Find out what Indian restaurants to try in Mill Valley. Mill Valley is a city in Marin County, California, United States, located about 14 miles (23 km) north of San Francisco via the Golden Gate Bridge. The population was 13,903 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 62 reviews
Delightful owner/waiter/host and most unique fusion of Indian and Mexican food. Husband and I both had the Punjab Burrito. With a preference for a bit of heat, I asked for Level 6 (of 10) heat/spice and hubby asked for no heat.The burritos were quite substantial in size (2 per plate) accompanied by basmati rice. Tea and water were refilled promptly. And a delectable Gelato Pistachio dessert was shared. The latter, I liked very much but my husband did not care for.If you are looking for a casual, unpretentious place with very good food, try Avatar's.
4 based on 46 reviews
India Palace is known for its exotic North Indian taste, served to you in a warm, relaxed and very comfortable setting. With a wide variety of outstanding delicacies, India Palace offers you the true experience of Indian dining.
Nice Indian place conveniently located next to 101. Good Indian standard dishes, fresh naan. You have to ask for spice level, if you want it hot. Service attitude was mixed. Good value.
4 based on 68 reviews
This place exceeded expectations. We visited on a weeknight when it was pretty quiet. Food and service were great, though maybe it would slow down when busy. Itâs a pretty restaurant on a side street with spacious indoor and outdoor seating. The menu is generally familiar - Indian restaurant goers are likely to be neither surprised nor disappointed. Reasonable value for Mill Valley. I hope to return!
4 based on 203 reviews
This is one of two places in the Avatar restaurant empire, with the other being Avatar's Punjab Burritos in Mill Valley. Their tag line is âpurveyors of ethnic confusionsâ which is pretty accurate. The Indian aspect is mostly Indian, the Mexican aspect shows up mostly as tortillas and cheese and then there are things like jerk chicken (?). Ashok, the owner, host, waiter, part time cook and floor show likes to keep things in line. I got tired just watching him for the first 15 minutes. I thought the food was good with fresh ingredients and a 4 out of 5 on my rating scale. My only annoyance was my request of 6 of 10 on the spiciness scale was apparently overruled by Ashok as I think he thought I already looked too flushed to warrant something that spicy. Not worth making a fuss over. The place is tiny so reservations are probably a good idea. If youâre into a dinner experience, they do have a few seats that channel a 60âs dinner with a view of the hard working kitchen staff.
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