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Famous Indian Restaurants in Beijing

Indian Cuisine is famous for the variety using of the spices and flavorings. The perfect blend of the spices and seasoning make it popular around the world as well as in China.

Beijing, the capital city in China and it’s also an international city for the tourist over the world. So there are many Indian restaurants in Beijing. TopChinaTravel has especially listed the most famous Indian Restaurant in Beijing for Indian tourist or people who would like to have a taste of authentic Indian meal while traveling in China.

Beijing Ganges Indian Restaurant

Ganges Indian Restaurant has been serving delicious, authentic Indian cuisine to residents of Beijing since 2005, and now there are 5 branches in Beijing. They are all very popular among Indian nationals and other expatriates, overseas students and tourists, and Beijing natives, all of whom appreciate the fine taste of Indian food as well as the reasonable prices. It is the best destination for great tasting the authentic Indian food in Beijing, with all your favorite Northern Indian recipes, highlights from the Southern Indian style of cooking, and the latest from the exciting fusion style of modern Mumbai.

• Sanlitun Branch: 202, 2 Floor, Bldg 1, Shimao Dept Store, 13 Gongti Beilu
• Dongzhimen Branch: 2 Floor, 28 Dongzhimen Waidajie (opposite the Canadian Embassy)
• Chaoyang CBD Branch: B138A, The Place, 9 Guanghua Lu
• Lido Branch: Shop 5, Hairun International Apartments
• Haidian Branch: U-Center, 28 Chengfu Lu
Business Hour: 11:00AM-23:00PM

Beijing The Taj Pavilion

The Taj Pavilion was opened in 1998 and now there are 3 branches in Beijing. The 3 branches are all centrally located in the city. It is a good places to go for Indian tourist and the Indian food hunters. They serve typical Indian food which comes from all over India and specialize in Northern and Southern authentic Indian food. It offers the authentic Indian food with the use of the typical Indian spices. The menu is quite extensive with all kinds of classic dishes from all over the India, including the mild- 'Khormas' to the spicy taste of- 'Vindaloos'. The speciality are the tandoori dishes. There are also many varieties of vegetables choice all over the India where a vegetarian will not go home half-hungry. Staffs here are lovely and attentive. Except for the delicious food it offers, this restaurant also have a pleasant environment for guests. The restaurant has predominantly an Indian decor surrounded by the wooden carvings on the walls under a huge dome in the centre. There are silk paintings hanged on the walls, which together depicts the royalty and culture from the Moghul era of India.

• China Overseas Plaza: 2nd Floor, F2-03, NO.8. Guanghua Dong Li, Jianguomen Wai Avenue
• Metro Park Lido: 3rd Floor, Beside Bowling Alley, Jichang Road, Jiang Tai Road
• Euro Plaza: L222, Yuxiang Rd, Tianzhu Town, Opp. New China Int. Exhib Center, Shunyi District
Business Hour:
11:30 AM.-2:30PM; 6:00 PM -10:30 PM

Beijing Raj Indian Restaurant & Bar

Raj Restaurant was opened in Aug.2004 and now located in a 200-year old Beijing traditional Court Yard which is 100 meter west of the Drum Tower. It’s said that Raj is one of the top Indian restaurants in Beijing. RAJ is also honored with "the outstanding Indian restaurant of Beijing 2006" award. With the talent Indian chef and staff, Raj will provide you the extraordinary regional Indian delicacies from the western, eastern and northern regions in India ranging from bengan aftab (grilled eggplant with coriander) and vegetable pakora to lamb samosas and more. It also offer pleasant dining experience for guests.

Address: No.31 GuLou Xi Street, XiCheng District
Business Hour: 11:00AM-10:00PM

Beijing Mirch Masala Indian Cuisine

Mirch Masala is a stylish restaurant located near the Ritan Park, Beijing. It will be a little hard to find the place for the first time as it is hidden in a strip mall and not on the main street but it can provide you a quite and nice dining ambience. With the service of the very polite and prompt staff, you will enjoy your time there. The place is in the food court where there are also many Chinese restaurant food. Mirch Masala’s menu is very flexible and delicate with beautiful food picture and nice layout. Indian dishes from Mirch Masala are made using free-range Halal meat. More over they can also provide lots of vegetarian options.

Add: North Gate of Ritan Park, No.39 Shenlu Street, Chaoyang District
Business Hour: 11:00AM-10:30PM

Beijing Indian Kitchen

Beijing Indian Kitchen is located in Chaoyang District, Beijing where you can taste the authentic food of South Indian curries at reasonable prices, is not for the indecisive or curry-virgin. If you're not concerned about your waistline, ask the charming staff for a richer curry. Try the chicken pepper fry and wash it down with some fantastic masala tea. If you have no idea which dish is best for you, then you can try their buffet lunch at a great value. Additionally, you can ask about purchasing any ingredients for Indian food here as they have an importing business for spices, lentils and other products. Then you can try to made some delicious Indian food at home.

Address: 2 Floor No 2 Sanlitun Beixiaojie, (opposite Korean embassy), Chaoyang District
Business Hour: 11:00AM-2:30PM; 5:30PM-11:00PM

The above are some recommended best or famous indian restaurants in Beijing. They are all centrally located. You can easily get there by taxi.