2/28/2012 04:16:00 PM

New York's 8 Best Indian Restaurants

High-end Indian from Tamarind
New York may have gotten a new Indian restaurant this week when Benares opened in the Theater District, but that eatery is going to have some stiff competition if it wants to be among the city's best. There are dozens of great Indian options around town, from hole-in-the-wall curry huts in the East Village to high-end destinations like Tamarind. Click through the below slideshow to see the victors from our last survey, and let us know which spots you think are missing in the comments.

17 comments :

  1. Thanks! I never know where to go for Indian!

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  2. I can think of at least eight more that are better than these!

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  3. I didn't know Indian food was not madatory BYOB.

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  4. I prefer the little hole-in-the-wall neighborhood spots for Indian food. $10 lunch buffets!

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  5. I love the variety of Indian resto you got here. Tiffin Walla is another fav, but Saravanaa is amazing.

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  6. These are all pretty pricey...any recommendations where to get great Indian food on a budget?

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  7. 2 words: Jackson Heights. Anyone who goes anywhere else for Indian food is kidding themselves.

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    1. Oak tree road in Iselin, NJ. Better than Jackson Heights. It used to be good, but not anymore.

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    2. Maharaja sweets is excellent vegetarian place in Jackson Heights. Highly recommended!

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  9. Raaz in Jersey City is also great for the Food. It is North Indian and Yum. However the service is erratic, at times can be on the slower side. Overall it's a great option for the vicinity.

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  10. Surprised not to see Tulsi mentioned.

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  11. that photo from junoon looks so amazing it makes me want to go right now!

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  12. Bombay Talk restaurant has earned a reputation for over 30 years of experience in the food. which also includes the famous Via Oak Tree road restaurant are Khasiyat, Paradise Biryani.
    Oak tree road restaurant

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  13. I do not think Dhaba service is 219 so just a quick heads up

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