44 "Indian" Restaurants in New York.
Adda is a great casual Indian restaurant in Long Island City, and you should be planning a trip here for some curry and cheesy naan.
Bukhara Grill is an Indian restaurant in Midtown East that makes some of the best dal in the city.
It’s time to up your Indian food game. We really can’t get enough of this place. The food at Om is authentic, light, and incredibly good.
Moti Mahal Delux, on the Upper East Side, is the first US franchise of the massive Indian restaurant chain from New Delhi.
Vatan is an incredibly fun Indian restaurant in Kips Bay where the only option is a vegetarian, all-you-can-eat dinner.
After closing their East Village location, this Indian restaurant is now back with a more upscale space near Union Square.
Bombay Chowk is a casual Indian restaurant on the UES with neon lights, chairs that look like thrones, and some very good chicken kadai.
Biryani Darbar is an Indian spot in Jersey City that’s a great option for casual group dinners.
Hampton Chutney Co. is a counter-service spot in Soho where you can get a sandwich, a salad, or a dosa the size of your arm. Try it for a quick lunch.
Ganesh Temple Canteen is a South Indian cafeteria below a Hindu temple in Flushing that serves some of the best dosas in NYC.
Haandi is an old-school Indian and Pakistani counter service spot on Lexington Avenue where you can get a late night kabob in Murray Hill.
When you’re near MoMA and need something casual by yourself or with a friend, go to Bengal Tiger for Indian food.
Indian Taj is an all-you-can-eat spot in Jackson Heights that’s open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week.
If you’re looking for a nice place to have an expensive, corporate meal in Tribeca, going to Tamarind for Indian food is a good choice.