Below is a list of the top and leading Indian Restaurants in Phoenix. To help you find the best Indian Restaurants located near you in Phoenix, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Phoenix’s Best Indian Restaurants:
The top rated Indian Restaurants in Phoenix are:
- Marigold Maison – Paradise Valley – tangy Gol Guppa and curry recipes
- Dosa Grill Vegetarian Indian Restaurant – mecca for vegetarian diners
- Tikka Shack Indian Grub – appetizing naan paired with curry dishes
- Hyderabad Rasoi – with unrivaled mastery of Tandoori grilled items
- Daawat Indian Cuisine – a blending of fiery Deccani and Andhra food styles
Marigold Maison – Paradise Valley
Marigold Maison – Paradise Valley is situated at the busy front area of the Paradise Valley Mall. Their flavorful menu consists of the famous perfectly seasoned curries and tandoor-cooked meats as entrees. Following this is their well-loved offering of Gol Guppa. The snack is the Indian version of puffs, made from wheat with chickpea, potato and a hint of peppered tamarind water. Captivating the diner’s palate as well is the Kala Jamun, a cake served warm with a mix of rose honey syrup and vanilla ice cream. Furthermore, the chicken tikka, bhel puri, and samosas have also captured the people’s taste.
The restaurant artfully created a fusion of North and South Indian recipes seen in their menu. This was fully supported by the community in the form of an Open Table “Diners’ Choice” award.
Appetizers, Small Plates, Clay Oven, Chaat Corner, Soup & Salad, Sides, Vegetarian, Signature, From The Grill, Tandoor Baked Bread, Entrées
“Yesterday was the first time we went to this excellent restaurant. But It is no doubt not the last. We passed a splendid evening with an excellent service, with great cooking and fine drinks and with a comfortable cost. We will absolutely come back soon.” –U Juarez
Dosa Grill Vegetarian Indian Restaurant
Dosa Grill Vegetarian Indian Restaurant has been serving healthy but flavorful dishes from the Northern and Southern regions of India. Food is prepared daily by utilizing only the fresh ingredients. Drawing from its name, the restaurant is proudly vegetarian friendly. Their Veg biryani has peas, bell peppers, carrots, cauliflower, tomato and potatoes flavored with garam masala, and turmeric to make a wonderful rice dish. On the other hand, the Thali veg is a combination of vegetables arranged in a traditional platter. Dosa Grill makes special dosas in 14 ways that contain either cheese, vegetables, and masala paired with chutney and sambar.
Special Dosa, Curry Specials, Dosa, Appetizers, Uthappam, Fresh Veg Curry, Variety Rice, Thali Specials, Bread, Desserts, Beverages, Veg Biryani
“This is the best South Indian restaurant in the valley hands down. I would say even California does not have this. Great food, will come back soon.” –Apurva Patel
Tikka Shack Indian Grub
Tikka Shack Indian Grub encourages people to delve into its vast selections of Indian food. The restaurant not only has the samosa to offer. Curries are also available for diners looking for an intense flavor that excites the palate. Tasting their perfected naan surely can have the guests develop a liking of Indian cuisine. Lively staff makes the atmosphere relaxed and friendly. The blending of the aroma and flavors further creates an ambiance solely experienced in Tikka Shack.
Starters, Curry, Tikka Grill, Vegetarian Bowls, Kids, Sides, Desserts, Beverages
“Modern Indian food in a great setting. I got the Paneer wrap and my husband got the spicy chicken kebab and both were great! The side of tikka sauce added great flavor. Very tasty and a generous amount of food. We will definitely be coming back soon.” –Amy Bhojwani
Hyderabad Rasoi is at the heart of Phoenix catering to the request for Mughlai, North Indian, Punjabi, and South Indian dishes, Thali, as well as Hyderabad’s Dum Biryani. They can accommodate celebratory events, romantic dates, family dinner, and casual bonding. Guests can dine in their open-air area with the choice of ala-carte or buffet. The restaurant is 100 % halal and its dishes were praised by Everytown Gazette. According to the publication “Restaurant’s Tandoori’s and appetizers is TO DIE FOR! They definitely earned their spot on last year’s ‘Top Spots in Anytown, USA!”
Breakfast, Appetizers (Veg, Non-Veg, Seafood), Entries (Veg, Non-Veg, Seafood), Biryanis, Soups, Naan/Bread, Bites, Party Size Biryanis, Drinks, Desserts
“Lots of variety. Clean food with high-quality ingredients. The staff always greet with a smile and customer friendly. I recommend you to try this restaurant. A very pleasant experience. Keep it up, guys. Thank you!!!” –Shradh Dev
Daawat Indian Cuisine
Daawat Indian Cuisine is a hub for a comfortable diner setting with its modern restaurant interior and menu combining original North, South, Moghali, and Hyderabadi dishes. They have expertly retained the Hyderabadi style of cooking and has since focused on it. Hyderabadi cuisines are known to be peppery with chili as it’s main spice. It is a harmonious blending of Deccani and Andhra food styles. Deccani is centered on biryanis, haleem which is a meal of pounded mutton and wheat, and kebabs. Similarly, Andhra concentrates on savory food flavored with garlic, chilies, mustard, matched with pickles and chutney. Daawat’s menu presents chicken korma, double-ka-meetha, Gajar-ka-halwa
Moghali dishes, and Hyderabadi biryani’s.
Appetizers, Vegetarian, Tandoori, Lamb, Chicken, Seafood & Biryani Dishes, South Indian Specialties, Drinks, Desserts
“I stopped in super quick spoke with a very friendly gentleman who made an outstanding recommendation of getting garlic naan. Food was delicious. Will be coming back here for sure, just wish it was closer to work.” –Los Carlos
Jeanie Burford is a reporter for Kev’s Best. After graduating from UCLA, Amy got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer. Jeanie has also worked as a columnist for The Brookings Register. Amy covers economy and community events for Kev’s Best.