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Best Indian Food Specials in Boulder

Best deal in Indian food! Lunch special starts at $7.99 and there is a ton of food. They have expanded their dining room now so it's a lot more convenient to sit and enjoy now. My favourite? Chicken masala, butter chicken and all the vegetarian dishes!

The best Indian restaurants in Singapore

Can you handle the heat? You have to if you're living in Singapore where almost every dish packs some heat. One of our favourite go-to cuisine for something spicy is Indian food. You can never get enough of the array of curries, naans, chaats and more we have here. Spice up your life (and diet) by eating your way through these Indian restaurants in Singapore. Featuring north Indian cuisine to Bengali dishes, we scour the city to bring you a delicious roundup of the best Indian eateries and curry houses in town.


We're not sure why it took so long, but Singapore finally has a contemporary Indian restaurant to call its own. Inspired by his travels around South Asia, his Penang heritage and his time working in Singapore, chef Murugan Thevar has come up with creative yet satisfyingly delicious plates at Thevar.

TRY The grilled octopus ($36) served on a bed of smooth masala lentil puree is topped with a tomato chutney for a burst of acidity. The star of the show is the pork ribs glazed with medjool dates ($35) best served with a plate of berry pulao ($12). Decadent and sweet with a touch of smoke, you might think the combination too rich and cloying &ndash it isn't. Instead the fluffy and flavourful pilaf warrants spoonful after spoonful and the pork ribs that easily slide off the bone disappear much too quickly.

Tiffin Room

Just as the architecture of Raffles Singapore has been restored, so has its accompanying North Indian restaurant, Tiffin Room. Having been part of Raffles since 1892, special care has been placed into designing the space: wooden floorboards, reminiscent of those found in the 1900s, have been specially reinstated while the walls come lined with tiffin carriers &ndash a nod to the restaurant&rsquos name and to help lend a homely touch.

TRY No meal at the Tiffin Room is complete without dining out from a tiffin carrier. Here, the Mera Dabba set ($58 for vegetarian selection, $65 for non-vegetarian selection) let&rsquos put together an elevated meal that comes served in an exquisite, four-tiered arrangement. Choose from curries and chutneys, including the Murgh Tandoori, grilled corn-fed chicken breast with garam masala and yoghurt Macher Jhol where barramundi is cooked with ginger and other aromatic spices, as well as Paneer Butter Masala, Indian cottage cheese served in a puffed lotus seed gravy.


Don&rsquot be put off by the school-canteen vibe, or by the fact that the serving counter is so tiny. The nosh is excellent and incredibly good value. Unless you&rsquore Indian, the names of the dishes will probably mean nothing to you, but just about everything deserves a second helping &ndash including the sambal fish, a densely flavoured chicken curry, creamy dahl, and a wonderfully aromatic butter chicken. Wash it all down with masala tea or lime juice.

TRY the butter chicken (from $5) paired with naan (from $1.20), and if you're feeling fancy, indulge in garlic, cheese or butter naan.


For a super polished take on North Indian cuisine, this Tanglin Mall eatery Yantra by Chef Hemant Oberoi &ndash one of India's foremost chefs &ndash pays tribute to fine Indian cooking with an adjusted blend of exemplary and contemporary dishes in a trendy setting.

TRY Dishes like macchi tukda hariyali (tandoor-glazed cod marinated in mint, coriander and curry leaves), the vegetarian paneer aur anjeer ke kebab (a pan-seared cottage cheese and fig patty stuffed with blue cheese) and various chaat platters.

Punjab Grill by Jiggs Kalra

If, like us, you&rsquore into the origins of ancient recipes and travel vicariously through eating, this Punjabi restaurant by acclaimed food historian and cookery show celeb Jiggs Kalra will appeal. Punjab Grill is the sixth (and Singapore&rsquos only) branch of his string of fine-dining establishments, sending you on a journey through cities from Lahore to Rawalpindi.

TRY the tandoori lobster, dahi ke kebab (yoghurt kebab) and the signature paan (betel leaves, fresh cream and sugar) shot.

About Kebab & Curry

Kebab & Curry serves authentic, traditional Indian cuisine in a welcoming atmosphere.

Whether you're looking for comfortable favorites like butter chicken and lamb tikka, vegetarian specials like Veggie Korma and Bombay Aloo, or indulgent desserts like Mango Lassi and house-made Khulfi, you'll find it all at Kebab & Curry.

Conveniently located just off I-55 in Madison/Gluckstadt, Kebab & Curry is the perfect place to grab a quick lunch or pick up dinner for the whole family on the way home.

