Contrary to the popular belief about Indian food being just spicy, it is all about the right balance of flavours, sizzling tadkas and toasty tandoors!
Updated: 17 December 2019
The third-largest city in the world has captivated everyone by its charming coffee shops, dwindling streets and a beautiful network of River Amstel running throughout the city. Indian food has left its gastronomic mark in this pearl of Netherlands as well!
Ashoka literally means happiness. This staggering eatery is established centrally in the lively district of Centrum and offers hearty portions of Indian/Nepalese food cooked to perfection. Their white-painted walls with a few pops of greenery in the background looks very aesthetic against light-timber furniture. The kids will also love here as their creamy kulfi’s with nuts are a heart winner for sure.
Roll up your selves to binge in their legendary thaali comprising of garlic naan, aloo dum curry, vegetable samosa and what not!
Part of the global Chennai-based series of eateries that chiefly concentrate on South Indian delicacies. One of its outposts is in De Pijp of Amsterdam. Crowded with hungry customers at happy hours, this simple looking place is all about flavourful food. Their extensive menu is 100% vegetarian and not too heavy on the pocket.
Their masala dosas and curries come highly recommended!
A vibrant orange paradise that is known for serving top-notch Indian dishes. It lies in the bustling Centrum. Dine-in here with a group of mates and enjoy their chill ambience while relishing the aroma of spices. The speciality of this place are their naans baked in a clay oven. It is worth discussing that their expert chef has an experience of 30 years and will customize the level of spiciness according to your request.
They have a separate vegetarian menu as well as a drinking menu comprising of a variety of liquors and beers. Savour their vegetable kofta with garlic naan and you will not stop licking your fingers!
Pioneered by Chef Pramod Sharma, Mayur is recognised for being the oldest running Indian restaurant in Netherlands. The dimly-lit secluded venue looks very mystic yet romantic excellent for a night out with your better half. Their appealing North Indian menu provides to both vegetarian and gluten-free needs. It is found near the Van Gogh Museum.
The charred tandoori naans paired with wines and succulent curries like saag paneer, bhindi etc is an outright stunner!
Indian food leaves a trace of its gastronomy where ever it goes. These restaurants are no exception to this stunning culinary miracle!
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