb, and vegetables that carry just enough spice and heat to melt the heart of a curmudgeonly businessman.
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    310 5th Ave
    Brooklyn, NY US
  • Shalom Bombay
    Shalom Bombay operates under the strict supervision of The Orthodox Union, meaning compliance with kosher dietary laws, such as nixing milk and butter for olive oil, and replacing meat from tofu birds with the vine-ripened alternative. This approach has earned Shalom Bombay a unique following, including celebs such as Rosie O'Donnell, Matisyahu, and Senator Menendez. Bombay's more than 20 vegetarian entrées have also helped earn the 50-seat eatery positive reviews from both The New York Times and The Jewish Voice. Four-foot flames warm the faces of Bombay chefs as they fuse beef and lamb with sumptuous accents of ginger, onion, and fenugreek. While fresh naan and cashew accented chicken bake in Shalom's clay tandoor oven, a fully stocked bar serves up unique beers such as India-imported '1947'––a nod to the year of India's independence, and universally agreed to be the best year for salt water taffy.
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    344 Lexington Ave.
    Manhattan, NY US
  • Delhi Chaat
    The heart of any Indian kitchen?the clay oven?is the main cooking source at Delhi Chaat. The oven (also known as a tandoor) reaches temperatures of 800-degrees, allowing it to quickly and perfectly cook morsels of chicken, lamb, and shrimp that have been marinated in yogurt, ginger, garlic, and exotic spices. The result: sizzling entrees packed full of flavor. The oven also produces freshly-baked naan, roti, and other breads (more than 15 varieties, in fact), perfect for scooping up mouthfuls of curry or fanning the face of a spicy food-loving dining companion. When they aren't manning the oven, chefs stay busy simmering lentils and vegetables in creamy tomato sauce and cashew paste, or by concocting the restaurant's sweet desserts, including pastry balls drizzled in syrup and rice pudding peppered with raisins.
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    3545 Sheridan Dr
    Buffalo, NY US
  • Haveli Indian Cuisine
    Under the guidance of the Sarma brothers, who own and operate Haveli Indian Cuisine, the chefs take care to turn out traditionally crafted Indian dishes that showcase tender lamb and chicken baked in clay ovens. Each geographic region of India has its own variation on common recipes, and Haveli's menu mirrors this broad culinary scope. Plates of vegetarian saag paneer spice up spinach cooked with cubes of cheese, and fiery vindaloo entrees send bites of shrimp or chicken blazing across taste buds. Platters of rich curries and sides, such as freshly baked roti or samosas, keep the lunch buffet packed for people on a break from work or spelunkers searching for something that's truly bottomless.
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    1635 E Henrietta Rd
    Rochester, NY US
  • Paradise Biryani Pointe Yonkers
    The chefs at Paradise Biryani Pointe prepare a sprawling menu of Indian cuisine that showcases authentic flavors drawn from Hyderabadi and Mughlai traditions. Chefs kick off meals with succulent appetizers that range from peppers coated in chickpea flour to fried cauliflower florets coated in sauces to boneless fish fried with curry leaves. Soft slabs of naan—with or without garlic and onions—mitigate the intense, spicy flavors of chicken or goat vindaloo’s tender chunks of curry-laced meats and potatoes. Desserts round up sweet teeth with qubani ka meetha’s dried apricots, dates, and rose petals or gulab jamun’s traditional milk dumplings served in sugar syrup. In addition to chai and mango lassis, Paradise Biryani Pointe also offers beer and wine, perfect for sipping alongside the restaurant's ample lunch buffet.
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    1727 Central Park Ave
    Yonkers, NY US

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