Indian cuisine is a diverse and flavorful blend of spices, herbs, and cooking techniques that has become increasingly popular around the world. In Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Indian food is also a popular cuisine among digital nomads.
One of the most popular Indian dishes is Tandoori chicken, which is marinated in yogurt and a blend of spices before being cooked in a tandoor oven. This dish is often served with mint chutney and is a great option for those looking for a flavorful and spicy dish.
Another popular Indian dish is lamb vindaloo. This dish is a spicy curry made with a blend of spices, including chili peppers, and is typically served with rice or naan bread.
Biryani is another delicious Indian dish that is popular among foodies. Biryani is a rice dish made with spices, meat, and vegetables. Vegetarian options are also available, with a mix of various vegetables, beans, and lentils, as well as cashew nuts, raisins and saffron.
Indian cuisine also offers a wide range of vegetarian options, including dishes like Chana Masala, which is a spicy chickpea dish and Saag Paneer, which is a spinach and cheese dish.
Check the recommendations from community members for Indian restaurants in Gran Canaria below!
Please note that these are answers and recommendations from community members and their personal experiences. Answers can be slightly edited for clarity.
Any recommendations for a good Indian restaurant?
Curcuuma on Calle Alfredo L Jones (takeaway only)
Best Indian restaurant in Las Palmas for lunch?
I like Casa Tandoori (Indian and Nepali restaurant) near Plaza de España. They have a great menu del día from Monday – Friday.
Curcumaa is a takeaway only restaurant (on Calle Alfredo L Jones) and is superb.
Any recommendation for an Indian restaurant in Puerto Rico?
Auntie’s Kitchen GC is superb. But you have to reserve a table on Facebook as it’s always heaving.
Taj Palace in Mogan Mall has good Indian food.
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