A lot of people admire the luring aroma, and variety and complex spicy flavor of the Indian cuisine. All the major cities around the world have at least one Indian restaurant that serves some authentic and delicious Indian dishes. The city of Amsterdam also has some good Indian restaurants.
Here are some of the best Indian restaurants you can try in your Amsterdam tours.
Named after the Indian emperor Ashoka, the restaurant offers their customers the real experience of delightful and mouth watering Indian food. Ashoka restaurant serves both vegetarian and non-vegetarian Indian dishes that contain fine strips of ginger along with many fragrant herbs that improves their overall taste. People visit the restaurant mainly for their Thakali Hakali Khana Set.
For the past 30 years, Pind Punjabi is the most popular choice for the north Indian food among the tourists and locals. The restaurant mostly serves dishes from the Indian state of Punjab. The restaurant is known for its warm hospitality and calls itself as an extension of Indian home kitchen.
Saravana bhavan is the most famous south Indian restaurant not only in Amsterdam, but also in most of the other major cities in Europe. The restaurant serves some of the most authentic south Indian food that makes your mouth water. Saravana bhavan is the largest vegetarian restaurant chain in the world and is also one of the cheapest Indian restaurants you will find in Amsterdam. An average cost for two person will be only around $15.
Bollywood Indian Restaurant
Located in the heart of the Amsterdam downtown, Bollywood Indian restaurant serves some of the finest Indian dishes that are prepared with original Indian recipes. The restaurant is named Bollywood because they want to provide their customers with a ‘Dine like a star’ feel. The restaurant only opens after 3 pm and closes at 11 pm.
Memories Of India
The main feature of this Indian restaurant is that, it serves some of the best dishes from different provinces of India. The restaurant uses herbs and spices of excellent quality, which gives their dishes an exquisite and authentic taste. You can visit this restaurant during your tours in Amsterdam just to try their delicious Chicken korma.
Mayur restaurant was opened in the early 80s and is one of the cheapest Indian restaurants in the city of Amsterdam. It offers a diverse selection of curries and appetizers. Marinated meat biriyanis and curries served at the Mayur attract the locals as well as tourists.