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Best Indian Restaurants in Atlanta GA

Updated on December 21, 2010

Indian restaurants in Atlanta

 You can find some of best Indian restaurants in the thriving city of Atlanta in Georgia. There are numerous small and large Indian restaurants in Atlanta, GA so this list of top 5 Indian restaurants in Atlanta is my personal opinion. Feel free to add your favorite restaurant in the comments section given below. Madras Saravana Bhavan, Bhojanic, Panahar Bangladeshi Cuisine are in this list and are in doubt the best restaurants where you can find authentic Indian dishes with a great atmosphere at reasonable prices. Whether you are craving for South Indian delicacies like Dosa or  North Indian dishes like Naan and curries, one of these restaurants has what it takes to satisfy your appetite.

Madras Saravana Bhavan

 2179 Lawrenceville Highway
Decatur, GA 30033-4303

Saravana Bhavan is a successful franchise spreading their establishments all over the world. Saravan Bhavan is a casual restaurant that occupies the corner of a shopping center across from North Dekalb Mall. Madras Saravana Bhavan offers great South Indian vegetarian food in Atlanta. Try their Masala Dosai, that is crepes made from ground rice and lentils, stuffed with potato curry. Some of their special items include, omelette, kothu parota, masala chai, tamarind rice and bise bella bath. I personally love their sambar vadai, that is deep fried vada soaked in sambar. They also have a variety of dessert items including shrikand, a milk based sweet to finish your meal in style.

Bhojanic Indian cuisine


1363 Clairmont Road
Decatur, GA 30033

Atlanta is home to the one truly fabulous, home-style Indian eatery that has the traditional taste of home without the exuberant price of other quality restaurants. Bhojanic, a family owned and operated restaurant, specializes in traditional Northern Indian cuisine that has the real taste of home. With a wide selection of food including naans, parathas, thalis, kathi rolls, chat, salads, and fresh breads as well as tapas style meal portions there is a choice for everyone. Bhojanic also has a heavy following with those in the Indian community. Desiring the true taste of home, Indian families, students, and travelers take comfort in their food. Although the food at Bhojanic remains traditional and home-style, the atmosphere presents more of an upbeat and entertaining feel. On Friday nights the place is packed. Live jazz is preformed. There is also a full service bar that offers an interesting array of drinks like the Guava Martini. This trendy and hip location is not only popular with the young but is also great for family fun. Bhojanic has won many awards including Best Indian Restaurant 2006 (The Sunday Paper), Top 10 New Restaurant 2005 (Citysearch), Best 50 Restaurants in Atlanta (Creative Loafing) and Best 20 Meals Under $20.00 (Atlanta Magazine).


Panahar Bangladeshi Cuisine

In Atlanta's First and Only Bangladeshi Restaurant, every Panahar item is individually prepared to ensure freshness and flavor to achieve optimum taste. Settle back, relax, and enjoy a pleasant dining experience. They have a daily lunch buffet where you can taste most of their specialty items and come back for dinner later. It is located on 3375 Buford Highway, Suite 1060, Atlanta, GA 30329

Other good Indian restaurants in Atlanta, GA include Santoor Indian Cuisine and Himalayas Indian Restaurant.

Indian restaurants in Atlanta on Google Maps

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A markerSaravana Bhavan -
2179 Lawrenceville Hwy, Decatur, GA 30033, USA
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South Indian vegetarian restaurant

B markerBhojanic -
1363 Clairmont Rd, Decatur, GA 30033, USA
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C markerPanahar -
3375 Buford Hwy #1060, Atlanta, GA 30329, USA
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      Hello, hello, 7 years ago from London, UK

      They sound great and you decribed them well