Indian Restaurants in Jackson Heights

Samudra Vegetarian
75-18 37th Ave, Jackson Heights

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Gobi Manchurian Dosa
Spinach Masala Dosa
Vegetable Vindaloo
Butter Masala Dosa
Pondicherry Dosa
Mumbai Pav Bhaji
Vada Idli Combo
Samudra Thali
Samosa Chaat
Palak Paneer

“This place is simple and offers a homely environment. My friends and I enjoy the "Chana bhatura" as well as "Sev Dahi Batata Puri" chaat, especially, at Samudra. The owners are friendly and it's a no stress-place, which feels refreshing.“

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4.3 Superb273 Reviews
Titash Supermarket Seafood
71-06 35th Ave, Jackson Heights

“We were in the area and and were in a mood for some spicy food. We decided to go for Bengali / Bangal food. We randomly stopped by and was pleasantly surprised. The establishment was clean and open. Unlike many of the places they also have combo meals. The staff and owner were patient and friendly.“

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3.8 Good44 Reviews
Maharaja Sweets Indian
7310 37th Ave, Jackson Heights

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Masala Dosa
Samosa Chat
Bhel Puri
Rasgulla
Kheer
Laddu

“There sweets are great. Price is ok. They are running the shop as most of people run at Jackson Heights. No lines, anyone can chime in and start to order. Suggestion to owner is that they should expand there shop area. We got special baskets made for ceremony that were decent.“

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3.6 Good235 Reviews

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Ittadi

Ittadi Bangladeshi
73-07 37th Rd, Queens, Jackson Heights

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Chicken Tikka and Grill
Chicken Biryani Combo
Chicken Sish Kabab
Kaala Beef Bhuna
Kacchi Biriyani
Chicken Roast
ভাজি
Roomali Roti
Garlic Naan
Beef Tehari

“Best thing about this location is that it's literally right by the 7 train at the 74th Street Broadway stop. I didn't know about it until my friend N has brought me here to grab a quick bite and hop back on the train to be on our way. I see how busy it can get because of the convenience of the train being right next to the eatery. As for the service wise, don't get too offended if you don't get greeted by the staff. They're too busy anyway to greet anyone as there're always crowds of people lining up to pay and buy their food. I believe they accept both credit/debit card and/or cash. So, of course it can get a little hectic and rowdy. Additionally, there're always people trying to pass through in the narrowness of the pathway. Not much of an ambiance to say the least except that it's similar to a hole-in-the-wall, mom-and-pop kind of place.Now, just because the place isn't fancy doesn't mean you shouldn't stop by and check it out. Sometimes, these hole-in-the-wall eateries are actually the best places for food.Love their pulao aka butter rice (plain basmati rice cooked with coconut milk and herbs) - small one for $2-3. Tastes way better than the rice you cook at home because of its aroma when you first open the lid of the container. Good to eat on its own or if you have a little curry to mix it with. The rice was fluffy and perfectly cooked, with a subtle hint of spices. Flavors were well-balanced and aromatic, making it a satisfying and comforting meal even if you're just eating the rice alone especially on a cold day in the winter....it's great to get something hot in your system.Fried Vegetable Rolls: Blown away by these simple-looking fried finger foods but packed with variety of flavors. The rolls were filled with a delightful mix of crunchy vegetables, then fried to a golden crispy perfection. The outside was satisfyingly crunchy, while the inside remained fresh and flavorful. A definite must-try for anyone looking for a tasty and satisfying veggie option!Vegetable Samosas: Wow! The fried vegetable samosas have exceeded my expectations! Crispy, flavorful, and packed with a delightful mix of spiced veggies like diced potatoes. Each bite was a perfect balance of textures and flavors. These samosas stole the show - a must-order for anyone visiting Ittadi Garden and Grill!Will definitely go back to try its tandoori chicken legs, goat curry and definitely the jalebi - a very popular Bangladeshi type of sweet made out of deep-frying maida flour (plain flour or all-purpose flour) batter in pretzel or circular shapes. They're then soaked in sugar syrup afterwards. I'm impressed of how delicious everything looks through the glass display window. Jalebis are small, bright yellow, web-shaped cakes similar to funnel cakes. They are popular celebration and street cakes mainly in Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan. My friend said they taste good on their own or with a glass of warm milk. * Super Affordable, Budget-Friendly wise * Literally right by the Subway * Everything looks so scrumptious! * Popular eatery with locals in the neighborhood. * Opens late, so pop in if you're ever in the area.“

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3.5 Good154 Reviews
Talk of the Town Chinese
37-21 72nd St, Jackson Heights

“We ordered the House Special Briani. These guys gave us a superb customer experience and their food was fantastic. The blend of flavors and the spice were just perfect. Congratulations and I hope that anything that happened in the past stays in the past and you guys can move forward.“

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3.2 Average90 Reviews
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