Out of the few restaurants in town that offers something different, this one stands out with its fine Indian and Pakistani food. Established in 1986, ... More
Out of the few restaurants in town that offers something different, this one stands out with its fine Indian and Pakistani food. Established in 1986, this is one of the oldest and best restaurants in the city to offer authentic sun-continental food. All the items are reasonably priced, with Tandoori Chicken and Lamb Curry the most popular dishes on the extensive menu. There is also a shop where you can buy ethnic handicrafts, clothing and more, from India and Pakistan.
I've eaten in Tandoor many times, and of the three Indian restaurants, it is the best in Mexico City. I agree with another writer that the naan is disappointing, but other dishes are similar to what I've had in the USA and the UK. Good for a change of pace if you tire of Mexican food, but still want some spice.
Delicious Indian food- really authentic and great flavours. The nan, I have a feeling wasn't made in the kitchen and it wasn't very tasty, but everything else was fantastic. Would definitely recommend to anyone craving Indian in D.F.
Hi I had been to this place many times. Among the three indian restaurents ( Tandoor, Kohinoor(Santa FE ) and Dawat ( Polanco . I liked the allo parata and chicken Zulferazi at Tandoor. Dawat is good for the vegetarian items and Prawns. Kohinoor is good for the tandoori chicken.