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Indian Restaurants in San Francisco, CA
1.Gaylord India Restaurant
1 Embarcadero Ctr
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I gotta disagree with the negative postings... the food is awesome. Anyone who appreciates indian food would love coming here. The cocktails were inexpensive and the mango martini went particularly well with the food. Gotta say tho, bland indian food is kind of an oxymoron... And this place doesn't serve anything that doesn't excite the mouth.
2.Tandoori Mahal Indian Restaurant
941 Kearny St
I have had many great times here. Had the chance to introduce a good friend of mine to Indian food here, and many years ago, I happened to be on an errand with my two boys and I tricked them into ‘trying’ Indian food, and to my amazement, they have been hooked ever since. As a matter of fact, they eat Indian food more often than I do! Every time I am in the City, I visit Tandoori Mahal. Clean place, polite people, and the food is awesome. Right off of Broadway on Kearny. Easy to find.
525 Howard St
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4.New Delhi Restaurant
160 Ellis St
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I'm always skeptical about the authenticity of ethnic restaurants in touristy areas. Given that New Delhi Indian Restaurant is just 1 block from the Union Square madness means it's a pretty big red flag for me. However, I was recently here on a business dinner with some out of town co-workers who love Indian food, and the restaurant didn't disappoint. Most of the dishes ordered seemed to be very flavorful and had spice (usually restaurants wimp out on the spice because they think people can't handle it). That was a refreshing surprise! We ordered the mixed vegetable pakoras, papadum, and samosas as appetizers. All were solid, and a really great way to begin an Indian meal. For the main dish, I chose to go with one of the Ranjan's Specials, namely the spicy madras tamarind chicken. Being a huge fan of tamarind and never seeing such a dish on a standard menu at Indian restaurants, this was a no brainer! It was delicious!! More on the sweet side than the tangy side, so it was an explosion of flavor for the taste buds. Loved every bite of it. The others ordered a variety of chicken, lamb, and seafood curries, as well. What I noticed was that the restaurant does not cheap out on the quantity of meat in curries. Usually you go to an Indian restaurant and they've got about 4 pieces of meat incorporated into a whole dish of curry and charge you about $12 or so for it. The dishes here were averaging about $15, but the amount of meat in the curries was fantastic! None of us finished any of the curries, because everything was so plentiful!
5.India Curry House
1040 Columbus Ave
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if you are looking for Great Indian food at reasonable rate, this is the place for sure.
501 Ofarrell St
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For all of those who complains with upset stomach; Indian or Pakistani food made with heavy duty spices and if you go to any of these restaurant ask them to prepare your food with mild spices. As far as quality and freshness of the food goes, you should know that every restuarant in bay area by law is required to cook your food at 300 degree F and there is no way you can get upset stomach from it.\r I have been to different indian and pakistani restuarants and I found Pakwan restaurant one of the best in town when it comes to taste and freshness of the food. This restaurant is always busy. Don't expect fine dining style service at 6 dollars a dish price. It is not a fine dining restuarant anf that is why prices are so low.
400 Haight St
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This is my favorite Indian resturant in the city. You can actually taste the difference in each dish. The best part is that"" it NOT greasy"" when compared to other indian resturants. we order atleast once a week and each time the taste is consistent. I really really like thier samosas and thier vegetarian dishes and Aloo naan. SSSSSoooooo Good. oh don't forget the chai...it's complimentary.\r I wish they had more ventilation in the dining area, it gets a bit smokey and congested.\r
1412 Polk St
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By far the best Indian food we have had in the Bay Area. Very authentic flavors. Prices super low! OMG!!! We are def. coming back and having some more of naan, roti and raita. Oh- and Chicken Tika Masala- to die for!!:-)
9.India Clay Oven
2436 Clement St
Good food- thank you! Very authentic & fantastic. With great service and nice size portions Great job!
612 Ofarrell St
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great food, great prices, very yummy
11.India Garden Restaurant
1689 Church St
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There's a difference you'll get when reading this review versus most of the rest: you can trust this one. A review is nothing without experience or objectivity. I'm know my Indian. I've been addicted to it for nearly a decade (I'm 27). I only feel the need to establish this because I'm shocked by the accuracy of the other written reviews.\r \r Consider that India Garden (9th @ Folsom) currently has a rating of 8.7 as of April 2007, it's strange that most of the reviews naysay the food (only out of spite of the delivery service, it seems). It's true, the paper Chinese cartons they use are deplorable! Hopefully they'll change it. I don't do delivery, I always pick up or dine-in. That said, eating at this cozy, well decorated SoMa restaraunt is the way to go. Go with a group of 5-8 friends and the experience is fantastic. But go there for the food, as the service is unpredictable.\r \r The quality of this Indian food is tops. If you like India Oven (Fillmore @ Waller), Gaylord or even the Naan 'n' Curry type chains, this absolutely is better. No contesting it. However, I find that if you like a pool of grease on top of your muddy brown Indian food, you may not like India Garden. It's more gourmet. I prefer Lahore Kahari for the greasy Indian food pit stop, but for a dish that sings expert preperation India Garden is the way to go.\r \r I could easily double the length of my review trying to convince you to go, but I urge you to objectively give it a chance. This food is great; the saag is outstanding and lamb is tender enough you'll want to compose a love song for it. Don't phone in an order and wait for it to soak for 20 minutes in a paper carton before it hits your plate. Dine in or make swift work of the take out (which almost always takes 15 minutes -- sometimes 10!).\r \r Spicy food fans can go here for a real challenge. They use real chili peppers and if you earn their trust (or tell them Fran sent you) you'll be hurting. Buffet is good, but shouldn't be your first try.
