Detroit's 3 favorite spots to find low-priced Indian fare

Photo: Bonoful Sweets & Cafe/ Yelp

Looking for a yummy Indian meal near you?

Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the best affordable Indian restaurants around Detroit, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to fill the bill.

1. Amar Pizza

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Topping the list is Amar Pizza. Located at 12195 Joseph Campau, the Bangladeshi spot, which offers pizza and burgers, is the highest-rated budget-friendly Indian restaurant in Detroit, boasting 4.5 stars out of 99 reviews on Yelp. 

If you're looking for more, we found these details about Amar Pizza.

"Amar Pizza has been serving Wayne County since 2010," according to the history section of the business's Yelp profile. 

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We found this about the business's signature items: "Located in Hamtramck, our pizzas are made to order with the highest quality, fresh and 100% Halal ingredients," it states on Yelp in the section highlighting specialties. "With hearty portions and bold flavors, Amar Pizza offers consistently delicious specialty pizzas with the best dough, sauce and ingredients in town."

2. Zamzam Restaurant

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Next up is ZamZam Restaurant, situated at 11917 Conant St. With four stars out of 42 reviews on Yelp, the Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi spot has proven to be a local favorite for those looking for a low-priced option. 

We turned there for an overview of ZamZam Restaurant.

The business is known for, "Biryani rice, chicken tikka masala, butter chicken and special tea," it writes on Yelp in the section explaining specialties.

3. Bonoful Sweets & Cafe

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Bonoful Sweets & Cafe, located at 12085 Conant Ave., is another top choice, with Yelpers giving the budget-friendly Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi spot four stars out of 17 reviews. 

Yelper Aiza F. wrote, "[I] ordered a chicken tikka masala dish and a plate of sweet and sour chicken. Both were delish with exceptional, warm and fluffy naan."

Yelper Lynn H. noted, "I left with a piping-hot meal of samosa (four to an order) and vegetable korma. Both were top-notch and the whole meal, including tip, cost me around $12."

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