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Savoring the Aroma of Spices with these Indian Restaurants in Charlotte

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CHARLOTTE, NC- Discover the new taste of spices by trying Indian cuisines in these local restaurants in Charlotte. The divine aroma will instantly make you hungry.

Planning a day full of trying out various Indian cuisines may be the perfect activity this summer. Invite your friends to dine in a group as the more is the merrier. Check out these 3 Indian restaurants in Charlotte:

1. Passage to India

If you visit University City, make sure to go to Passage India located at 9510 University City Blvd #101. Here you can find a quick meal for takeaway or a wide assortment for big dining groups. Order their Tandoori Chicken for a rich flavor of chicken or Veg Kadai for a vegan option. Not only Indian food, you can also find Indo-Chinese cuisine in this restaurant. You can also order their menu online to get the benefit of a 10% discount by applying coupon code PTI10%OFF.

2. Bombay Grille

If you are looking for a hearty warm meal with an authentic taste of India, head to Bombay Grille, located at 8706 Pineville-Matthew Road Ste 170. This restaurant has established its location as the first authentic Indian cuisine in North Carolina over 20 years ago. Known as the gateway to the Indian food journey, try their Tandoori chicken made from a combination of fragrantly mixed spices.

3. Saffron Indian Cuisine

Located at 2135 Ayrsley Town Boulevard B, this restaurant sets the standard for innovative Indian dining. Enjoy the cuisine on the great patio by ordering their Paneer Tikka, Indian cheese infused with cumin, bell pepper, and mango powder, or their Lamb Boti Kabab made from boneless lamb coated with herbs and spices.

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