Holiday – Hours From12/10/2018 to 1/9/2019 (11am to 12 Midnight) only for Locations below.....
- 2100 B Guadalupe St, Austin, TX 78705 (512) 215 0307
- 616 E 6th St , Austin, TX 78701, (512) 215 0307
Add a little spice to your palate with a dish of authentic Indian cuisine from Teji’s Indian Restaurant and Grocery, serving you from three convenient locations in Round Rock, Austin and Cedar Park, TX. Our menu features a variety of genuine Indian dishes cooked with only the freshest ingredients.
Indian cuisine is distinguished by its various dressings, herbs and spices used in every dish, including turmeric, cumin, ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, coriander, garlic, chili pepper and many others. Indians believe that spices help you to stay young and sprightly. Many Western studies show that spices such as turmeric and saffron hold anti-cancer properties.
Chicken Tikka Masla and Garlic Naan
Enjoy a meal in our relaxing dining room, served by our friendly staff, who are available to make recommendations and provide advice on everything our menu has to offer. We also offer catering services.
If you love the spices used in our dishes, take some home with you by purchasing them from our grocery.
Satisfy your craving for true Indian food by visiting Teji’s Indian Restaurant and Grocery. Your stomach will thank you for it!
We cater large events – Marriages, baby shower, birthdays – rentals silverwares, delivery, people, bar tenders, full service – Call us for full details.
- Austin Guadalupe – 1st Friday Of Month – Boneless Chicken Hyderbadi Dum Biryani
“Quite simply the Austin area’s best Indian restaurant. As much for the food as for the truly great owners and staff. Every friendly and attentive to your needs, they really just want to make you a really great plate of food. Their curries range the gamut of flavor (all really freakin’ good!), and they can make it as spicy or non-spicy as you’d like. Definitely go there, it’s well worth the drive from anywhere in the area!”
“A friend drove from San Antonio to Round Rock to meet me for dinner here. I'm pretty sure it was the food more than the company. A nondescript coffee shop next to an Indian grocery serving all the Desi folks working at Dell, I had one of the best chicken korma plates I've ever had; I sampled my friend's lamb biryani. Holy Cow. If you like great Indian food…”
– Marc D.
“Quite and quaint restaurant. Nice service. They have BIG RED, I meeeeean!! Tikka masala, korma and saag are delish! Have Samosas for an appetizer...Mmm!”
– Kenny S.