The Best Indian Restaurants in Amman

Amman definitely does Levantine food right, but what about other cuisines? Of course, you can find all types of restaurants that serve food from every corner of the world, but it doesn’t always mean it’s authentic. When it comes to Indian cuisine, there are quite a few places in Jordan that specialize in it, but would an Indian actually eat there? To answer that question, here is the official list of Indian restaurants in Amman that have proven authentic enough for an Indian to get a taste of what they are missing back home.

Tandoori Oven

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The first North Indian and Pakistani restaurant in Amman, specialized in Tandoor dishes.

Samosa, pakora, raita, aloo chat, curries, chana masala, biryani, gulab jamun… See the full menu here.

Price: $$

Location: Abdoun

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Al Hindi Restaurant

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Established in 1978, Al Hindi restaurant serves both Indian and Pakistani dishes.

Pakora, curry, dal tadka, aloo gobi, biryani, palak soup, paratha, chapati, korma… Check out the full menu here.

Price: $$

Location: Jabal Amman

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Indu

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Indu takes you back to colonial India with its traditional décor and authentic menu.  Samosas, tandoori, tikka, naan, paratha, curries. In addition to seasonal menus, Indu features specialties from a different gastronomic region of India each month.

Full menu here.

Price: $$$

Location: InterContinental Hotel

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The Yellow Chilli

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The first Yellow Chilli was launched in 2001, and today there are around 80 outlets spread across India and abroad. The Yellow Chilli provides its guests a feel of traveling across India with all five senses and a plate. The menu undergoes a change every two months with exciting add-ons. Also, whichever region The Yellow Chilli makes its home, there is an adaption of the local cuisine by its menu.

Pashtooni jashn, paneer tikka,  daawat e gosht, handi, curries, kadai, rotiyon ki dawat, biryani, rasmalai… See the full menu here.

Price: $$

Location: Taj Mall, Abdoun

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Rakoon

rakoon indian food waha circle amman

Rakoon Indian Food Restaurant offers Indian cuisine prepared by Indian chefs with Indian taste and Indian spices.

Price: $

Location: 162, Wasfi Al Tal Street, Waha Circle

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Aishwaria

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Aishwaria Indian Cuisine Restaurant features North Indian Tandoori cuisine, cooked in a traditional Indian method.

Raita, samosa, subzi pakoda, pappa dom, biryani, tandoori phool, subzi yon seekh, lassi… Full menu here.

Price: $$

Location: 126, King Abdullah II Street (Al Rahmaniah, direction Sweileh)

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13 thoughts on “The Best Indian Restaurants in Amman

    1. Hey, I haven’t heard much about these places. I know there are more restaurants serving Indian food, but not sure how authentic it is. Have you been to these places and can vouch for them?

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      1. Aishwarya we tried and liked it. Its a new place not known to many but definitely indian enough. Remember to ask for more spice while placing your order if your level is on the higher side.

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  1. I’ve been to Chappati. I did not like it, only because I come from Bradford, UK. Where they serve th best curries in the world😊
    Chappati was very South Indian style, very creamy and saucy. Between 10 of us we tried variety of dishes but we’re disappointed. Suppose it depends on you palate.

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    1. The list was created by polling Indians in Amman, so I think they would have to be polled again to know their favorite 😀

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  2. Aishwarya we tried and liked it. Its a new place not known to many but definitely indian enough. Remember to ask for more spice while placing your order if your level is on the higher side.

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