Indian restaurants in San Francisco

Relishing Indian food at work with all possible options of deliveries & takeaways!

Today Indian cuisine has got more & more popular in United States, especially California where there is a blend of different cultures and cuisines with the IT base at Silicon Valley there are migrants flourish in from all around the world. Giving an open welcome to the cuisines of far flung lands.

chiken tikka masalaAs I say so, there are thousands of Indians who have been living in US for decades giving rise to all the love for Indian cuisine amongst the American population.

There are many Indian restaurants in San Francisco, serving some authentic Indian delicacies. Indians love their food and always seek variety in the dishes they eat. Be it healthy way you wish to eat or the bit happy go lucky way Indian restaurants in San Francisco has it all.

Samosa, an Indian appetizer has become popular choice amongst the Americans, the authentic samosa has a filling of potatoes and peas spiced with turmeric, salt, cumin, garam masala, lemon and cilantro, it’s wrapped in a pastry sheet and deep fried.

Indian chaat onlineOther very famous starter is Vegetable bhajji, onion bhajji, they are veggies dipped in chickpea flour and deep fried, rustic and delicious best enjoyed on a rainy day or a chilly winter evening, you can order food online via www.mealhi5.com and relish decadent samosas that are also nowadays available with fillings of lamb or chicken as well!

There are lovers for the tandoori chicken and tandoori paneer, Tandoori fish or prawns and many other tandoori delicacies which are marinated in various kinds of spice, herbs mixed with yogurt and then baked in a tandoor, a clay oven that gives a BBQ effect and feel and has a rustic flare to it. Indian restaurants in San Francisco serve some to die for tandoori dishes! MealHi5 has many Indian restaurants all around United States who serve some delicious Indian tandoori dishes and appetizers!

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