Top 5 Indian Restaurant in USA

Caution !! While reading this you might get water in your mouth if you love Indian food. Indian food is known for its flavour and species composition. So, here are some good restraunt in America. 

1. August 1 Five (San Francisco, California)

August (1) Five is a modern Indian restaurant named for the date commemorating India’s independence from British rule. Located in the heart of San Francisco’s Civic Center neighborhood, we invite our guests to explore the nuances of Indian cuisine rarely seen in the West.

LOCATION

524 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94102

415.771.5900

HOURS

Brunch: 10:30am – 2:00pm (Sat – Sun)

Lunch: 11:30am – 2:00pm (Tues – Fri )

Dinner:  5pm – 9:30pm (open until 10:30pm Fri-Sat)

CLOSED on MONDAY

2. Badmaash (Los Angeles, California)

Badmash means “mischievous” in Hindi and Urdu, and that’s exactly the kind of spirit that Pawan Mehendro and his sons, Nakul and Arjun, bring to the kitchen and their dining room. With locations in downtown Los Angeles and Hollywood — the former of which is decorated with pop art-style renditions of Gandhi in wayfarer sunglasses and old Bollywood movie posters — the trio has taken traditional Indian classics and given them a bit of flair. Start off with some dahi puri — cheekily referred to as Crispy Yogurt Puffs as they are, indeed, crispy semolina puffs stuffed with chickpeas, whipped yogurt, tamarind, and mint chutney — before diving into delights such as Dad’s Famous Coconut Curry Mussels (in a Madras-style curry) or their famous Chicken Tikka Poutine (masala fries covered in cheese curds, hot beef gravy, tandoori chicken tikka, and cilantro).

BADMAASH DTLA
108 W. 2nd Street, Downtown Los Angeles
(213) 221 – 7466

HOURS

LUNCH
MON-FRI 11:30AM – 3PM

NOW OPEN FOR BRUNCH!!!
SAT & SUN 12P – 3PM

DINNER
MON 5:30PM – 10PM
TUES 5:30PM – 10PM
WEDS 5:30PM – 11PM
THURS 5:30PM – 12AM
FRI 5:30PM – 12AM
SAT 5PM – 12AM
SUN 5PM – 1PAM

BADMAASH FAIRFAX
418 N. Fairfax Avenue, Hollywood
 (213) 281-5185

HOURS

MON-WEDS: 12PM – 10PM
THURS, FRI, SAT: 12PM – 11PM

3. Bombay Darbar (Miami, Florida)

If you’re looking for authentic and delicious Indian Cuisine, Bombay Darbar is the perfect location for lunch or dinner! You can even order take-out. Give us a call today to make a reservation, order take-out, or schedule catering for your next even or celebration!

The founders of Bombay Darbar Restaurant represent a dynamic battery striving for constant perfection and innovation. Impeccable management has resulted in placing Bombay Darbar restaurant amongst the very best Indian restaurants in the Coconut Grove and South Florida area. Our goal is to provide genuine and authentic Indian cuisine to our customers at reasonable rates. We strive for prompt, efficient and courteous service to leave an impressionable mark on our customers.

4. Cumin (Chicago, Illinois)

Explore the food of Nepal alongside the flavors of the rest of the Indian subcontinent at Chicago’s Cumin. Located in the Wicker Park neighborhood, it’s run by Nepalese brothers Rajesh and Sanjeev Karmacharya, who make sure to bring you the best of Nepal’s cuisine such as chicken momos (large steamed dumplings filled with minced and spiced chicken) and palungoko saag (spinach sautéed in spices), as well as Indian classics such as lamb keema samosas and chicken curry.

5. Dhaba (New York, New York)

Featured in The New York Times and highly rated by Zagat, Dhaba is a staple of Curry Hill — the section of the Rose Hill neighborhood of Manhattan aptly-nicknamed for its plethora of South Asian restaurants. While vegetarian dishes are to be expected on the menu, vegan diners will be happy to know that they have more than a few options here as well. Absolute must-tries include the kurkuri bhindi (fried okra seasoned with onions, lime, and chaat masala); pahadi murgh kabab (spicy skewered chicken chunks in a chili paste marinade); chili onion naan; goat kadai (goat curry made with onions, bell peppers, fenugreek, and coriander leaves); and highway lassi (mango lassi with a bit of Champagne). Come here for their lunch buffet, but carve out some time — they’re well-known for it, leading to long lines.

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