When foodies munch on conversations around some of the tastiest, rich-flavored foods in world cultures, Indian cuisines are rarely off the top of the list. Suppose you are an Indian food lover living in or traveling through the United States. In that case, a handful of cities host cozy Indian restaurants ready to serve you the local taste of home delicacies like you never left.
We stumbled on a conversation among lovers of Indian carte on one internet space, and they recommend these spots if you crave the crunchiest spicy Masala Dosa and every other mouth-watering Indian treat that reminds you of the skilled food vendors lined on Delhi streets.
1. Edison, New Jersey
The township of Edison is the melting pot of the classiest Indian restaurants, a town resident on the thread explains. Another resident says you should try out Delhi Garden Restaurant in Edison as it is easily one of the best North Indian restaurants in the United States. “I'm lucky enough to live nearby! So many great Indian restaurants,” a final resident adds.
2. Bay Area, San Francisco
Suppose you're in Fremont, Sunnyvale, or any Bay Area city; several food lovers on the forum say you cannot be short of the best flavored Indian delicacies. “You can get good Indian food in just about any city in the Bay Area,” a user clarifies.
3. Yuba City, California
One person says you can get good Indian restaurants everywhere in California. A more specific contributor, however, advises you to visit Yuba City, reputable for its huge Sikh population and its delectable Punjabi food you may not find elsewhere.
4. Detroit, Michigan
A contributor says, “You can find great food all over. Detroit has a real solid Indian population and, in return, a real solid Indian food scene.” A second user says Canton has many Indian restaurants; several other contributors say they could only agree.
5. Cincinnati, Ohio
Cincinnati, in the words of a user on the forum, “has shockingly good Indian food for its size and location.” Another person agrees with Cincinnati as the perfect spot for the yummiest cuisines.
6. Greater Houston, Houston
In the view of a forum member, Greater Houston cannot be compared with anywhere else when you seek Indian dishes that tickle your palate and sensory taste. He attributes the abundance of culinary options to the oil industry in the area. Reacting to his argument, someone says they feel nostalgic remembering Houston for its rich Indian presence.
7. Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C., the capital of the United States, has a thriving Indian population, and a person on the thread says he's surprised no one mentioned it. A seconder backs his claims, explaining that “D.C. is a great food scene,” and Rasika serves the best Indian food they have ever tasted.
8. Jackson Heights, New York City
A community member thinks Jackson Heights has the best Indian food in the States. A second member endorses his claims, expressing his joy seeing the “Patel brothers on a culinary travel show” the last time he dined in a New York City Indian restaurant.
9. Devon Avenue, Chicago
A taste of Indian cuisine doesn't get better than at Devon Avenue in Chicago, someone insists. Another person says the choice of Devon Avenue is a home run, but would want to know if the first person ever gave Orlando, another district of Chicago, a try. Whichever municipality you choose, locals believe you can't be wanting the best Indian dishes when you visit the Chicago area.
10. Boston, Massachusetts
“The Boston area has a large number of Indian restaurants, including a fast food chain at food courts in a couple of malls,” a local explains. Several others on the thread agree, pivoting Boston as one of your one true spots when seeking delectable meals of Indian origin on U.S. soil.
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