160 Weisenberger Road
Madison, MS 39110

FRIDAY: 11-2:30 • 5-10
SATURDAY: 11-2:30 • 5-10
SUNDAY: 11-2:30

Chicken Vindaloo

Delicious, frozen Indian meal boxes delivered to your door

  • Indian meal boxes with dishes for the whole family
  • All meals handmade with locally sourced ingredients
  • Vegan, Vegetarian and Gluten Free options available
  • No contract or fee, cancel at any time
  • Delivered next day in fully recyclable packaging

At Praveen Kumar we blast-freeze every dish so that we don’t have to use preservatives, flavour enhancers or other nasties.

Freezing our food lets us deliver all our dishes to you and have them taste just like we grew up eating them in India – giving you the Authentic Indian experience.

As a plus, you can store our dishes in your freezer for whenever you need them! All our dishes are designed to reheat perfectly from frozen, giving you all the convenience of a takeaway from a great Indian restaurant, at your fingertips.

1. Browse our menu and place your order online, choosing your delivery date at checkout.

2. Our team of chefs hand cook all our dishes using authentic recipes and Indian spices.

3. Every dish is blast-frozen to preserve the flavours and nutrients

4. Your order is delivered frozen straight to your door, in 100% recyclable packaging.

5. Store our dishes in the freezer, then simply oven or microwave. Reheat in minutes.

6. Enjoy Praveen Kumar's Authentic Indian Cuisine, in the comfort of your own home!

Delicious, frozen Indian food delivered to your door every month

  • Indian meal boxes with dishes for the whole family
  • All meals made by hand with locally sourced ingredients
  • Vegan, Vegetarian and Gluten Free options available
  • No contract or fee, cancel at any time
  • Delivered next day in fully recyclable packaging

Namaste means ‘I bow to you’ and Praveen Kumar and his wife Swarna would like to welcome you to an Authentic Indian dining experience, which can be enjoyed from the comfort of your own home.

We use only the best of local British produce, combined with spices grown on our family farm in India, to create stunning flavours and multi award-winning Authentic Indian Cuisine.

All our dishes are hand prepared by chefs using the techniques that Praveen learned in India. We’re proud to make delicious food made with the same ingredients you would find in your own kitchen.

Our dishes have less oil than traditional takeaways and no food colouring or additives, so they’re better for you, too. We offer a large selection of vegetarian, vegan, gluten- and dairy-free dishes, so everyone can enjoy our Authentic Indian Cuisine.

Our recipes are tested and approved by the thousands of guests we have had at our award-winning restaurant Tabla in Perth, Scotland, over the last 10 years. We cook high quality Indian meals which provide all of the nutrition and flavour of a home cooked meal, whilst still giving the convenience required for today’s busy lifestyles.


KTs (Boulder)

The K stands for Kirk and the T stands for Tricia but the BBQ has stood on its own for 20 years. Some of their first customers still come back two decades later for the pulled pork. Offering six regional styles of BBQ including their unique “Boulder County Style” they also do catering for all events. People particular about their pork eat at KTs.

Georgia Boys (East County)

If you close your eyes while in line at Georgia Boys you can almost imagine waiting on a front porch somewhere in the South, sipping on sweet tea as the heat and smell of barbecue surround you like a warm blanket. Without a doubt, they have some of the best damn ribs in the State. Who needs a six-pack when you can have ribs like that?

Denver Landlord Refuses Muslim Restaurant Owners, Demands An ɺmerican Person'

The irony is that the landlady has a thick accent: she herself is not "American" by her own definition.

Yea, she owns/runs Cap Hill Liquors by the Queen Soopers. She is insanely mean and racist. And her liquor store sucks.

This isn't an excuse for her racism, but if she's an immigrant herself and has faced people being shitty to her for her accent, wanting a basic, white American (TM) could be a coping mechanism.

Or she's just a racist old bat.

I personally know Rashad and he's an awesome person. Super bummed this happened to him. Also, Curry n Kebob is a wonderful restaurant and has the best Indian food!

I love Curry N Kebob, the staff and owners are so friendly and the food is amazing especially given the price. When I moved out of Boulder it was one of the only things I missed. I couldn't think of a better business to have in a neighborhood or to have for tenants. This landlord didn't even agree to meet the Khans and give them a chance. Her loss, this place would raked in business.

Curry n Kebob is the best. I'm friends with many of the Khans and they are a great family. Rashad is a great person, extremely friendly, and has been on top of the ball with the family restaurant. Can't wait for a Denver location!

Well, that's about as cut-and-dry racial religious discrimination as you'll see all week. jeez.

