Warsaw Journals

Indian restaurants in Warsaw

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A travel journal to Warsaw by dangaroo

Quote: A look at Warsaw's range of Indian restaurants

Tandoor Palace

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Restaurant | "Bahjis Beat Pierogis"

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The Tandoor Palace is one of the oldest Indian restaurants in Warsaw, the owner an Indian-Singaporean ensures that the food is well prepared and cooked by his Nepalese chefs. The menu consists of Indian, Singaporean and some other S.E Asian cuisine. I have a preference for the Indian food and have sampled just about everything on the menu.My favourite main meals are the Chicken Tikka Butter Massala and the Dahl Makahani, starters like the garlic naan, Chicken Toni and Onion Bahji's are superb. Pappadums and a selection of sauces are free on the house. A great vegetarian option is Malai Kofta, balls of vegetables in an amazing green yoghurty sauce.Not only is this the best India...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on July 3, 2008

Tandoor Palace
Ulica Marszalkowska, 21/25
Warsaw, Poland 00-628
+48 22 825 2375

India Curry

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Restaurant | "Yum Yum"

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Recent years has seen an increase in the number of Indian restaurants in Warsaw, many of them are pretty good. India Curry has been around a bit longer than these newcomers and I think it was the 3rd one in town after Maharaja and Tandoor Palace. India Curry's fanbase grew largely thanks to the Lunch time offers which included delivery to offices but I'm not sure if they are doing that any more.The restaurant is in a courtyard, decorated nicely with a heavy Indian theme and a nice fountain - this place is probably Warsaw's most comfortable place to eat Indian. The restaurant is very spacious and I've always found the food to be pretty good. It does strangely get mixed reviews though, in pa...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on January 13, 2009

Mandala

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Attraction | "A Restaurant by Day, a Club by Night"

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Mandala located in a courtyard close to the Central Station in Warsaw's poor excuse for a red light district is an excellent little find. Mandala isn't a big place, with a small bar downstairs and a few seats, a particularly classy toilet (I checked it out just for this review - the food didn't lead me there)The kitchen is open from midday through to 10pm with slightly shorter hours on a Sunday, the chefs are from Nepal and there's an array of Indian cuisine available at a substantially better price than a lot of other places serving Indian food in the city. With lunch time meals costing between 19zl and 30zl (£4-£6), you can't go far wrong. I've not actually tasted the food, so perhaps yo...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on February 24, 2009

Namaste India

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Restaurant | "Namaste!"

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Namaste India is a strange one, a new comer on the scene, it opened up 2 years ago and swiftly became recognised as the best Indian food in town, they're always packed with customers and orders, covering catering and often holding Bollywood themed parties in clubs across the city.They've also done a fair bit of advertising and putting their name about, so why they decided to have the smallest seating arrangement in the whole city is beyond me! Two tables at the side of a busy queue is not exactly a romantic setting, the maximum capacity of this place has to be around 4 or 5! Most people pre-order their food and then come and pick it up, the food is outstanding and I've never heard anyone s...Read More

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on January 13, 2009

Namaste India
Nowogrodzka 15
Warsaw 00-511
+48 22 357 09 39

Royal India Restaurant

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Restaurant | "A New Restaurant to Take the Best Indian Crown?"

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Royal India is located in the Muranow district in Warsaw in a row of shops that after several years has finally rebuilt in a swanky shopping mall style, the offerings are far richer than before but it doesn't quite have the character it used to. It's easily reachable by trams 33,16,19 and 17 from the Central Train Station.I'd been snubbing Royal India for several weeks on the basis that it seemed a bit too cheap and internet reviews weren't particularly praising it. Having been a bit disappointed with my usual Indian, I decided to give it the benefit of the doubt and headed over there one afternoon.Like most people I suppose, we always make the mistake of ordering way too much ...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on July 11, 2010

Royal India Restaurant
Al. Jana Pawa‚a Ii 45 A
Warsaw, Poland

Buddha Indian Restaurant

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Restaurant | "Possibly the best Indian restaurant in the world!"

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Anyone who has read a few of my reviews is likely to know I'm quite a fan of Indian food, when I first arrived in Warsaw - Tandoor Palace was the only place of note and it's competitors were poor but there's been a mouth-watering revolution in the city regarding Indian restaurants since and now there's several good options. Buddha Indian Restaurant hit the scene around two years ago, it is located in the centre of the City on "Nowy Swiat" this is the main street for visitors and shopping, it leads to the Old Town past numerous important sights and palaces. At the very beginning of the street is the large newsagents Empik.. Poland's equivalent to WhSmith, then comes the bar "Sense" a flashy...Read More

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on May 1, 2011

Buddha Indian Restaurant
Nowy Świat 23
Warsaw, Poland
22 826 35 01

Bombaj Masala

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Restaurant | "It's ok, that Bombay"

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Location and styleBombaj Masala is an Indian restaurant in Warsaw, it's located in the Atrium centre, a popular business centre with corporations on the corner of Ul. Jana Pawla II and Ul. Grzybowska. I'd cycled and walked past it almost every morning and when my local closed down, it proved a good moment to give it a go. The restaurant's decor is a little modern for my taste, simple, sleek and spotless, you won't find any gaudy colours or elephant designs here, it's aimed at the corporate crowd and the plain black tables and spacious dining area is as distant from the typical cluttered Indian restaurant as you're likely to come across. With open windows on to the street, it's typical of m...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on July 3, 2012

Bombaj Masala
Staroscinska 10/12
Warsaw, Poland
22 392 64 75