Reservations: Yes; for parties over 10 guests
Average Price: $$
Attire: No Dress Code
Accepts Credit Cards: American Express, Visa, MasterCard, Discover
Intricate spices infuse the plentiful and wonderfully aromatic dishes at one of San Antonio's few Indian restaurants. If you're not sure you like Indian cuisine, venture in for lunch. You can sample such traditional dishes as beef curry, chicken with spinach, and tandoori chicken. Tandoori dishes are prepared in the restaurant's authentic tandoor, a high-temperature, wood-burning clay oven that cooks everything from chicken to shrimp. When you?re ready to expand your horizons with more intricate Indian cuisine, ask your server for a primer. They're knowledgeable and eager to help you decide among the many authentic lamb, chicken, seafood, and vegetable dishes.
Word to the wise, the more people you go with the more things that you can try. This way everyone in your party is able to sample a variety of Indian food. However, eating ...
Indian food offered great diversity to my normal eating styles. The food was cooked in ways that I could never do myself. The taste was like no American food that I had ever eaten ...
Good food. This is where I learned to like Indian. On the Northwest side of town near the Medical Center and USAA try India Palace. It is just as good.
The food and ambience is excellent. Mr Bassi, the head chef makes mouth watering dishes that dance on your pallat. The best food I,ve had of Indian cuisine. Come to think of it, it's ...