Indian Tandoori Porto – The understated Indian

restaurants
Restaurants

"Indian Tandoori" is a staple for me. Every now and then I get the odd Indian food craving and this is where I turn to when I'm in Porto.

Aww, the memories. Indian Tandoori is a staple for me. Every now and then I get the odd Indian food craving and this is where I turn to.

A friend introduced me to this precious little gem a couple of years ago. The first bite into the incredible cheese naan, dipped in the beautifully spicy sauces, got me hooked for good. Since then I've introduced the restaurant to quite a few people and everyone seems to fall in love.

Indian Tandoori actually seems to be a well-kept secret, even among locals, which means it's never crowded. Also, it's quite low-cost for its kind, and trust me, it's not because the food is lacking.

It's not fancy, it's not garish, it doesn't look oh-so-Indian. The service isn't particularly welcoming, but it's still thoughtful. Indian Tandoori is all about the delicious, authentic Indian flavors. It's the real deal.

It looks like they've taken an old Portuguese restaurant, randomly put up some decorations that represent Indian iconography and turned the TV on to some channel that's often airing bollywood-esque music videos or soap operas. It's all kinds of quirky and fun, if you get in the mood.

Again, the food is the main attraction. For the main, there's plenty to choose from – all the classic Indian dishes, ranging from chicken, lamb, pork, shrimp, and even some vegetarian options. And cheese naan, lots of cheese naan on the side!

Indian Tandoori - the understated, yet amazing, Indian in Porto. The secret is out. You're welcome.

About this spot

Rua da Estação 60

11:30 - 15:00 & 18:30 - 00:00 daily

Full meal:

15

There’s so much more to discover

Discover more in Porto

Casa D'Oro – Pizza with a view!

"Casa D'Oro" is a place I go to enjoy the sunny days in Porto. It's a pizzeria and a cafe/restaurant (get the nutella focaccia) and I just adore the view!

restaurants
Restaurants

By

Sofia

Kendall

Paju Restaurante – After hours

"Paju Restaurante" is one of the few restaurants that are open really late at night in Porto. Go for the prego no pão and the tripinhas...

restaurants
Restaurants
snacks
Snacks

By

Rúben

Pinto

One Hundred and Sixteen – Porto nightlife

"One Hundred and Sixteen" is one of Porto's great night clubs. I go there with my friends and always enjoy myself. I recommend getting a gin & tonic there.

bars
Bars
music
Music

By

Rúben

Pinto

Il Pizzaiolo – The real Neapolitan pizza in Porto

"Il Pizzaiolo" in Porto is one of the best Italian pizzerias around. I heartily recommend their Margherita. It's a classic and one of their best!

restaurants
Restaurants

By

Camila

Aldrighi

Siza Vieira’s Porto – The city as sketch book

Porto is home to Portugal's most well-known and awarded architect, Siza Vieira. You can find his masterpieces sprinkled all over the city.

arts&culture
Art & culture

By

Vasco

Figueiredo Teles

Casa Agrícola – Fancy farmers club

"Casa Agrícola" is one of my favorite spots in our beloved Porto. It is one of those icons which has united generations through the time...

bars
Bars
coffee&tea
Coffee & tea
restaurants
Restaurants

By

Fernando

Ribeiro

Roma – Because Porto wasn't built in a day

"Roma" Porto is a small Portuguese family restaurant, located in a traditional part of Porto between Padrão and Poveiros squares. My tip: bacalhau à Braga!

restaurants
Restaurants
snacks
Snacks

By

Fernando

Ribeiro

The Happy Nest – Hidden garden in Porto's heart

"The Happy Nest" in central Porto is a coffee shop that makes breakfast, lunch or brunch enjoyable. Everything's amazing, but definitely try the croissants

coffee&tea
Coffee & tea
restaurants
Restaurants
snacks
Snacks

By

Camila

Aldrighi

Museu dos Presuntos – Afterhours goodness

"Museu dos Presuntos" is maybe the answer to your 'tapas-after-midnight' prayers. It's one of those hidden gems in Porto known only by locals.

restaurants
Restaurants
snacks
Snacks

By

Marta

Macedo

Tarantino – Hollywood pizza

"Tarantino" Porto is probably the best pizzeria to go whenever you crave a pizza and have a budget to stick to. Best bang for your buck, guaranteed!

restaurants
Restaurants
snacks
Snacks

By

Tiago

Magalhães

Conga – World class bifanas!

"Conga" Porto is where you can find world-class bifanas, ones that taste the way they should; moist, spicy pieces of pork meat in a bread; delicious!

restaurants
Restaurants
snacks
Snacks

By

Tiago

Magalhães

Kyoto – Sushi in the city

"Kyoto" is two steps away from the heart of Porto's nightlife, which makes it the perfect spot for me for a late(r) sushi dinner before a fun night out.

restaurants
Restaurants

By

Marta

Macedo

Try our app and know your way!

Our Spotters' Local Favorites Only. Skip the Tourist Traps.

Find Nearby Spots and Navigate with Ease

Save Your Favorites and See Them on the Map

Get more with the Spotted by Locals app

Only local favorites. No tourist highlights.

Find spots nearby and use the map to locate them

Save favorites and show them on the map

Our local team in Porto

Get to know our Spotters from Porto

As featured on:

Subscribe now and get 3 days of free access!

Be ahead of the crowd and join our newsletter.​

first_name *
email *

By subscribing you agree with our Terms of Service & Privacy Policy.

Unlock local hidden gems

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consect sit dolor sit amet lamet. Lorem ipsum sit.