Mayur / Amsterdam

Korte Leidsedwarsstraat 203HS Amsterdam 1017 RB
+31 20 623 2142
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 17:00 - 23:00

Mayur, one of the first Indian restaurants in Amsterdam, is founded in 1981. Mayur is been known by her quality an taste of good Indian food. Two years ago Mayur has taken the North Indian cuisine and atmosphere to the next level. Mayur is one of the few North Indian restaurants in Amsterdam. The Halal meat that is used is first marinated for 24 hours in a proprietary blend of yogurt and spices before being cooked in the traditional Tandoori oven that’s been imported from India. Fun, casual, dare to be different from other Indians. We strive to bring Indian food not only to Indian food lovers but to anyone who has been afraid of trying it. Our unbelievably delicious Tandoori Dishes are almost guaranteed to win over any novice or expert. More traditional curries and appetizers are also in abundance and our Nan will make you throw carb caution to the wind. So, Please come share the experience that will change your view of Indian Dining. Learn more about our Menu: Dinner Menu: Drinks Menu: Dessert Menu:

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Egon Temmermans en
The owner is a dick Foursquare - July 2017
drew consalvo en
Some of the best Indian food in Amsterdam. Great vibe, wonderful staff. GooglePlace - June 2017
Alexandre Boels en
Amazing service and food! A must go for a romantic diner! :) GooglePlace - June 2017
Nikhil P en
The service was good and decor a combination of modern and traditional Indian art. The food was decent, nothing special, kind of disappointing given the price (€20 - €30) per dish. Some dishes are definitely overpriced for the quantity served. Also the website does not specify the policy of 1 main course per person which is inconvenient when sharing with large groups and ordering several starters (which are excluded from the count). There are definitely better Indian restaurants in The Netherlands. GooglePlace - May 2017
Anand Seshadri en
The best Indian restaurant in Amsterdam. The food is good, the decor is classy and overall, the place signals quality. Service is prompt. But it's not cheap. You would typically pay twice as much as a normal "curry place", but it's worth it. GooglePlace - May 2017