Religious discrimination, but either counts as a prptected class

I dunno, we better check with the Supreme Court again.

All the more reason to go to Skyline Spirits!

You've got to be kidding me. Demanding an "American person, good like you and me" in the most broken-ass English I've ever seen in a news article.

She has a terrible liquor store. I think it's time we all stop patronizing her liquor store. Over priced and always rude. Her discriminatory actions should affect her business. Edit: It's time for public shaming and a boycott, the good old fashioned American way.

Maybe just one exception though, send in a lot of Muslims just to wander around and look for a half hour and not buy anything

Patronize vs patronize. I’m confused, i thought j was making fun of her without shopping in her store

I live a few blocks from there, and would have LOVED to have a curry place so close. The liquor store is laughably bad, and knowing that I’m now missing out on this because such a stupid reason just reaffirms why I never go near the place.

Plus, I bet if I were to want to sublease the restaurant she’d have no problem, even though I’m not American or Christian but am the “right” colour (edit: “color” to show I’m trying to adapt)

The 10 Best Indian Restaurants in Massachusetts

Nirvana The Taste of India → Cambridge → Directions & Maps
Nirvana The Taste of India Coupon
1680 Massachusetts Ave Massachusetts MA Phone: 617 441 5566
vegetarian food, pleasant music, great ambience, hot location, chicken tikka masala, lamb vindaloo, halal food, good lunch buffet

India Quality Restaurant → Boston → Directions & Maps
India Quality Restaurant Coupon
484 Commonwealth Avenue Massachusetts MA Phone: 617 267 4499
Good Reviews, nice ambience and good food, thali, veg samosas, chicken tikka masala, mango lassi, aloo palak, lentil soup

Mirchi Nation-Indian Kitchen → Marlborough → Directions & Maps
197-H Boston Post Road West Massachusetts MA Phone: 508 357 6551
Casual, booth-lined Indian restaurant in a strip mall, popular for its all-you-can-eat lunch buffet,

Udupi Bhavan Restaurant → Lowell → Directions & Maps
1717 Middlesex St #3 Massachusetts MA Phone: 978 654 6653
Vegetarian South Indian food, Good vegan options, best value for money, They offer student discount too

Soul of India → Sudbury → Directions & Maps
103 Boston Post Rd Massachusetts MA Phone: 978 261 5790
Tidy, comfortable restaurant & bar providing traditional & modern Indian dishes, plus a buffet,

Mayuri Indian Cuisine → Acton → Directions & Maps
5 Nagog Park Massachusetts MA Phone: 978 274 2323
Unassuming strip-mall restaurant offering Northern & Southern Indian staples, plus a lunch buffet,

Vaanga Boston → Boston → Directions & Maps
102 Water St Massachusetts MA Phone: 617 624 0300
classic & creative South Indian dishes from dosas to fusion tacos,

Gourmet India → Boston → Directions & Maps
1 Faneuil Hall Sq Massachusetts MA Phone: 617 557 9300
Indian fast food, bland food, too many complaints

Gourmet India # Burlington → Burlington → Directions & Maps
75 Middlesex Turnpike Massachusetts MA Phone: 781 270 0200
counter-service chain outpost serving a wide variety of standard Northern Indian plates,

Virsa De Punjab → Bedford → Directions & Maps
347 Great Rd Massachusetts MA Phone: 781 538 6136
Relaxed, colorful Indian eatery & bar featuring Punjabi staples & a daily lunch buffet,

Namaste Nepali and Indian Cuisine → Stoneham → Directions & Maps
58 Montvale Ave Massachusetts MA Phone: 781 438 9688
chicken specials, lamb specials, beverages, desserts, biriyani, bread, vegertarian specials

Tanjore → Cambridge → Directions & Maps
18 Eliot Street Massachusetts MA Phone: 617 868 1900
south indian food : spicy chaats, malai kofta, chicken tikka masala

Halal Indian Cuisine → Boston → Directions & Maps
736 Huntington Ave Massachusetts MA Phone: 617 232 5000
Goat saagwala, lamb vindaloo, mango lassi

Shan-A-Punjab → Brookline → Directions & Maps
Shan-A-Punjab Coupon
500 Harvard St Massachusetts MA Phone: 617 734 9000
Petite bistro & bar serving traditional & modern Indian dishes , including a buffet,

Punjabi Dhaba → Cambridge → Directions & Maps
225 Hampshire St Massachusetts MA Phone: 617 547 8272
Cash Only : best indian food in cambridge, hole-in-the-wall restaurant, authentic indian food, saag paneer, mango lassi, lamb seekh kababs, chicken tikka, paneer chili masala, aloo gobi, shahi paneer korma

