Philadelphia, PA - The Indian Grill, the latest BYOB restaurant located in Old City, is providing the tastes and ambiance of Indiana cuisine to Philly. Influenced by the majestic courts of India, The Indian Grill focuses on North Indian cuisine alongside hints of Indo-Chinese food. The eatery is open daily from lunchtime to dinner as well as offering offsite catering, party trays, pick-up service, delivery, and much more. The Indian Grill is a lively unique addition in the Old City district as well as the ideal location for Indian cuisine.
The Indian Grill: Authentic Indian Cuisine in Old City
The stylish decor complements The Indian Grill’s unique yet modern-day dining alternatives. Daily promotions include things like spiced to personal preference of homemade cheese, seafood, meat, and vegetable combinations. Hearty, bona fide, and varied, the lunch and dinner menu is impressive and extensive. Tandoori Chicken, Seekh Kabab, Chicken Makhani, and Chicken Tikka Masala remain mentionable favorites for non-vegetarians, while vegetarians can indulge in Malai Kofta, Navratan Korma, and Palak Panir. Also, provides vegetarian options, The Indian Grill is an ideal fit for the growing vegan community.
"We are honored to join the Old City neighborhood and bring authentic Indian cuisine to the area," says Nick B. Maneckshaw, co-owner of The Indian Grill. "We know that Philly will love our food and see how passionate we are about preparing it!"
The restaurant features traditional Indian dishes while utilizing a contemporary and unique approach to both preparation of plates as well as the use of traditional Indian ingredients. Alongside a combined experience of over 60 years, Mangal Singh Nagra and Baldev Virdi are the devoted proprietors and executive chefs. Drawing from traditions passed on from several generations, Nagra and Virdi include a unique as well as basic flavors to each every single dish, enhancing the dining experience. Continuously generating new items, the progressive chefs can personalize any plate, striving to satisfy the taste of each customer. Their love for and commitment to authenticity to Indian culture is evident in every appetizer, lunch, dinner, homemade bread, and dessert item served.