Tamarind TriBeCa is one of The 15 Best Indian Restaurants in New York City.

1. Tamarind TriBeCa

9.0
99 Hudson St (at Franklin St), New York, NY
Indian Restaurant · Tribeca · 157 tips and reviews

EaterEater: Sample dishes from all across India, in a comfortable, and ever-so-slightly elegant setting. Tamarind Tribeca is a smart choice for a business lunch downtown, and it's also a fine pick for date night. Read more.

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Plush banquettes and sizable booths make this Indian restaurant ideal for private business meetings. But after a three-course lunch, you may be more in the mood for a nap. Read more.

Kate H.Kate Huyett: Order the lasuni gobi - cauliflower fried with tomato and ginger. It's not on the menu but it's my favorite thing here

Bhatti Indian Grill is one of The 15 Best Indian Restaurants in New York City.

2. Bhatti Indian Grill

8.4
100 Lexington Ave (at E 27th St), New York, NY
Indian Restaurant · Rose Hill · 168 tips and reviews

Village VoiceVillage Voice: To start, don't miss the pickled, grilled paneer. The squares of cheese, bright white with puffy, golden edges, and a tart, pickled bite that balances the paneer's mild, milky flavor. Read more.

Phoenix 💥💥💥Phoenix 💥💥💥: Great kebabs here

Village VoiceVillage Voice: The Village Voice voted this Best Kebab in our Best Of New York Poll!

Malai Marke is one of The 15 Best Indian Restaurants in New York City.

3. Malai Marke

8.6
318 E 6th St (at 2nd Ave), New York, NY
Indian Restaurant · East Village · 79 tips and reviews

Dina R.Dina Rughani: Coconut chicken curry. Ask for them to make it spicy. Great lunch special deal!

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Break out of the chicken tikka masala rut with the coondapur kori, a flavorful, deep-orange coconut chicken curry from the coastal city of Mangalore. Read more.

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Not your average Curry Row restaurant. The huge menu has dishes from all over India, and most of them succeed.

Dil-e Punjab Deli is one of The 15 Best Indian Restaurants in New York City.

4. Dil-e Punjab Deli

8.5
170 9th Ave (at 21st St), New York, NY
Indian Restaurant · Chelsea · 45 tips and reviews

Dan J.Dan Jones: They have amazing food and fast service for cheap. Recommend taking your tray up to the High Line on a nice day. My friend and I always make a point to stop by after a run through the galleries.

AnupAnup: The paneer mattar/ tofu & peas is delicious.

Josh M.Josh Mahan: Amazing cheap all vegetarian Indian food!

Sahib is one of The 15 Best Indian Restaurants in New York City.

5. Sahib

8.5
104 Lexington Ave (at 27th St), New York, NY
Indian Restaurant · Rose Hill · 15 tips and reviews

AmateurConciergeAmateurConcierge: Solid Indian in curry hill with a few creative dishes. A cut above the average "good" Indian sit down spot in ambience, quality and flavoring

Rus N.Rus Newton: Chicken vindaloo with garlic naan, although the curry will likely be waaay too hot for most Americans.

Janet K.Janet Kim: We got saag paneer, Alu gobi and a spicy chicken dish with lemon rice and naan. All were delicious!

Angaar is one of The 15 Best Indian Restaurants in New York City.

6. Angaar

8.5
283 Columbus Ave, New York, NY
Indian Restaurant · Upper West Side · 2 tips and reviews

Chris B.Chris Bagley: Tika, Lamb Vindaloo, Samosas

Eric T.Eric Tang: Great new Indian spot in the neighborhood

Delhi Masala is one of The 15 Best Indian Restaurants in New York City.

7. Delhi Masala

8.5
2077 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd (124th Street), New York, NY
Indian Restaurant · Central Harlem · 6 tips and reviews

Pepe C.Pepe Chanona: I guess this is one of the most delicious places up in Harlem! I just fell in love with the Chicken Tikka Masala & Lamb Curry. Naan is just perfectly made. Service is great! Gulab Jamun for dessert

Eva S.Eva Schach: Delicious!! Been coming here for 2 years. Vegan options too.

Nikolai C.Nikolai Chowdhury: Solid lunch buffet, take it to go and it's the best deal in the neighborhood. Tasty, predictably consistent food. Can't go wrong!

Drunken Munkey is one of The 15 Best Indian Restaurants in New York City.

