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Dosa on Fillmore offers an extensive menu featuring flavorful spins on authentic Indian dishes. Try their white chocolate and turmeric pot de crème, or any item off their drink menu. Like each item on the food menu, all drinks boast a mixture of powerful spices.
Dosa on Fillmore, 1700 Fillmore St, San Francisco, CA, USA +1 415-441-3672
When you mention Indian food in San Francisco, it is nearly impossible not to mention Curry Leaf. With only eight tables and a large fan following, it is unsurprising that Curry Leaf always seems to be busy. However, most would recommend you wait for a sit-down meal and enjoy the restaurant’s chai or BYOB.
Curry Leaf, 943 Columbus Ave, San Francisco, CA , USA +1 (415) 440-4293
A relatively inexpensive favorite among locals is Pakwan Restaurant. Their chicken tikka masala is truly delectable. Be sure to stop by K&D Market across the street first to grab your favorite wine to bring to dinner. Additionally, this is the Indian joint you want to hit up if you’re feeling extra hungry.
Pakwan Restaurant, 3180-82 16th St #2, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415-255-2440
Curry Up Now originally opened as a food truck in 2009. The owners wanted to bring the street food of their childhood to the hilly slopes of San Francisco. The truck is known for offering large servings of fusion food. Items on the menu combine different cuisines, so enjoy a bit of Italian influence with the fried ravioli with tikka masala dip.
Curry Up Now, 659 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415-504-3631
Lahore Karahi is located smack dab in the Tenderloin and can only be described as a hole in the wall. Don’t let their appearance fool you, and instead let their low prices lure you in. Like many local Indian spots, customers order at the counter. Although it is situated atop one of San Francisco’s famous hills, be sure to walk there so you can enjoy Lahore Karahi’s free chai.
Lahore Karahi, 612 O’Farrell St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415-567-8603