7 Restaurants Around Atlanta to Get Your Indian Food Fix
If creamy saag paneer, spiced juuust right tandoori chicken, and a big side of garlic naan sound like they’d be right up your alley, take a look at our list of Atlanta area Indian restaurants for your meal!
Bhojanic’s Buckhead location is temporarily closed for dine-in, but offering pickup and delivery at this time from their catering kitchen. You can order a family-sized portion of chicken or paneer tikka masala that’s perfect for an easy weeknight meal. Or if you’re wanting to try some Indian American fusion, create your own Tandoori pizza!
Cafe Bombay has been serving up flavorful Indian cuisine on Briarcliff Rd. for years. In non COVID-19 times, they have belly dancers at dinner time and a lunch buffet special that’s incredible value. But you can still dine-in or get their grub for delivery at this time. Spice lovers, try their lamb vindaloo.
Blue India specializes in the Indian dishes and flavors that are so beloved in Great Britain, like chicken tikka masala and butter chicken. Their food is perfect in the chilly fall weather and will warm you right up! They’re located in Midtown and open for dine-in and delivery/takeout at this time.
This Midtown spot’s flavorful curries and biryanis will delight you. The inside dining environment is more upscale with a view into the kitchen from the dining room in case you want to watch the chefs at work. The lasooni cauliflower appetizer is especially tasty for vegetarians and meat-eaters alike and they’ve got an excellent goat curry, too.
Ruchi Bangladeshi Cuisine
Ruchi’s offers a unique blend of tasty and flavorful Indian and Bangladeshi fare. Their kopi pakora, a spicy and bold cauliflower dish, is a MUST order and their goat curry is solid. Find this delicious restaurant in happening Chamblee!
Crispy fried samosas and spicy, creamy saag paneer are always on the menu at Decatur/Alpharetta favorite Zyka. The Chicken 65 is a favorite–well seasoned with just the right amount of tang and spice. The meat is also halal and takeout is a breeze when you order online.
Chai Pani is just the place for a bit of Indian and American fusion with a dash of Indian street food flair. Their “Sloppy Jai,” made with lamb hash, and their Bengali fish fry sliders are both wildly popular. And for dessert, nothing hits the spot quite like the gulab jamun, a ghee fried dough soaked in rose-cardamom syrup.
This hole-in-the-wall Buford Highway find is nothing fancy, but stop by them for a bit of takeout next time you’re in the area. Their biryani is perfectly tasty, their chicken shawarma is the perfect snack, and they’ve been a local favorite for years.