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Honey Chitkara Apr 16 2014

Which are the best Indian restaurants around the world?

Benazir Khan Apr 16 2014
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The best Indian restaurants around the world listed here, have one thing in common: they showcase authentic flavours of the Indian cuisine. While some provide a contemporary twist to traditional recipes, others serve up food just like you would savour it at home.

Rasika, Washington DC, USA

Obama’s birthday dinner was hosted here in Washington. The Clintons celebrated their anniversary here as well. Go for the tawa specials, sigri dishes, bhuna meat and definitely the tandoori specials for the day.

A photo of bhuna kebabs (by Jess Lander)

Punjabi Dhaba, Cambridge, MA, USA

The rustic interiors will make you feel like you have entered a dhaba in Punjab. The generous portions of authentic Punjabi cuisine have locals and tourists coming back for more. Regarded as one of the best restaurants in the Cambridge area, it is particularly famous for its mutter paneer and naans.

A photo of Mutter Paneer served here (by Sonja Pauen)

Indika, Houston, USA

Chaats and a seasonal menu make Indika one of the most sought-after restaurants in Houston. The use of fresh and unusual ingredients makes Indika special. Their sweet potato samosa chaat is very popular.

A photo of the popular chaats served here (by Kirti Poddar)

Veeraswamy, London

Known popularly amongst locals as the Grand Dame of Indian restaurants, this is one of the oldest Indian restaurants in London. Their raj kachori, crab cakes, tomato soup and tandoori items are superb.

A photo of crab cakes (by ljv)

Haveli, Florence

If you find yourself craving Indian food in Florence, head straight to Haveli. Their sumptuous Punjabi menu is one of the best you will find in Italy. Their pakora mix and keema naans are very popular, making it one of the best Indian restaurants around the world.

A photo of Keema (from opencage.info)

The Big Mango, Bangkok

Lending a modern twist to traditional Indian dishes, The Big Mango in Bangkok is regarded as one of the best Indian restaurants in the world. Run by Chef Gagan Anand, it specializes in deconstructed Indian classics like mango chutney. Abhishek Bachchan is a big fan!

A photo of Mango Chutney (by Biswarup Ganguly)

Dum Pukht, Dubai

Famous for its dum pukht biryanis, this restaurant is where the Indian diaspora in the Arab Emirate of Dubai likes to meet up for meals.The biryanis served here--chicken, mutton and vegetarian--aren't just delicious, they are addictive.

A photo of Dum Pukht Chicken Biryani (from gleebize.com)

Tandoor, Beijing

You can actually watch traditional Indian dance performances at the Tandoor while enjoying your meal. Specializing in traditional Indian dishes, the restaurant in Beijing is famous for its curries and barbeques.

A photo of an Indian curry served here (by hirotomo from Marunouchi)

Punjab Grill by Jiggs Kalra, Singapore

Owned and managed by cook show host, cook and columnist, Jiggs Kalra, the Punjab Grill is a haven for those who love Punjabi cuisine. The golgappa platter, palak paneer, and the signature inhouse dish--guchchi pulao--are must-haves once in Singapore.

A photo of a golgappa platter (by Hari Prasad Nadig)

Nirvanam, Tokyo

A south Indian speciality restaurant in the heart to Tokyo, Nirvanam is famous for its flaky porotas, Hyderabadi vegetable curries and mango lassi.

A photo of the flaky parotas served up here (by Charles Haynes)

These are the best Indian restaurants around the world. Keep a look out for our list of the best Indian restaurants in India.

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