Indian Restaurants in District Of Columbia (DC)

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The Indian cuisine is as diverse as its culture, languages, regions and its climate. Every major region of India brings its own unique dishes and subtle variations to popular dishes. Aromatic spices are the essence of Indian cuisine. Extensive listings of authentic indian food restaurants and cuisine serving the Indian community. Indian Restaurant Coupons



Tandoor     » Directions & Maps

3316 M ST NW Washington, District Of Columbia 20007
Phone: 202 333 3376

Ravi Kabob House     » Directions & Maps

Best Kabob place in the DC area
Cash Only - crowded - noisy - slow
Recomneded : kabob platter, chick peas, Lamb or Chicken Karahi, Chicken Kabob, Mango Lassi

350 N Glebe Rd Arlington, District Of Columbia 22203
Phone: 703 522 6666

Little India     » Directions & Maps

2623 Connecticut Avenue NW Washington, District Of Columbia n
Phone: 202 232 5030

Indian Punjabi Restaurant     » Directions & Maps

1327 Connecticut Ave NW Washington, District Of Columbia 20036
Phone: 202 659 1544

Katmandu Restaurant     » Directions & Maps

1800B Connecticut Ave NW Washington, District Of Columbia 20036
Phone: 202 483 6470

Bombay Palace Restaurant     » Directions & Maps

2020 K Street NW Washington, District Of Columbia 20006
Phone: 202 331 4200

India Gate Restaurant     » Directions & Maps

2408 18th St NW Washington, District Of Columbia 20009
Phone: 202 332 0141

Bombay Club     » Directions & Maps

815 Connecticut Ave Washington, District Of Columbia 20001
Phone: 202 659 3727

Star of India     » Directions & Maps

2100 Connecticut Ave NW Washington, District Of Columbia 20008
Phone: 202 232 7130

The White Tiger Restaurant ( Indian )     » Directions & Maps

301 Masschusetts Ave NE Washington, District Of Columbia 20002
Phone: 202 546 5900

Polo Club Restaurant ( Indian )     » Directions & Maps

1736 Connecticut Ave NW Washington, District Of Columbia 20009
Phone: 202 483 8705

Aditi Indian Cuisine     » Directions & Maps

3299 M St NW Washington, District Of Columbia 20007
Phone: 202 625 6825

Ascot Restaurant (Dance)     » Directions & Maps

1708 L Street N W Washington, District Of Columbia 20036
Phone: 202 296 7640

Rajaji Curry House     » Directions & Maps

2603 Connecticut Ave Washington, District Of Columbia 20003
Phone: 202 265 7344

Paru's Indian Restaurant     » Directions & Maps

2010 S St NW Washington, District Of Columbia 20009
Phone: 202 483 5133


Indian food for beginners! what to order?

One thing you have to remember about Indian food is that it is not a generic cuisine. It is intensely regional (north indian, south indian, bengali, kerala, goan) and what you should order should correspond with the regionality of the restaurant you are at! If you are a first timer, go easy on spice - mild.

Appetizer's

Assorted appetizer sampler is fail proof
tandoori chicken (bbq), paneer pakoras (veg), kababs, seek kabobs, veggie samosas, tiger prawns

Non Vegetarian Indian Food

chicken tikka masala, butter chicken (makhani chicken), tandoori dishes, Mutton Rogan Josh, chicken biryani, goan vindaloo

Vegetarian India Food / Vegan Food

saag paneer, malai kofta, palak paneer, gobi manchurian, chickpeas, baingan bharta, matar paneer, aloo matar

Chaat Places (Indian Street Food)

vada pav, pani puri, bhel puri, dahi puri, dosa, idli, dahi vadas, uttapams, mysore masala dosa

Vegan Food

Naan bread in indianrestaurants is likely be made with yogurt
onion or cauliflower or okra bhajis, vegetable samosas and vegetable pakoras are all vegan. vegetable curry, veggie vindaloo, chana masala/chole, sambar, vegetable biryani are other options

Gluten Free Options

Tandoori chicken, fish, and shrimp are almost always gluten-free, Indian spices are gluten free, with the exception of something called "hing", Always ask for Gluten Free Menu to be on the safe side.


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Heritage India 2400 Wisconsin Ave NW Washington District of Columbia

The cuisine of India is characterized by the use of various spices, herbs and other vegetables grown in India and also for the widespread practice of vegetarianism across many sections of its society. Each family of Indian cuisine is characterized by a wide assortment of dishes and cooking techniques. As a consequence, it varies from region to region, reflecting the varied demographics of the ethnically diverse Indian subcontinent.

Vegetables are an integral part of indian food and consume them in a number of ways. For pure vegetarians India is a heaven. India can boast for its innumerable varieties of tasty and nutritious vegetarian dishes. Indians like their vegetable curries real hot 'n' spicy and so add a number of spices to make them really exotic. These are also prepared using different methods of cooking like baking, boiling, frying etc. We offer a number of tempting Indian vegetarain recipes of dishes like Navratan Korma, Shahi Paneer etc. to the connoisseurs of taste.

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