April 22, 2019

10 Indian Restaurants in Manila Worth A Try This 2019

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  • If there’s a cuisine that is underrated and deserves to be talked about (and sampled) more, it’s Indian cuisine. The cuisine may seem intimidating and daunting with all its flavors and spices, but that’s what exactly makes it interesting and unique—its combination of flavors and spices.

    So if you’re looking to venture into the cuisine, we have compiled some of the best Indian restaurants in Metro Manila perfect for your next food crawl. 

    Royal Indian Curry House
    5345 General Luna Street, Poblacion, Makati City

    The Royal Indian Curry House, fondly dubbed as RICH, is the first and only sports resto-bar in Manila which serves some of the best North Indian and Pakistani dishes. The grandiose five-story restaurant offers a selection of curry, but a popular one is their spicy Mutton Rogan Josh, made with tender lamb and traditional herbs and spices like fennel seeds and dry ginger.

    Website: royalindiancurryhouse.online
    Facebook: facebook.com/Royal.Indian.Curry.House.15

    Also read: Royal Indian Curry House in Poblacion

    New Bombay Royale
    Venice Grand Canal Mall, Mckinley Hill, Taguig City

    With dishes cooked especially by Indian chefs and served by their highly trained staff, the New Bombay Royale provides a true Indian dining experience. They have a menu full of scrumptious dishes, but one must-try is their Chicken Tikka Masala.

    Facebook: facebook.com/newbombayroyale

    Also read: New Bombay Royale in Venice Grand Canal Mall

    Kashmir Indian Restaurant
    Multiple branches around Makati City and SM Mall of Asia

    Image from Kashmir website

    Kashmir is one of the pioneering Indian restaurants in Manila. What started out as home-cooked meals by three sisters has transformed into a restaurant (with multiple locations) and has been in service for 40 years now.

    Website: kashmir.ph
    Facebook: facebook.com/kashmir.ph

    Also read: Kashmir: Indian Dining Destination in Metro Manila

    Queens at Bollywood
    2/F Greenbelt 3, Ayala Center, Makati City

    Located at Greenbelt 3 in Ayala Center, Queens at Bollywood is a popular spot for Indian cuisine as it serves over 200 dishes cooked inside a tandoor, a clay oven used for cooking and baking.

    Website: www.queenstajbollywood.com
    Facebook: facebook.com/queenstajbollywood

    Also read: Queens at Bollywood in Greenbelt, Makati

    G/F D-Strip Bldg., #20 United St., Brgy. Kapitolyo, Pasig

    Naan started out as a food stall in weekend markets back in 2016 but it has long expanded since then. The restaurant’s main goal is to serve simplified Indian food by creating straightforward dishes that will let even those unfamiliar with the cuisine still have an enjoyable gastronomic experience.

    Facebook: facebook.com/naan.mnl
    Instagram: instagram.com/naan.mnl

    Also read: Naan Indian Street Kitchen in Kapitolyo: A Taste of Simple Indian Cooking

    Om Indian Kitchen
    Grove Retail Row, The Grove by Rockwell, Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue, Ugong, Pasig City

    Om Indian Kitchen is a homey Indian restaurant in Pasig. Their menu features familiar and well-loved dishes of the cuisine made with fresh spices from India. They pride in having fresh spices as they make sure not to keep them longer than four months to ensure the aroma and fragrance.

    Facebook: facebook.com/omindiankitchen

    Also read: Om Indian Kitchen at The Grove by Rockwell

    Little India Healthy Cuisine
    2/F 24-F, Malingap Street, Teachers Village West, Diliman, Quezon City

    Image from Little India Healthy Cuisine website

    Little India Healthy Cuisine is an Indian restaurant residing in Malingap Street in Quezon City. It offers plant-based Indian dishes that are perfect for vegetarian and vegan diners.


    Mantra Bistro
    G/F The Grand Midori, Bolanos St., Legaspi Village, Makati City

    Mantra Bistro is a little Indian restaurant in Makati that serves Northern Indian dishes. Northern Indian flavor is characterized by a thick and creamy texture and dishes almost always have onion, garlic, tomatoes, and ginger in them.

    Facebook: facebook.com/mantrabistro
    Instagram: instagram.com/Mantrabistroph

    Also read: Mantra Bistro in Legaspi Village, Makati

    Kabab & Cuisine
    20 Jupiter St., Makati City

    Kabab & Cuisine takes pride in serving authentic dishes from Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh as every dish is made from scratch.

    Website: kababandcurry.com.ph
    Facebook: facebook.com/Kabab-Curry

    Also read: Kabab and Curry in Makati: Authentic Pakistani & Continental Cuisine

    Ziggurat Cuisine Restaurant
    1/F Sunette Tower, Tigris cor. Euphrates St., Makati City

    Here’s something for adventurous foodies. Ziggurat offers choices of bold (maybe even exotic) dishes from India, the Mediterranean, Africa, and the Middle East. They also have healthy offerings for vegetarian and vegan diners.

    Facebook: facebook.com/Ziggurat-Cuisine-Restaurant

    Also read: Ziggurat Cuisine Restaurant in Makati: Exotic Flavors in the Metro

    Have you tried any of the restaurants on the list? How was your experience? We’d love to know in the comments below!

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