People tend to check in during these times:
Bon Appetit magazine called Boulder, "America's Foodiest Town in 2010." Nothing has changed. Stop in soon with good friends, and enjoy great food for an absolutely grand time!
It has been as much as 30-50 degrees below normal this week from Wyoming and Colorado all the way southward to Texas. Keep yourself warm; Chai works wonders!
If you like a little spice in your life, you will LOVE our KARAHI which is a spicy stir-fry style curry with onions and bell peppers. Yum!
Hmm, dine in – or take out? Decisions, decisions. Either way, you can’t go wrong. Check out our menu on line www.tandoorigrillboulder.com/
Reminder, Indian food offers loads of flavor (curry - yum) and very few calories as well as being a source of antioxidants and fiber.
Going to India? Don’t miss exciting Festivals and Events in India Month to Month! Read:
Take a look at our menu. Wow! It is so difficult to choose from the variety of tasty, mouthwatering dishes! (Confused? Ask us for suggestions.)
Trivia: Name the annual fair of Rajasthan that is famous for its camel trading event. A: Pushkar Mela
We are a “Boulder institution;” offering great food, a comfortable meet up for great friends, and offering “better than great” olfactory and taste bud sensations.
Ready to try something new? How about our tasty Sizzlers? Marinated lamb, chicken or shrimp are skewered and baked in the Tandoor over mesquite charcoal.
Experience an unforgettable Indian meal that’s both affordable and dependable. Dependable since we use the freshest ingredients with time proven classic cuisine.
Thirsty for something new? Try our Ginger Martini – *Bombay Sapphire with fresh ginger!
You have sampled our Samosas (delicious pastry stuffed with seasoned potatoes and peas); so now be sure to try our Vegetable Koftas (seasoned ground vegetables and paneer balls). Scrumptious!
Come celebrate Mother's Day at Tandoori Grill. We are hosting an evening buffet from 5pm-8pm only. $18 per person with complimentary wine or champagne. For reservations please call 303-543-7339
The idea of official celebration of Mother’s Day in the USA was first suggested by activist, writer & poet, Julia Ward Howe in 1872. She wrote the Civil War song, “The Battle Hymn of the Republic.”
Happy Mother’s Day! What better way to show appreciation for mom than to bring her in for a lovely dinner. (Confused what to order? Ask us for suggestions.)
No matter the weather, Indian food is more than a feast for the eyes.
A busy schedule needs a quick fix. Don’t settle for less than the best. Come in; carry out authentic Indian food.
Taking family out for Easter dinner (April 20th)? They never had Indian food? Start them off our delicious Chicken Tikka Masala.
If you look loosely at the menu you'll notice that raita come standard with any baryani dish-- but only if you ask for it! It Ames the cost of the dish a great value!
Winter blues? Cabin fever? Come on in! Our Curries and Chai will nourish your body, mind and soul!
2014 Olympics’ – Olympic Mountain Cluster - A Must See! - http://www.weather.com/video/olympic-mountain-cluster-44253?collid=/news/top-stories
While most of us love the outdoors, sometimes you just want an indoor activity. Visit the Leaning Tree Museum of Western Art – considered western wildlife museum in CO http://www.leanintreemuseum.com/
Super Bowl Sunday. Special day to spend with Special friends. Enjoy the game, stop in for take out.
If you are a vegetarian, we have a variety of tasty selections to suit your palate. Stop in soon.
Come and hang out with your friends in our social club. Fun, food, and great friends make for a great evening!
Saffron is a spice often used in Indian cooking and is derived from the flower of Crocus sativus, commonly known as the saffron crocus.
Hmm, what wine or beer is great with Indian food? Just order your favorite dish and ask us what best accompanies your meal.
We’ve missed you. Stop in after your favorite outdoor event and select your favorite Indian dish to warm you up, and get you on your way.
Happy New Year!
We are open during our regular hours on New Year’s Eve. We are closed for lunch on New Year’s Day but are open for dinner during our regular hours from 5:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Happy New Year!
Happy New Year!
Awesome curries and more.
New Year’s almost here! What are your 2014 resolutions? Good health? Start with our great Indian food to get you under way. See you soon!
Different cities in India have different ideas of celebrating New Year. In big cities New Year celebrations are lavish while in smaller cities and towns these celebrations tend to be very low-key
Did you know that Boulder was established by gold seekers in 1858, at what we now call, “Settler's Park?”
Due to the Christmas Holiday we are Closed on Dec. 24th and Dec. 25th. However, we are Open for Dinner from 5:00 to 9:30 p.m. on December 26th. Merry Christmas!
Happy Countdown to Christmas!
Sambuca or Ouzo can be a very nice follow-up to an Indian dinner.
We have a number of beers, wines and specialty cocktails which are especially tasty. Try one soon.
Our South Boulder social club is fantastic for your Holiday Party get togethers. Ask us for details.
Happy Thanksgiving! We appreciate your patronage!
Happy Thanksgiving! We will be closed to enjoy the holidays with our families! We will see you for lunch on Friday!
Sat Dec 7th: Light of December Parade. It’s Holiday Fun! http://www.boulderdowntown.com/do/lights-of-december-parade3
Have you been waiting for winter? It’s here! Have fun and stay well with a variety of our nutritious Indian cuisine to choose from.
Looking for something different for that person “who has everything?” How about a taking them to a smashing buffet lunch at our place? There’s something for every taste.
Making plans for your holiday party? Ask us about our adjacent bar and social club.
The drink with taste of India - Mangorita - Mango margarita with Cuervo Gold. Mangorita is waiting for you at Tandoori Grill.
Today is a perfect time to enjoy dal soup (Indian Lentils soup) and naan. Stop in soon.