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1. India Palace
8440 Fredericksburg, Ste 100,
(210) 692-5262
indiapalacesa.com

Shuffled back in the corner of a strip mall on the corner of Fredericksburg and Wurzbach, India Palace is the place for all your spicy, tasty, chutney-tinged wants. Voters likely pegged this the Taj Mahal of San Antonio Indian dining because of the well-stocked buffet you can hit for lunch or dinner. Then there are the mouth-watering a la carte dishes, both of the vegetarian and meaty varieties. If you're looking for something more than the quick get-in/get-out of the buffet line, the chicken-based Indian dinner ($15.95) or the vegetarian dinner ($13.95) are two favorites. If you really wanna take on the Palace, go for giant royal dinner ($32.95), perhaps with a spiced chai to boot.

2 . India Oven
1031 Patricia, Ste 106, (210) 366-1030
indieoven.biz

3 . Mela Indian Bar & Grill
4987 NW Loop 410, (210) 682-1234
melagrill.com

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