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NFT: Indian restaurants in NYC

JoeMoney19 : 1/12/2022 11:58 pm
I think Bengal Tiger is overplayed. Paisley is pretty good, right near Tamarind. Semma is alright if you’re looking for South Indian.

Any other suggestions?
I have a go to on the UWS  
Producer : 1/13/2022 12:03 am : link

Try thus UES gem  
Dave on the UWS : 1/13/2022 7:23 am : link
“Italianisions” on 84th st between 1st and 2nd ave . NOT a tourist place, serves the neighborhood exceptionally well.
Not sure it matters  
pjcas18 : 1/13/2022 7:48 am : link
but when I was with a bunch of my Indian work colleagues on a business trip to NYC they overwhelmingly picked Tamarind for us to eat.

they did say it's a bit upscale for Indian, but from a food quality standpoint they said it's the best.

We were also walking distance to Tribeca, but not sure that factored in.

I have only been there once and it's the only Indian place I've eaten in the city, but I enjoyed it more than most Indian places I have been and when work is paying the price tag matters less.
Indian Table in Brooklyn  
Matt M. : 1/13/2022 8:23 am : link
Not a typical overly Americanized Indian restaurant. They will make just about any more traditional Indian dish off menu if requested. From Indian friends and some reviews, they tend to be more authentic.
FWIW -  
dschwarz in westchester : 1/13/2022 8:34 am : link
I always liked Bukhara Grill. But haven't been there in years (who eats out at this point?)
can't stand curry  
I Love Clams Casino : 1/13/2022 8:51 am : link
taste or smell
Junoon is another high end restaurant  
Blue92 : 1/13/2022 9:13 am : link
around TriBeCa.
Saravana Bhavan is pretty good if you're looking for South Indian or vegetarian.

However, I would say there are many more and better options outside Manhattan. Queens has many good ones but the best ones are on the NJ side. Newark Avenue in Jersey City is like ground zero for great Indian food. Tons of great places in Iselin and Edison, too, if you want to trek out that far.

My wife is from India, so I know of what I speak :)
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