Indian Restaurants in Suffern

Up to 58% Off at Karavalli Regional Cuisine of India

Nanuet

$56 $27

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

53% Off Indian Fare at Bombay Grill

New City

$84.70 $40

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

Up to 40% Off Indian Cuisine at Brick Lane Curry House

Ridgewood

$72 $45

Ten types of curry lend spice to goat, fish, and vegetables, while sizzling plates of lamb kebabs arrive from the tandoor oven

48% Off Indian Cuisine at Bhog Indian Restaurant

Pleasantville

$40 $21

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

Up to 53% Off Indian Food at New Delhi Palace

Hackensack

$41.85 $20

Tandoor oven specialties such as marinated lamb and chicken tikka, fish korma, and vegetarian chana masala—spiced chickpeas in tomato sauce

Up to 69% Off Indian Cuisine at Mumbai Grill

Jackson Heights

$77 $29

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Jackson Heights restaurant serves fresh, healthy, halal Indian cuisine; meals serve groups of two or four

50% Off Indian Cuisine at Mumbai Spices

Northeast Yonkers

$30 $15

Authentic Indian dishes, such as chicken tikka masala, tandoori prawns, and vegetarian curry with fresh cheese and peas

Up to 61% Off at Maurya Cuisine of India

Middle Village

$50 $22

Tandoori specialties and other Indian dishes such as chicken tikka masala, lamb vindaloo, and mixed-vegetable curry

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At Bombay Spice Grill, you don't have to grab a table to enjoy the spices and sauces of Indian cuisine. Instead, Executive Chef Sunil Kumar designed a menu full of Indian meats, tofu, curries, and toppings that can be customized into a flavorful meal-on-the-go. Though the sauces come in traditional varieties such as curry, tikka masala, spinach, and vindaloo, the preparation veers from the methods of India to create healthier dishes. Chefs eschew cooking with ghee—Indian clarified butter—and instead use olive oil for heart-healthy wraps, sandwiches, salads, and bowls. And though wraps come with a slice of freshly baked naan or roti bread, clients can opt to make their dish gluten-free by swapping out bread for quinoa or rice. Guests can even customize their dish to be vegetarian and vegan, with ingredients clearly denoted on the menu. And to pair with a main entree, they can grab traditional Indian sides such as samosas and rice pudding.

261 S Little Tor Rd
New City,
NY
US

• One appetizer (up to a $9 value) • Two entrees (up to a $17 value each) • One order of bread (up to a $5 value) • One dessert (up to a $5 value)

22 Oak St
Ridgewood,
NJ
US

Tradition meets innovation at Diwani Indian Restaurant. Some dishes are absolute classics, and the chef is determined to soar past other restaurants' takes on tradition. For instance, every entrée emerging from the clay oven, or tandoor, is consciously designed to be a juicy and vividly flavorful alternative to what Diwani's chef has diagnosed as the sub-par tandoori cuisine found at many establishments. Other chef favorites include fried vegetable fritters and chickpeas prepared with cumin and pomegranate seeds, which rapidly sprout into a tree diners can take home in a to-go pot. And then there are the menu's completely unexpected dishes, like venison and wild boar chops. But what all the dishes have in common is that each is made to order, with heat levels that can raised upon request.

47 E Ridgewood Ave
Ridgewood,
NJ
US

Though Mantra Head Chef Purvesh Patel is known for his creative takes on Indian cuisine—including chaat, or snack food, garnished with tender lobster meat—his careful, French-inspired cooking also leaves its mark on the menu’s traditional entrees. "Each ingredient seemed to have bathed for just the right number of hours in its yogurt marinade; each was precisely cooked; and each carried a heady overtone of spices," a New York Times food writer recalled of a tandoori dish in 2008. In contrast to these subtle flavors, Mantra’s presentation often has theatrical flair; chefs chop chaat dishes tableside and set a banana flambé dessert ablaze with rum.

Both locations’ sleek dining rooms also go for drama with bold, modern decor. In Jersey City, red accents simmer against warm-toned walls. Next to the Paramus spot's mosaic-tiled bar, live flames dance on the low wall between the dining room and lounge, upping the “amazement factor” for Cody Kendall of the Star-Ledger.

275 E State Rt 4
Paramus,
NJ
US

Bollywood Bistro is a restaurant that introduced Indian cuisine to the Pleasantville area in 2006. We have young families to empty nesters, a whole range of different people who have been loyal customers from the time we opened.

68 Wheeler Ave
Pleasantville,
NY
US

Gateway of India's authentic ambiance houses fragrant aromas from a wide selection of classic Indian cuisine. Tantalizing appetizers such as the vegetable pakora summon appetites with veggies battered in lightly seasoned lentil flour, and the kebab sampler dispenses spears of chicken, lamb, and fish—provided they're not touring as an alternative-country trio. Delicious flats of naan bread sop up sauces and act as makeshift bibs bursting with flavors of garlic, coconut and cherries, or unleavened whole-wheat grains. Gnaw on entrees such as the lamb korma—decadent pieces of spiced lamb swimming in onion, cashew, and almond cream sauce—or nibble the palak paneer, a dish of homemade Indian cheese and spinach. A selection of classic dishes such as chicken tikka masala and goat biryani with rice challenge exotic combinations such as lobster curry to freestyle Bollywood dance-offs.

299 Queen Anne Rd
Teaneck,
NJ
US