Indian Delhi Palace

Indian Delhi Palace brings the flavors of India to the Valley and has been doing so for decades according to General Manager Phulprett Singh. “When Indian Delhi Palace first opened back in 1985, we were the first Indian restaurant in Arizona, in Phoenix,” Singh said. “We’ve been in the Valley showing people what Indian food is when nobody knew what it was.” The restaurant features a lunch buffet and a more formal dinner. It also has a banquet hall that is available for weddings and professional gatherings.

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Restaurant address: 5104 E McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ

Phone number: 602-244-8181

Website: www.indiandelhipalace.com

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