Tamarind is probably the best known Indian restaurant downtown. It’s pretty fancy (they only allow children above the age of six) but the Northern Indian food is overall very good. Just count on the fact that your bill will be expensive. And since there aren’t a ton of upscale Indian options in Tribeca this is a good one to know about when you need to impress clients who work in the area.
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From white-tablecloth places to cafeteria-style spots, these are our 27 favorite Indian restaurants in the city.
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Weather Up is the top cocktail bar in Tribeca. It’s a little small for groups, but it’s good for a date.
Racines is a really good place to drink wine, but this Tribeca restaurant is a really bad spot to eat food.
The Tribeca restaurant is less of the celebrity scene it once was, but still makes very good Italian food.
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Hampton Chutney Co.
Hampton Chutney Co. is a counter-service spot in Soho where you can get a sandwich, a salad, or a dosa the size of your arm. Try it for a quick lunch.
Jackson Diner is a big Indian restaurant in Jackson Heights that’s been around since the ’80s.
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