60 "Indian" Restaurants in New York.
Gazab should be your go-to on the Lower East Side for a casual weeknight dinner full of delicious Indian dishes.
Veeray De Dhaba, an Indian spot in the East Village, has tiffin lunch specials that are some of the best deals you can find in the neighborhood.
Curry King is a small Indian and Pakistani takeout counter on the Upper West Side where you can get a great $10 lunch or dinner.
At Atithi Indian Cuisine in Williamsburg, you can have dinner on Grand Street without feeling like you’ve left your living room.
Punjabi Grocery & Deli is an NYC institution, like The Met or the Statue of Liberty, serving vegetarian curries and chaat on Houston Street.
Sona is an upscale Indian restaurant in Flatiron that’s especially good for a group meal.
Govinda’s Vegetarian Lunch is a restaurant located inside the International Society For Krishna Consciousness in Downtown Brooklyn.
Sama Street is a Pan-Asian bar and restaurant in Greenpoint that’s a great place to go for cocktails and small plates.
Dhamaka is an Indian restaurant in Essex Market on the Lower East Side serving fantastic regional specialties that are hard to find elsewhere in NYC.
Ahimsa is a kosher Indian spot in the East Village serving a mix of North and South Indian specialties.
Pongal is a kosher Indian restaurant in Kips Bay with a huge menu of South Indian dishes.
Shan Halal is a grocery store in College Point with its own halal butcher station in the back.
If you often spend daylight hours near Trinity Church in FiDi, Indian King Biryani House should be your north star for lunch.
NY Dosas serves legendary vegan South Indian food from a cart in Washington Square Park.