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Traditional Indian cuisine with a contemporary twist is what you should expect from The Ivory Club. This classy restaurant has managed to strike a fine balance between tradition and modernity, letting contemporary flavors seep into preparations that had remained unchanged for years. While you can enjoy authentic Indian dishes like the Magnificent Mango Madness (chicken with mango curry and rice), you also get to sample new creations like filet mignon with Indian spices and Curry in a Hurry (London-style beef Kashmiri josh with rice). The Ivory Club is perfect for those who believe in culinary experimentation.
Taj Mahal is one of Sachsenhausen's finest Indian restaurant and probably expensive as well. If you are craving for good tandoori dishes, then this is the place to be in as it is fantastic. The spice content is according to European standards however you can ask for your dish to be hot and it will be done for you. The attentive service and wonderful food keeps the restaurant always busy hence reservations are recommended.
One of the best places to experience Indian cuisine in Frankfurt is Ruchi - a small and simple restaurant tucked in the Bahnofsviertel tenement offering tantalizing North and South Indian dishes. The ethnically decorated interiors elicit a traditional and warm ambiance while service complements the offerings. From the Hyderabadi Biryani, Chilli Chicken, Vegetarian Manchuria to Mutton Kebab, the list of favorites goes on and on. And to go with the dishes you've got the yummy Mango lassi and Badam milk. Don't worry about reservations or prices, just walk into this feast.
With a menu that features a vast array of culinary gems, Jewel of India is a rather aptly named restaurant situated in the Westend. You get to enjoy Mughlai recipes that have been passed down through generations, and which have been the favorites of many emperors of ancient India. Murgh tikka masala, rogan josh, dhingri mattar and seekh kebabs are just a few of the scrumptious preparations you get to feast on before you get to Indian confections like rasmalai and kheer.