8 Indian Restaurants To Spice Up Your Palate

By Mackenzie Taylor
In Food

It’s time to get spicy tonight and test your tastebuds against Indian cuisine. We found eight Indian-inspired restaurants for you to try.

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Everest Cafe and Bar
Not only does this family-owned and operated restaurant serve Indian cuisine, but you can try your taste buds out on its Nepalese and Korean offerings as well. 4145 Manchester Ave., The Grove

Flavor of India
This hole-in-the-wall restaurant is the perfect spot to try Northern Indian food if you’re unfamiliar with the cuisine. 11939 Olive Blvd., Creve Coeur

Gokul Indian Restaurant
With its 100 percent vegetarian menu, Gokul Indian is a delicious option for all of your friends and family. 6101 Delmar Blvd., Delmart Loop

House of India
The Loop has its fair share of wonderful Indian restaurants and House of India is one of our go-tos. Specializing in tandoori chicken and classic Indian dishes, make sure to stop by. 8501 Delmar Blvd., University City

India Palace Downtown
Head inside to this bright and colorful restaurant for an all-you-can-eat lunch buffet served up every day of the week. 711 Olive St., Downtown

Mr. Currys India Restaurant
Located in the heart of Downtown, this all-you-can-eat Indian buffet is one you can’t miss out on. 612 Olive St., Downtown

Rasoi Indian
Experience traditional Northern and Southern Indian food in the heart of the Central West End. 25 N. Euclid Ave., Central West End

Taj Mahal Traditional Indian Cuisine
If you’re a lover of all things kebabs and hot, spicy curry, Taj Mahal is calling your name. 567 Melville Ave., Delmar Loop

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