Best Indian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Indian food in Hoffman Estates. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Indian restaurants near you.. Hoffman Estates is a village in Illinois, United States. The village is located primarily in Cook County, with a small section in Kane County. It is a suburb of Chicago. As of the 2016 census, the village population was 51,738. The village was incorporated in 1959.
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4 based on 107 reviews
Marrying Chinese seasoning and Indian cooking techniques, Bombay Chopsticks is bringing Indo-Chinese fusion to Hoffman Estates. Created by India House's renowned owner, Jagmohan Jayara, our restaurant specializes in authentic cuisine ranging from street f
Went to this place while on a visit to Chicago!The ambience was beautiful.The food awesome! We ordered Veg fried rice, veg Hakka noodles, manchurian dry, edamame and paneer manchurian! Trust me, it reminded me of the IndoChinese delicacies of Mumbai! So delicious and perfectly-seasoned!The quantity was decent and the price seemed perfect for the quality!Our server was very caring and attentive.Wish we lived in Chicago!!!Do visit for authentic Indo-Chinese flavors and trust me, coming from a true-blue Mumbaikar, the restaurant and its food does complete justice to the name, the city and the cuisine!!Wow, it's a real treat to hear that our cuisine reminded you of the real deal back home! Your generous words are greatly appreciated, and we cannot thank you enough for reaching out and sharing your experiences with us. We look forward to welcoming you back soon. Thank you for your feedback, Bombay Chopsticks Team
4 based on 26 reviews
Godavari Chicago is an Authentic South Indian Restaurant serving people in and around the Greater Chicago Area
Food plays an important component of many Indian weddings. In fact, almost everything centers around the food. And when the wedding is a South Indian ceremony, food takes on ultra importance. There are specific items served during each of the meals. We picked Godavari after tasting their food at another wedding. With specifics as non inclusion of garlic, a light hand with the oil and an extra easy hand with the spices, Godavari made this event super special and made sure their name becomes a household reminder. We were quite satisfied with the taste test and made very little tweaks such as toning down the spice in their potato roast. Their Mango kesari and melt in your mouth vadais were a tremendous hit at breakfast and set the stage for excited anticipation from us. During lunch, Godavari's famous Malabar aviyal, pal payasam, beans curry, potato roast curry, Sambhar, rasam, tamarind rice, paruppu vadais and condiments were wolfed down along with the utterly delicious mango ice cream. Along with traditional South Indian dishes, we had ordered a daal, paneer sabzi and naan. These were a hit too. This restaurant has raised the bar on catering for weddings. Varun, the manager was extremely helpful in coordinating the whole thing. Kudos to this restaurant for handling such a memorable event.
4 based on 17 reviews
It was an awesome South Indian dinner buffet on Friday. You can also order hot plain and masala dosas along with variety of South Indian dishes like Tandoori chicken, Shrimp curry, Goat masala and lot of vegetable curries. Rosemilk and Rasamalai was also available. Buffet cost was $12.5 including tax
3 based on 35 reviews
The restaurant is decent. A humble Indian restaurant tucked in the vacant strip mall in Barrington Plaza. They had a weekend lunch buffet @$14.99 and the traditional foods are ok. Their Tandoori Chicken was not that great. I expected them to serve it sizzling hot on a grill but it was treated like the items in the buffet which is not good. The "Naan" bread is delicious, moist and hot. their "Matter Paneer" was great as well as their popular desert "Gulab Jamun". a ball cake dessert soaked in syrup. Again 3 stars because of how the Tandoori Chicken was served. They had a limited variety of Indian dishes compared to other Indian buffet and restaurants I experienced . They tried to do their version of Chinese Vegetarian fried rice with Basmati rice but it was a "Meh" as well as their version of Chinese Sesame seed coated Chicken" LOL. I think they should stick with their ethnic dishes and not venture to Chinese cuisine if they are trying to do Fusion. I would say the same for Chinese restaurants trying to cook Indian cuisine. Anyways I would come back but their are better Indian Restaurants I can think of. Came out of curiosity since it is now close to my new place of work.
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