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Tandoor Restaurant

I’ve been craving for naan bread. So last week, I got in my car and drove up and down BuHi and Duluth in search of an Indian Restaurant that did not serve lunch buffet. I went to four. I called two. No such luck. Until my lovely friend tipped me to Tandoor.

This place is literally a hole-in-a-wall. It’s in a strip mall. It’s cafeteria style. There’s no waiter service. You go up the counter and place your order. You eat off styrofoam plates and plastic utensils. You serve yourself water from a huge plastic jug. There’s even no air conditioner. But what it lacks in ambiance and decor, it makes it up big time in food. This is the best Indian/Pakistani food in the city. I was totally impressed by the taste, quality, and value of food.

Tandoor Restaurant (Marietta)

The Palak Paneer is the best version I’ve had here — much like the ones I’ve tasted in Asia. It is made with fresh spinach and paneer. It is creamy and the perfect shade of spinach-green — a welcome sight from the ubiquitous fake bright green color seen at most places. The curry is subtle but flavorful. The consistency is perfect. It is certainly delicious.

Tandoor Restaurant (Marietta)

Tandoor Restaurant (Marietta)

The tandoori chicken is so (finger lickin’) good — the meat is fresh, juicy, and tender then grilled perfectly. The boneless chunks of chicken in the Chicken Boti is evidently marinated for hours and the divine tamarind chutney it is served with, is a magnificent paring that provides some heat and additional contrast in flavor. The skewered leg-and-thigh in the Chicken Tikkah is also as good as the Boti. If chicken in bone is your thing, then this is for you.

The curries are all delicious. I particularly loved their Chicken Butter (Chicken Makhani). It was light yet still retained a great curry taste. The Nehari (a popular breakfast stew that is cooked for hours) is my favorite. Made of beef shank, the super tender morsels of meat are so flavorful. The stew is rich, but not so that you feel weighed down after a meal. I had my heart set out for the Goat Korma, unfortunately, they were already out.

Tandoor Restaurant (Marietta)

Of course, the naan is absolutely dreamy: doughy, pillowy, buttery, charred. It took a good deal of self-control to stop after eating two (though, I could have very well eaten more). The garlic naan is equally good and doesn’t have an overpowering garlic taste as one would expect.

I am dreaming of the food (and naan) as I write this and I am already plotting my return later for lunch. Yes, it’s that good.

Insider tip:
Prices are very inexpensive (bbq items start at $4.99, curries and stews at $6.99). Three items on the menu will feed two hungry people very well.
Their Mango Lassi is the best.
Combo Platters are available daily (choice of curry, rice, and naan) and are priced from $7.99.

The scoop:
Tandoor Restaurant
279 Powers Ferry Road SE
Suite F
Marietta, GA 30067
(678) 560-2038

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8 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Lauren // May 27, 2009 at 3:02 pm

    There is a place on Peachtree Industrial called The Rose of India or something like that, they do not have a lunch buffet.
    Bummer that they almost all do!

  • 2 Ant // May 28, 2009 at 2:52 am

    I pass this place all the time and have wondered about it. I will check it out this weekend.

  • 3 1st Person: Georgia Restaurants » Blog Archive » Review of Reviews - Brown's Guide to Georgia // Jun 4, 2009 at 4:49 am

    [...] “This place is literally a hole-in-a-wall. It’s in a strip mall. It’s cafeteria style. There’s no waiter service. You go up to the counter and place your order. You eat off styrofoam plates and plastic utensils. You serve yourself water from a huge plastic jug. There’s even no air conditioner. But what it lacks in ambiance and decor, it makes it up big time in food. This is the best Indian/Pakistani food in the city. I was totally impressed by the taste, quality, and value of food.” Read more about Tandoor Restaurant on Chow Down Atlanta. [...]

  • 4 Fred Brown // Jun 4, 2009 at 5:22 am

    You’re featured on Brown’s Guides home page this morning.

  • 5 Jennifer Z. // Jun 4, 2009 at 10:38 am

    Glad you finally got up there. Knew you’d like it. It’s become our go-to spot whenever we crave Indian/Pakistani.

  • 6 Chloe // Jun 4, 2009 at 9:35 pm

    I loved it. And I’ve been back twice. Well, actually, three but it was a Monday and they were closed.

  • 7 Spice it up: Planet Bombay // Jul 11, 2010 at 1:37 pm

    [...] to compensate. Case in point, they use real paneer in their Saag Paneer (though, the one at Tandoor blows everyone away). Their creamy curries are respectable but lack the appropriate heat I long for [...]

  • 8 Tandoor Restaurant // Dec 3, 2012 at 7:58 am

    [...] place has been around for a while, in fact, I’ve already written about it three years ago. But I was in the area this past weekend and decided to grab a quick lunch and take [...]

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