Mint Indian Eatery → Somerville → Directions & Maps
868 Broadway Massachusetts MA Phone: 617 764 2515
Indian food in Northern Cambridge area : Chicken Tikka Masala, Saag, Samosa

Passage to India → Cambridge → Directions & Maps
Passage to India Coupon
1900 Masachussetts Ave Massachusetts MA Phone: 617 497 6113
vegan amd vegetarian options, pakoras, samosas, chicken tikka masala, chicken korma, chicken chili, garlic naan

Punjab Palace → Boston → Directions & Maps
109 Brighton Ave Massachusetts MA Phone: 617 254 1500
vegetarian options, chicken paneer, chicken handi, mango lassi

Mehak Halal Cuisine → Boston → Directions & Maps
329 Sumner St Massachusetts MA Phone: 617 567 1900
Halal Restaurant : Lamb Biriyani, chicken naan, beef nehari, chapli kebob, achari chicken, chicken kofta, mango lassi

Shanti Restaurant → Dorchester → Directions & Maps
1111 Dorchester Ave Massachusetts MA Phone: 617 929 3900
Indian and Bangladeshi dishes - lunch buffet served in a jewel-toned room with traditional accents

Shanti Restaurant → Roslindale → Directions & Maps
Shanti Restaurant Coupon
4197 Washington St Massachusetts MA Phone: 617 325 3900
Indian & Bangladeshi dishes & a lunch buffet served in a jewel-toned room with traditional accents,

Shanti Restaurant → Cambridge → Directions & Maps
Shanti Restaurant Coupon
7 Broad Canal Way Massachusetts MA Phone: 617 714 5051
Indian & Bangladeshi dishes & a lunch buffet served in a jewel-toned room with traditional accents,

Vaisakhi Indian Restaurant → Boston → Directions & Maps
157 Sutherland Rd Massachusetts MA Phone: 617 487 8941
Relaxed, red-orange hued eatery offering classic Indian fare such as tandooris & curries,

The Indian cuisine is as diverse as its culture, languages, regions and its climate. Every major region of India brings its own unique dishes and subtle variations to popular dishes. Aromatic spices are the essence of Indian cuisine. Extensive listings of authentic indian food restaurants and cuisine serving the Indian community.
Indian Restaurant Coupons

Indian food for beginners : what to order?
One thing you have to remember about Indian cuisine is that it is not a generic cuisine. It is intensely regional (north indian, south indian, bengali, kerala, goan) and what you should order should correspond with the regionality of the restaurant you are at! If you are a first timer, go easy on spice - mild is preferable.

Indian Appetizer's
Assorted appetizer sampler is fail proof
Non Veg : tandoori chicken (bbq), kababs, seek kabobs, tiger prawns
Veg : paneer pakoras, veggie samosas, hara bhara kabab

Non Vegetarian Indian Food
chicken tikka masala, makhani chicken (aka butter chicken), tandoori dishes, chicken biryani, goan vindaloo

Vegetarian India Dishes
saag paneer, malai kofta, palak paneer, gobi manchurian, chickpeas, baingan bharta, matar paneer, aloo matar
Indian Vegan Dishes : Indian cuisine is the vegan’s friendly
Vegan Appetizer : Hara Bhara Kabab, Onion, Cauliflower or Okra Bhajis, Vegetable Samosas, Pakoras

Vegan Entree : Vegetable Biryani, Sambar, Rajma, Gobi Manchurian, Baingan Bharta, Saag Aloo, Aloo Gobi, Tarka Daal

Vegan Street Food : Masala Dosa, Aloo Puri, Chole Bathure

Chaat Places : Indian Street Food pani puri, bhel puri, pav baaji, vada pav, dahi puri, dosa, idli, dahi vadas, uttapams

The cuisine of India is characterized by the use of various spices, herbs and other vegetables grown in India and also for the widespread practice of vegetarianism across many sections of its society. Each family of Indian cuisine is characterized by a wide assortment of dishes and cooking techniques. As a consequence, it varies from region to region, reflecting the varied demographics of the ethnically diverse Indian subcontinent.

Vegetables are an integral part of indian food and consume them in a number of ways. For pure vegetarians India is a heaven. India can boast for its innumerable varieties of tasty and nutritious vegetarian dishes. Indians like their vegetable curries real hot 'n' spicy and so add a number of spices to make them really exotic. These are also prepared using different methods of cooking like baking, boiling, frying etc. We offer a number of tempting Indian vegetarain recipes of dishes like Navratan Korma, Shahi Paneer etc. to the connoisseurs of taste.

