Feeling spicy? Then it’s time to eat butter chicken and naan bread from these top Indian restaurants in West Sacramento. We scrutinized top sites, incorporating millions of diner reviews for these best Indian restaurants in West Sacramento. Can’t decide what to try? Why not opt for Thali washed down with lassi. Find the best Indian options here.
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For an elevated experience, pair your prawn curry with saffron lassi. This combination works particularly well because this cold drink cools the palate between bites.
A white wine and some nice, tasty butter chicken - specifically a Chardonnay - go really well together. This drink will help bring out the most of the mild, creamy and buttery in your food, trust us!
Knowing what to pair with green sauce palak paneer can be tricky. It’s worth exploring some white wine, particularly a glass of Chenin Blanc. This, dry, white wine balances the herbaceous green sauce palak paneer.
Love curry? So do people in The United States. The country celebrates National Curried Chicken Day every year on January 12.
Oh, where does chicken tikka masala come from you ask? Well from The United Kingdom of course! The dish first made an appearance in the 1960s.
The curry which costs $2,584, can be ordered at the Bombay Brasserie.
Finding parking in West Sacramento can be tricky, especially if you are going out for food. To make the hunt for parking easier, we’ve partnered with a cutting-edge digital parking reservation system, Spothero, that enables you to book a spot in advance before you visit your chosen Indian spot.