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Indian Restaurants in North Austin

13 results Indian North

Biryani Pot

IndianNorth$10-$25

For weekday lunch try the tahli platter, with meat or vegetarian style, which includes nine items that change daily. Appetizers like Chicken 65, fried chicken morsels.

12407 N. MoPac Ste. 200-B, 512/837-4444

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Bombay Bistro

IndianNorth$10-$25

Everything we've had has been amazingly good. Complex and richly layered sauces and superb breads form a large and unique menu.

10710 Research #126, 512/342-2252

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Bombay Express

IndianNorthUnder $10

offers predominantly South Indian street food, served in a clean space by helpful and friendly staff. Be sure to try the fried idli, pani puri, khasta kachori, and the chole samosas.

13000 N. I-35, Bldg. 12 #216, 512/491-5055

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Bombay to Kathmandu Kitchen

IndianNorth

9616 N Lamar Blvd #168, 512/490-6432

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Curry in Hurry

IndianNorthUnder $10

The authentic North Indian vegetarian menu here changes every day. Order an entrée and a side at the counter, and one minute later it arrives with rice and roti or paratha alongside. The aloo sabzi is available every day.

2121 W. Parmer #114, 512/821-0000

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Madras Pavilion

IndianNorth$10-$25

This vegetarian restaurant offers spiced vegetable dishes served with white or tamarind rice for lunch and a wide selection of reasonably priced appetizers, dosai, and sambar for dinner.

9025 Research #100, 512/719-5575

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Masala Wok

Chinese, IndianNorthUnder $10

This ethnic fusion spot offers traditional Indian fare as well as Chinese-inflected dishes. Wok cooking blends well with Indian spices – you'll find plenty of vegetarian options.

10515 N. Mopac, Ste. A-155, 512/296-2977

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Naanfull

IndianNorthUnder $10

The visible assembly line makes it easy to create your own wraps and bowls. It also brings spinach pakora to a more familiar, Americanized setting. Try the curry paneer platter. Thumbs up.

11101 Burnet Rd. Ste. A130, 512/717-3155

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Saffron

Indian, Pan-AsianNorth

Nestled comfortably in Northwest Hills' commercial strip along Far West Boulevard, Saffron combines the flavors of Nepal and India with a modern dining sensibility. Look for homey curries, house momo, and hybrid dishes like Bombay Brussels.

3616 Far West Blvd., 512/241-1732

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Shalimar Restaurant

IndianNorth$10-$25

Sample Pakistani food that's second to none and a bhunna ghosht that'll really make you sweat. You can try the buffet, but it's even better to take a chance on the menu items.

9310 N. Lamar, 512/719-3700

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Spicy Monsoon

IndianNorth

13717 North MoPac Ste. 300, 512/255-6060

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Swad

Indian, Vegetarian/VeganNorth$10-$25 First Plates 

The Thali Special is probably the best sampler for newbies, but you can't go wrong with the different dosas they offer. Show up hungry.

9515 N. Lamar #156, 512/997-7923

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Taj Mahal Indian Cuisine

IndianNorth$10-$25

The menu at this cozy outpost of Taj Palace includes a variety of meat, fish, and vegetables that have been marinated in yogurt and spices before a trip to the ultra-hot tandoor. For a richer option, we love the saag curry with shrimp, creamy spinach studded with plump shimp. The menu here is almost identical to its sister restaurant Taj Palace, and the lunch menu remains at the same price point.

12407 MoPac N., 512/837-4444

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