The 10 Best Indian Restaurants in Fort Worth, Texas

Fort Worth, Texas, may not have a huge number of Indian restraints to its name, but in the small number it does have, there are some real gems. Whether you’re lounging for a fine dining experience, a fun, informal lunch, or a grab “n” go option, you can’t fail to find what you’re looking for on our round-up of the 20 best Indian restaurants in Fort Worth.

10. Indian Kitchen Cuisine of India

Where: 6374 N Beach St, Texas 76137

Fresh ingredients, authentic dishes, a welcoming, informal vibe, and great prices – if you’re looking for somewhere to indulge your spice cravings, you’ll find plenty to choose from on Indian Kitchen Cuisine of India’s varied menu. For those of you who’d rather eat at home, there’s a convenient online delivery option.

9. Spicy Grill and Bar

Where: 14113 Trinity Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76155

Whether you want a traditional tandoori, a spicy curry, or a soothing lassi, you’ll find what you’re looking for and more on Spicy Grill and Bar’s extensive menu. For a light lunch or starter, the mildly spiced lentil soup with cilantro is a real winner (and at just $4.29 for a large bowl, a bargain into boot). The Dal Makhni (a comforting dish of whole black lentils simmered on slow heat in a thick sauce until tendered and tempered with onion, ginger, tomato, and herbs) makes a great vegetarian main, while hungry meat-eaters can’t go wrong with the Mixed Tandoori Grill (a flavorsome pile of Chicken Tikka, Sheesh kebab, Chicken and shrimp Tandoor). Whatever you choose, you’re unlikely to leave hungry.

8. Indian Bistro 14

Where: 4519 Matlock Rd, Ste 135, TX 76018

The only thing better than the warm welcome you’ll receive at Indian Bistro 14 is the food. Offering both a buffet option and an A La Carte menu, the bistro serves up the kind of tried and tested dishes that are guaranteed to tantalize your taste buds. Tikka Masala, Dal Makhani, Butter Chicken, Goat Curry, Lamb Curry, Samosa, Tea, and Gulab Jamun are just a few of the treats you can expect. Prices are reasonable and the service is impeccable.

7. Namaste

Where: 923 E Seminary Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76115

Namaste may look the kind of place you’d not throw a second glance from the outside, but venture through its unassuming doors and you’ll be in for a very pleasant surprise. The service is beyond friendly, the prices are more than reasonable, and the food is delectable.

6. Spice 8

Where: 5633 N Tarrant Pkwy, Fort Worth, TX 76244

With its fusion of Indian and Nepalese food, Spice 8 is a great place to savor some authentic flavors in a fun, casual setting. The young, funky vibe is offset perfectly by a menu of dishes jam-packed with fresh ingredients, along with a “pick your own’ concept that lets diners get adventurous with their choices. Affordable, fun, and never anything short of tasty, Spice 8 makes a great addition to the Fort Worth restaurant scene.

5. Sana Indian Restaurant

Where: 6248 Rufe Snow Dr., Fort Worth, TX 76148

Satisfaction is guaranteed at the delightful Sana Indian Restaurant. In addition to serving up a range of flawlessly executed Indian, Pakistani & Bangladeshi dishes (including some truly exceptional biryanis and kababs), the restaurant offers a homely, welcoming atmosphere, a fast, friendly service, and some of the best prices you’ll find anywhere in town.

4. Bombay Grill Indian Restaurant and Bar

Where: 4625 Donnelly Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76107

Thanks to Bombay Grill Indian Restaurant & Bar’s all-day menu, you’ll never need to worry about getting your fix of Indian food again, whatever the time of day it kicks in. Tandoori Namoone, Chicken Curries, Lamb Specialties, Vegetable Samosa, Beef Specialties, Onion Bhaji, Seafood Delicacies, Madras Soup, Achaar Aur Chutni, Green Salad, Biryani, Fish Amitsari, Mishthan Bhandar, Chicken Tikka, Tandoori Prawns, Chicken Tikka Masala, Chicken Saagwala & Chicken Noorjani… with so many delicious dishes on offer, the only hard part is knowing which to choose. Fortunately, the friendly wait staff is more than happy to offer their expert guidance.

3. King’s Kitchen

Where: 5054 Trail Lake Dr Suite 109, Fort Worth, TX 76133-2046

Wondering why King’s Kitchen ranks so highly on our list? Then check out some of the stellar reviews on Trip Advisor… “The blend of spice and flavor in the entrees is far better than most Indian restaurants in the Fort Worth area. Kind of spicy, but every bite is delicious,” says one reviewer, while another enthuses “There are several really good Indian food restaurants in Ft Worth, but this unassuming new place clearly rises above. The decor is a little unusual, but clean, bright and modern. The sag paneer is perfection! Highly recommended!” If you still need convincing, there’s nothing else for it but to head down to Trail Lake and see for yourself.

2. Swad Indian and Nepali Cuisine

Where: 8333 Sohi Dr, Ste 100, Fort Worth, TX 76137

Not many Indian restaurants in Fort Worth offer a drive-thru, but then again, there are not many restaurants like Swad Indian & Nepali Cuisine. Unless you’re in a hurry, we’d recommend you resist the temptation of the grab and go option and book yourself a table. Not only will it give you the chance to soak up the inviting ambiance, but it’s also the best way to truly savor the delights of a menu that offers some of the best Indian and Nepalese dishes you’ll get anywhere in Texas.

1. Maharaja

Where: 6308 Hulen Bend Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76132

Rounding off our list is the superb Maharaja. Offering a range of equally delectable vegetarian and non-vegetarian options, the restaurant has been a firm local favorite for over 10 years… and little wonder. Its authentic menu of Indian dishes such as Paneer Kadai, Chama Dal, Lamb Bhuna, and Barra Kabab Masala is extensive but not overwhelming, while its warm take on fine dining is guaranteed to make you feel welcome. For those in a hurry, there’s also a convenient take out option.



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