Indian Food in Boston, Cambridge, Northampton, Framingham, Somerville, Waltham, Chicopee, Allston, Amherst, Arlington, Billerica, Lowell, Quincy, Shrewsbury and Westborough.

4. Naan (Flatbread)

If you’ve never experienced good naan bread, your life has been much less delicious than it could be.

Naan is a leavened, oven-baked flatbread. You normally serve Naan with all meals.

This bread is the perfect combination of chewy and crispy, buttery and garlicky. It’s exactly what every Indian dish needs to complement the otherwise bright and intense flavors.

There are many different types of naan breads depending on what you’re in the mood for.

  • Butter and garlic naan bread are the classics.
  • Paneer naan is a delicious Indian cheese type.
  • Chili naan is great for those spice fiends.
  • And of course, there’s always the classic, no-fuss, plain naan.

However you eat it, naan acts as almost a spoon to soup up sauce or dipped into chutneys. An Indian meal isn’t complete without naan at its side.

5. Matar Paneer (Peas and Cooked Cottage Cheese)

Here’s another for the “Indian vegetarian dishes” category!

Matar paneer comes from regions of northern India. It’s made up of a yummy tomato sauce over paneer (farmer’s cheese) and peas, and spiced with garam masala.

Like many Indian dishes, matar paneer is best when paired with a cooling side dish, like cream or bread.

Depending on the region, it’s likely to be served with rice, naan, paratha, poori, or roti.

Enjoy dipping your bread (or Naan) into the tomato gravy after you eat up the cheese and veggies.

Whether you choose naan, yogurt, aloo, or cream, to pair with this dish, your taste buds will thank you!

6. Rogan Josh (Curried Meat)

Rogan josh is a staple of Kashmiri (region in northern India) cuisine. It’s one of the main dishes of a Wazwan: a Kashmiri multi-course meal.

Rogan Josh consists of braised lamb chunks cooked with gravy. Generally, Indian chefs make this gravy from browned onions, yogurt, garlic, ginger, and aromatic spices.

Known for its brilliant red color, a classic rogan josh uses liberal amounts of dried Kashmiri chillies.

Make sure to de-seed these babies before you use them unless you’re a glutton for punishment. Though they are less hot when de-seeded, Kashmiri chilies tend to be milder than cayenne chilies. You will find cayenne chilies in many other Indian dishes.

Most of the spiciness from a rogan josh comes from the fragrance of the dish rather than the heat. It’s a yummy treat that is mild enough for Western palates, but intense enough for spice-lovers. If you love lamb, this dish is a must-try.

7. Tandoori Chicken (Chicken Marinated In Yogurt and Spices)

Tandoori chicken is a popular North Indian dish consisting of roasted chicken prepared with yogurt and spices. The name comes from the type of cylindrical clay oven, a tandoor, in which the dish is traditionally prepared.

The chicken is marinated in yogurt and seasoned with the spice mixture tandoori masala. Indian chefs traditionally use cayenne pepper, red chili powder, or Kashmiri red chili powder to give it a fiery red hue. This dish goes so well with steaming basmati rice and crispy naan.

Chicken Dhansak Parsi

Aparna Balasubramaniam / Getty Images

A great make-ahead dish, chicken dhansak parsi tastes even better the next day. You can make it with chicken, lamb, or goat and it's always delicious. It is a Persian and Gujarati (western India) recipe combining lentils, vegetables, meat, and fragrant spices. Don't be deterred by the number of ingredients—most are dried spices.

Indian Curry in Manhattan? Tastiest, thickest, greasiest

I'm looking for a super casual place to eat for lunch or whatever that serves the best Indian Curries in Manhattan, anywhere. (im new to nyc, and only tried Polash in Harlem, and it was pretty good and thick).

"Best" may be the tasters opinion from my experiences.

. so my definition/or what im really looking for (may not be the most traditional, or "your moms home cookin" if your south asian) is the most rich, thick, greasy, unhealthy, spicy, salty, smokey curry with accompanying tender cooked chicken/lamb etc.

I have some indian friends back home, and some of them have a preference in "cleaner" more watery and blander tasting curry places and say the places I usually like (that are heavy, greasy, thick, salty, etc.) are not what traditional indian cooking is really like. But, I really like the death curries )

So please offer your tips of the best, thickest, saltiest, tastiest, fattiest, unhealthiest, casual,hole in the wall,mom n pop, Indian curry places you know about

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