Tarka Indian Kitchen
5207 Brodie #120, 512/892-2008
Hours: Sun.-Thu., 11am-9pm; Fri.-Sat., 11am-10pm
Tarka offers a quick, affordable alternative to its sister restaurant, Clay Pit
Claudia Alarcón, February 18, 2010
The menu covers many regions of the Subcontinent, with an emphasis on Southern cuisine and a few Indo-Chinese dishes from the Manchurian region. Asiana has won over the neighborhood with authentic, lesser-known dishes appearing on weekends, as well as a great lunchtime experience.
801 E. William Cannon #205, 512/445-3435
This family-owned place has a massive menu, covering several regional cuisines. Insiders know the lunch buffet is packed, offering fresh naan, appetizers, meat curries, vegan dishes, tandoori specialties, soups, salad, and dessert, at a reasonable price. For a more formal repast, go in the evening for prompt and courteous service.
4894 Hwy. 290 W., 512/358-0909
Backyard-based Indian-Texan mashup food truck serving fusion dishes like roti tacos & lamb sliders.
12521 Twin Creeks Rd., Manchaca