Beijing Restaurant Guide:
Dining and Eating Out in Beijing

Indian Restaurants in Beijing

Taj Pavilion
Taj Pavilion Restaurant, Beijing Taj Pavilion doesn’t serve the best value Indian food in Beijing, but it’s almost certainly the tastiest.
The use of quality products at Taj Pavilion makes the meals truly delicious. And at around ¥70-80 for a main course, it’s not a lot extra to pay for the higher standard. The interior has been kept fairly simple, but classy chairs and a few chandeliers help give the restaurant an up-market vibe. All the classic Indian dishes are on the menu and the ¥98 buffet lunch allows the opportunity to sample a variety of your favorites at a reasonable price. Convivial management and efficient waiters round off the dining experience at Taj Pavilion.
Ph. (010) 6505 5866 Web: Open: 11:30-14:30; 18:00-22:30
Address: 1 Jianguomenwai Dajie (World Trade Center west wing), 1st Floor Subway: Guomao
Show the taxi driver: 请带我去泰姬楼印度餐厅,谢谢。地址:建国门外大街1号国贸西楼1层L128。
Raj Restaurant
Raj Restaurant, Beijing The best feature of Raj Indian restaurant is undoubtedly its enchanting interior.
Dim lighting, elegant yet understated decorations and soft music combine to create an intimate and soothing atmosphere. Delicate curtains between tables make the restaurant quite a private place to dine without killing off its liveliness. All the most famous Indian dishes are on the menu with an average main course costing ¥45. Smaller portions of many meals are also available. Naan bread sells for ¥12 while beers start at ¥15 and wines start at ¥160 per bottle. The service is decent although not all the wait-staff are well versed in English.
Ph. (010) 6401 1675 Web: Open: 10:30-14:00; 16:30-23:30
Address: 31 Gulou Xi Dajie Subway: Gulou
Show the taxi driver: 请带我去拉兹印度餐厅,谢谢。地址:鼓楼西大街31号。
Mirch Masala
Mirch Masala Restaurant, Beijing A cheerful and cozy restaurant, Mirch Masala serves up cheap and authentic Indian food.
Formerly located on Nanluogu Xiang, the new outlet has a regal red theme as opposed to the sparse previous location. What hasn’t changed is that the dining area is still small and intimate. Main courses average around ¥45 while drinks are equally cheap. The menu is heavy on Tandoor treats and also boasts a vegetarian section. Mirch Masala provides for an informal and relaxing dining experience with friendly service completing the picture.
Ph. (010) 8563 6304 Web: Open: 11:30-15:00; 17:00-22:30
Address: 39 Shenlu Jie (in Ritan Highlife opposite Ritan Park north gate)
Show the taxi driver: 请带我去马沙拉之香,谢谢。地址:神路街39号日坛公园北门对面。
Ganges Restaurant
Ganges Restaurant, Beijing Unlike most of the Beijing’s Indian restaurants, Ganges has more the feel of a simple, family-run joint.
All the classic dishes are on the menu along with a short explanation of their history or significance. Most main courses are around the ¥50 mark while starters range from ¥20-30 and extras like naan bread are ¥12-15. The food is tasty though the quality of the ingredients might not be as high as at other Indian restaurants reviewed here. For drinks, Ganges charges around ¥18 for beer while wine starts at ¥140 per bottle. Ganges is a pleasant place for a fix of Indian food, even if it won’t titillate your taste buds to the extreme. Several locations in Beijing – see the website for details.
Ph. (010) 6416 0181 Web: Open: 10:00-23:00
Address: 19 Sanlitun Lu (inside The Village) Subway: Tuanjiehu
Show the taxi driver: 请带我去恒河印度餐厅,谢谢。地址:三里屯路19号。