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  • 1205 W. Trinity Mills Rd., Suite 112
    Carrollton, TX 75006
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    For more than 23 years, Al Markaz has been an institution in the Dallas-area Indian and Pakistani communities. Some of the original employees are still here, and...

  • 825 W. Royal Lane
    Irving, TX 75039
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    One of Irving’s top two places for chaat, along with Taj Chaat, is Bombay Chowpatty, named after a beach lined with street food vendors. The dining room...

  • 18101 Preston Rd.
    Dallas, TX 75252
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    This versatile North Dallas eatery seemingly does it all, from killer chaat — street snacks — to Desi-style pizzas topped with curry spices and paneer. The chaat...

  • 3301 Preston Rd., Suite #8
    Frisco, TX 75034
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    Chennai breaks the mold of the stereotypical suburban Indian restaurant with clean, modern décor, and thali options instead of buffets. Every meal must be...

  • 2912 Oak Lawn Ave.
    Dallas, TX 75219
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    Cosmic Cafe specializes in first wave vegetarian cuisine, which surely comes as no surprise to passers-by who've taken note of the Tibetan prayer flags lining...

  • 5430 Gurley Ave.
    Dallas, TX 75223
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    Kalachandji’s, inside a Hare Krishna temple in East Dallas, lets its employees decide the day’s buffet menu. Whatever they’re serving, it will probably be...

  • 1102 W. Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway
    Irving, TX 75063
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    At Kitchen of Kuchipudi, look for a lunchtime bhojanam, with the choice of vegetarian or “non-veg.” This Irving restaurant specializes in Telugu cuisine from...

  • 1301 Custer Rd., Suite 510
    Plano, TX 75075
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    Kumar’s uses savvy, “small plates” marketing to appeal to a non-Indian audience, but the restaurant is usually buzzing with south Indian guests who know the...

  • 3401 W. Airport Freeway, No. 110
    Irving, TX 75062
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    Irving’s first Nepalese sports bar was worth the wait, and it’s making the rest of the North Texas cities jealous. Only at Peak Restaurant can you watch a...

  • 13920 Josey Lane
    Farmers Branch, TX 75234
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    As the only Sri Lankan restaurant in North Texas — and one of maybe a half-dozen anywhere in America outside of New York and California — SpicyZest would be...

  • 1057 W. Rochelle Rd.
    Irving, TX 75062-5436
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    First-timers to Taj Chaat may well be overwhelmed with choices, but that’s a feature, not a bug. Inside this restaurant’s rambunctious dining room, at least four...

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