Indian food brought right to your door in Edmonton

Indian food is like a warm hug on a cold day, and a welcome opportunity to leave the oven off on a hot day. Basically, it’s perfect year-round. While a visit to a restaurant is always nice, sometimes you just want to stuff yourself silly with this spicy, decadent cuisine in your own home. These Indian restaurants deliver fresh, authentic dishes straight to your door.

Origin India Restaurant

10511A 82 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 2A3

With a prime location near the University of Alberta, Origin India is popular among current and former students alike. There’s nothing like a delivery of fresh, hot butter chicken or beef samosas to get you through a stressful study session. Their butter naan bread is a great addition to any meal, as are the stuffed mushrooms – they’re filled with cream cheese, battered in chickpea flour and deep fried to golden perfection. There are vegetarian and non-vegetarian options available, and they offer delivery through an online service.

New Asian Village

200-10 Main Blvd, Sherwood Park, AB T8A 3W8

With multiple locations throughout Edmonton, Sherwood Park and St. Albert, you’re never far from a New Asian Village. Still, you can make them come to you – they offer delivery through a reliable online service. Their butter chicken is spicy perfection, and the tandoori mixed grill is a sizzling delight to try when you can’t decide between chicken, beef or lamb. The chana pindi (chickpeas with tomatoes and onions) and the aloo gobhi ki nazaket (potatoes and cauliflower cooked in spices) make wonderful side dishes.

Daawat Authentic East Indian Cuisine Ltd

10015 82 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 1Z2

Located on Whyte Avenue, this East Indian restaurant offers free delivery on orders over $30 within a limited distance. Start with some vegetable pakora – these deep-fried fritters are made with spinach, onion, a special flour blend and spices. Pair them with spicy mint or sweet mango chutney. Add some fish tikka and fire-breathing chicken vindaloo to make it a meal. They also serve a variety of breads, including roti, naan and paratha – leavened bread cooked in a clay oven.

Indian Fusion

8208 107 St Nw, Edmonton, AB T6E 6P4

This downtown East Indian restaurant prides itself on using fresh ingredients and leaving out butter in its recipes – even their butter chicken doesn’t contain it. They also don’t deep fry stuff. Their samosas are baked, and the tikka chicken and beef is cooked in a clay oven. You’ll find a nice variety of lamb, chicken, goat and fish entrees, as well as plenty of vegetarian dishes, such as vegetable korma or mixed vegetable curry.

Bistro India

10203 116th Street NW, Edmonton, AB T5K 1W3

Located in Oliver Square, this restaurant serves cuisine from South India’s coastal region. The chef-recommended items include traditional Tamil Nadu style oven-roasted lamb chops, lentil cakes served with coconut and tomato-onion chutneys, spicy Manchurian chicken and Hyderabadi lamb biryani. They offer delivery through an easy-to-use online service, so you don’t ever have to venture out in foul weather to enjoy a tandoori platter. Save room for their homemade nut kulfi (Indian ice cream made from pistachios, cashews and almonds) or cardamom-infused crème brulee.

Nosh Cafe

102-10235 124 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5N 1P9

This downtown café, a popular lunch spot located on 124 Street, offers delivery online. They serve Indian dishes such as wraps, curries, masalas and kormas, and offer vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free choices. They also offer their own take on some classic Indian dishes, with items such as chicken masala and samosa burgers and Alfredo penne with chicken tikka. Entrees include dosa wraps (crepe-like wraps made from lentils and rice) with a variety of fillings, including spicy chana and lamb masala.

Little India Ltd

9250 34 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 5P2

This southside restaurant serves delicious Indian and Indo-Chinese dishes, including plenty of vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options. Their Indian dishes include classics such as butter chicken, chana masala and chicken tikka masala. They also offer vindaloo, curry, masala, kadhai, bhuna, saagwala and roganjosh dishes with a choice of chicken, lamb, goat, fish or shrimp. Be sure to add some roti or one of their many kinds of naan bread to your meal. And, they advise that delivery orders be placed 90 minutes in advance.

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