12.Amber India Restaurant
25 Yerba Buena Ln
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Amber India is easily the best Indian restaurant in San Francisco. I believe Amber is a chain, but the others are nowhere near as fabulous. The service is excellent, and more importantly, the food is amazing. Try the 4 chili rubbed sea bass--could not be any better. :-)
13.Punjab Kabab House
101 Eddy St
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This is an unassuming place. Simple tables with a little bit of Indian decor thrown in. The thing that shines is the food. You have to be a bit patient to get it, as they seem to make everything fresh. The Chicken Seekh Kabab is some of the best anywhere! The regular Seekh Kabab is good, but not as good as the Chicken version. The Bangan Bartha is really good as well, but a bit on the spicy side so be careful. The Lamb Kabobs are surprising tender. Not much of beverage selection, but that is not what you're going for. The price is unbelievably low too! What's not to like?
14.Dosa On Fillmore
1700 Fillmore St
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Delicious food, comfortable ambiance, and friendly service. Highly recommended restaurant for both a special date or a casual dinner with friends.
1279 Fulton St
This may be an odd location for a Himalayan restaurant (housed in a former Jamaican restaurant space, still adorned with lush water fall murals) ... but we love this great addition to the neighborhood.\r \r Great food, really nice service - and all on a great budget.\r You can order any of their main courses a la carte or combo (including salad, lentils, rice, dessert) - and everything we have tried so far is really good.\r Favorites include the Chef's Special - Butter Chicken and the Sauteed Lamb - try these or any of their other entrees with two different kinds of bread and it is the perfect comfort food... along with some nice wines by the glass or a chilled local or ""King Fisher"" beer ...
1007 Valencia St
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I'm new to trying to keep myself in shape and healthy, and by the time the New Year comes up, I know I'll be well ahead of the game. This restaurant was recommended to me by my co-worker. Last month, I ate dinner here and hands down, this is the best vegetarian food I have ever had for under $40.00. There's definitely some love going into this food, because it is simply outstanding! I have eaten almost everything on the menu, as I've been a once a week type patron since, and all of what I have eaten has been standouts, without any disappointment whatsoever! My personal favorite is their Vegetable Korma (fresh vegetables cooked in cream and mild spices) and Tamarind Rice (how sick is that? oh so good!). My husband favors the Mysore Masala Dosa (spiced crepe with potatoes schmeared inside with spicy chutney), that's very good too. It seems the restaurant has been written-up everywhere because I've been seeing a lot of mention about them on local papers too. Good for them though because the food is that outstanding!
17.Indian Oven Restaurant
233 Fillmore St
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The food from this place was great and I have ordered from them twice in a week now.
452 Larkin St
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I worked in the Civic Center/Tenderloin area this summer and sampled a lot of places for lunch. This place is the best by far. I always go for the salmon plate when they have it, otherwise I'd get the turkey sandwich (carved right in front of you). Incredible selection and cheap too!
123 2nd St
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Just had lunch at Tara today. I had the manga green papaya salad...it was awesome. They have lunch entres around $10. Service was fast and friendly. I will be back :-)
20.Curry Up Now
659 Valencia St
Heard their mini burritos were all the rage, but I took another path and had a Samosa. Wasn't thrilled, until next time...
1356 Polk St
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Honoring simple, homestyle Indian food at reasonable prices using natural and local ingredients.
333 Brannan St
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Rooh is a progressive Indian Table and Bar located in the heart of San Francisco’s burgeoning SoMa district. Meaning soul or spirit, Rooh brings the spirit of India to San Francisco through the restaurant experience. Renowned Executive Chef, Sujan Sarkar, delicately balances rich traditional flavors with fresh local ingredients prepared with modern techniques. The unique cocktail list features a list inspired by ancient Ayurvedic wisdom and the six tastes, or rasa, sweet, sour, salty, pungent, astringent and bitter. A vibrant dining destination Rooh showcases the innovation of urban India for locals and visitors alike.
23.Om Indian Cuisine
1668 Haight St
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Our experience goes back decades. Our Indian Chefs have perfected the art and science of masalas and are masters of the tandoor. Come experience the tantalizing flavors and aromas of India or just drop in for one of our scrumptious lunch specials!
280 Valencia St
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1279 Fulton St
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27.Tava Indian Kitchen
163 2nd St
28.DUM Indian Soul Food
3111 24th St
29.India Clay Oven
941 Kearny St
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1 Ferry Building
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