Tamarind is probably the best known Indian restaurant downtown. It’s pretty fancy (they only allow children above the age of six) but the Northern Indian food is overall very good. Just count on the fact that your bill will be expensive. And since there aren’t a ton of upscale Indian options in Tribeca this is a good one to know about when you need to impress clients who work in the area.
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Farra is a wine bar in Tribeca from the people behind (temporarily closed) Atera. Order the scallop fried rice.
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The Chinese Club
The Chinese Club serves Indian-Chinese fusion food in a casual space in Williamsburg.
Panna II Garden Indian Restaurant
Panna II is a decent Indian restaurant in the East Village filled with all kinds of lights.
Raja Sweets And Fast Food
Raja Sweets And Fast Food is a counter-service Indian spot that’s great for a quick meal in Jackson Heights.
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