Indian restaurants in Warsaw
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The strong smells of India – the ones that churn, rather than turn, the stomach – wafting from the door are a good sign that this place does decent curry. The usual selection of tandoori chicken and rogan josh is available, and vegetarians will be happy with the likes of malai kofta (balls of cottage cheese stuffed with nuts in a coconut, herb and cashew sauce) and aloo bhindi bhaji (curried potato and okra).
Billed as the best Indian restaurant in Poland, the Palace’s food is prepared by experienced North Indian chefs using a genuine tandoor (clay oven). The extensive menu ranges from classics such as butter chicken, shahi korma (chicken or lamb in a mild, creamy sauce with crushed almonds) and biryani to Kashmiri balti dishes and sizzling platters.