8. Drunken Munkey

8.7
338 E 92nd St (btwn 1st / 2nd Ave), New York, NY
Indian Restaurant · Yorkville · 62 tips and reviews

Adam G.Adam Gluck: The drinks and appetizers are amazing. Try the chili cheese bread (Indian food meets comfort food), and the Paneer Tikka (sounds simple but tastes incredible). The Brambles are my new favorite drink.

Anna F.Anna Froneberger Bischoff: Get the butter chicken tikka masala!

Arun N.Arun Nandi: Decent bhel. Overall not great Indian food. It's more targeted to the American desi food lover

THELEwala is one of The 15 Best Indian Restaurants in New York City.

9. THELEwala

8.4
112 Macdougal St (at Minetta St), New York, NY
Indian Restaurant · Greenwich Village · 119 tips and reviews

Himanshu G.Himanshu Gupta: Probably my most favorite place to eat in NYC and the only place so far I go out of my way to get food from. Their aloo achari kati roll is the best. Bhel puri is amazing too!

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The street food-style Indian food here is different from most in New York. We love the kati rolls and chaat.

Akshay P.Akshay Patil: Do you like spicy, oily, minced-up lamb? Yeah you do. Get the Chapli Roll and be happy.

Chola Eclectic Indian Cuisine is one of The 15 Best Indian Restaurants in New York City.

10. Chola Eclectic Indian Cuisine

8.1
232 E 58th St (btw 2nd & 3rd Ave), New York, NY
Indian Restaurant · Midtown East · 58 tips and reviews

MeredithMeredith: Best Indian lunch buffet in the city. By far. And amazing dinner selection at a reasonable price. Love!

Sabina B.Sabina B.: One of the best, most authentic North Indian places in the city outside of Jackson Heights. The weekend buffet is always fresh and hot and an amazing deal.

New York HabitatNew York Habitat: The soft, fluffy naan goes perfectly with the chicken tikka masala. Get it!

Semma is one of The 15 Best Indian Restaurants in New York City.

11. Semma

8.5
60 Greenwich Ave (at Perry), New York, NY
Indian Restaurant · West Village · 10 tips and reviews

SheenSheen: loved the snails, gunpowder dosa, uttapam, meen polichattu, lobster moilee, and shahi tukda; would skip the cauliflower next time. great drinks bangalore days, aiyo with a tamarind candy, whistle podu

Hrishi D.Hrishi Dixit: Unreal how good this place is

Mary L.Mary Lu: Lamb and gunpowder dosa are the right moves

Deep Indian Kitchen (indikitch) is one of The 15 Best Indian Restaurants in New York City.

12. Deep Indian Kitchen (indikitch)

8.3
109 W 37th St (Avenue of the Americas), New York, NY
Indian Restaurant · Garment District · 3 tips and reviews

Ian Z.Ian Zabel: Extra spicy chicken biryani is SO delicious

Christie H.Christie H: The Chipotle of Indian food!

Pratheeksha K.Pratheeksha KS: Dosa paneer

Indian Summer is one of The 15 Best Indian Restaurants in New York City.

13. Indian Summer

8.3
239 Malcolm X Blvd, New York, NY
Indian Restaurant · Central Harlem · 5 tips and reviews

Claudia S.Claudia S.: Really, really good food. I don’t think you can go wrong with any choice on the menu. Definitely one of the best chicken tikka masala dishes I’ve had in a very long time.

CarolCarol: Really great, authentic Indian in W Harlem. The chicken madras was fantastic

Carol H.Carol H: She a hefty pour of the Oregon rose bubbly

Bombay Bistros is one of The 15 Best Indian Restaurants in New York City.

14. Bombay Bistros

8.4
31 Cornelia St (btwn Bleecker & W 4th St), New York, NY
Indian Restaurant · West Village · 8 tips and reviews

RavinaRavina: The cocktails for sure! The bramble is a safe bet with blue berry flavor.

Ruchi B.Ruchi Bansal: Place has a great vibe, cozy and great food. I tried the sindhi fish curry

Gabby K.Gabby K: Everything was amazing! You can’t go wrong with any of the cocktails

Swagat is one of The 15 Best Indian Restaurants in New York City.

15. Swagat

8.3
411 Amsterdam Ave (btwn 80th St & 79th St), New York, NY
Indian Restaurant · Upper West Side · 39 tips and reviews

KhawlahKhawlah: Great service, very good taste, small and cozy place. I give it 9/10. It's not spice at all but delicious. Recommendation ( chicken masala and raita ).

Paula R.Paula Ragucci: delicious food! chicken tikka masala + garlic naan.

Gordon L.Gordon Landwirth: Best Indian on Upper West Side