Tandoor Indian Restaurant

Konecchlumského 9, Praha 6, 16000

  • Landline+420 233359274
  • Mobile phone+420 775325766


10 years ago we started this Original Indian Tandoor restaurant in Prague with the intention of bringing authentic Indian cuisine to Prague.

We not only endeavour to stay as close as possible to the original recipe but we also to cater to the original palate. Fresh ingredients make a savoury and aromatic dining experience in our restaurant.

During lunch hours (11:00 – 15:00) you can take the advantage of our unbeatably priced lunch menu, which offers a wide variety from à la carte menu at lower prices. The items of the lunch menu change every day to keep things interesting.

ne can either make reservations to dine in, call in for a pickup or have your food delivered to you.

Delivery Fee | 15 CZK per Kilometer, minimum of 50 CZK

FREE food delivery with every order equal or over 1000 CZK.

We offer all kinds of Halal meat. We look forward to your visit.

Your Tandoor restaurant.

Tandoor Indian Restaurant

Konecchlumského 9, Praha 6, 16000

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Lunch in a restaurant

Reviewed by martin_b80 11.02.2011
Today I had my first opportunity to eat in Tandoor - the authentic Indian restaurant. Wonderfull food experience, very friendly staff, opportunity to taste original Indian beer and even the wine together with a nice ambient Indian music creates an extraordinary experience not just for foodies. And on the top of everything - it´s very close to the Prague airport. Martin B.

Tandoor Indian Restaurant

Reviewed by Pokuston 11.12.2009
I had heard good reports about Tandoor, and as I've been looking for decent, reasonably priced Indian food for a while, I was cautiously optimistic. Sadly, Tandoor turned out to be another disappointment. The vegetable pakora was extremely bland, and I don't think it was freshly made on the premises. The chicken korma which followed could have been good if it weren't for the excessive amounts of sugar it contained. The coconut in a korma... read more

Tandoor Indian restaurant reviews

Reviewed by Expats.cz user 03.11.2009 (bronze reviewer) Bronze
I have to agree with the many positive reviews provided here, as well as with the sentiment that the negative reviews seem to have been provided by the restaurant's competitors. As a long time supporter of Tandoor, I don't believe it's necessary to provide another review of the food, which is the best Indian in Prague, particularly value for money-wise. Let me just suggest that rather than reading poorly written and caustic fake reviews... read more


Reviewed by Expats.cz user 23.10.2009
Yesterday I was in Tandoor for Indian dinner,Some of people was there,between them maximum is smoking and I am feeling very bad with them,I dont understand how they get the permission of Indian restaurant in Central Europe.Ventilation is out of working and all of the smelt came from kitchen.Food is prepare by non professional cooker.Service quality is lower and oily,price is higher.I shall prefer to go in real Indian restaurant where customer... read more

disregard the competitors giving it bad reviews

Reviewed by Expats.cz user 21.10.2009
I hate reviewing, because frankly its your personal opinion. But I cannot be silent when I see the bad "reviews" written here. In short, Tandoor is the best indian resturant in Prague, if not the whole czech republic. The food is great, spicy, the people working there are great (and quick, and speak czech,english&spanish), I have never paid for getting food delivered and best of all - the food actually tastes indian! Other plusses: good... read more


Reviewed by Expats.cz user 21.10.2009
I was invited from my friend to take dinner in tandoori restaurant.firstly I dont know how its restaurant,there is fast food.No vegetable menu and all food is oily and prepared from out of restaurant which are smelt.the invironment is really bad and the ventilation is not working.smoking with jointly place where people cant sit.I shall advise to customer please try to go to the real Indian restaurant where you get the proper atmosphere not... read more

We left our meals

Reviewed by Expats.cz user 08.10.2007
This is definately the worst quality of Indian food we tried in Prague... 2 starters and two mains and ended up leaving nearly all of it. No spices, very oily and the service was real slow.


Reviewed by Expats.cz user 07.06.2007
According to me, an indian, living in Prague for the past 6 odd years and having eaten at most if not all the indian joints here, this is the best you can get. Pros: 1. this is the only place where the food comes as close to the original as one can make it with the ingredients that one can procure here. 2. the people are extremely friends, unlike most czech restaurants where the people are uninterested if at all. 3. the beer is... read more

Hit or miss at Tandoor Indian

Reviewed by Expats.cz user 05.06.2007
I've been to Tandoor often (I live nearby) and understand the range of reviews for this restaurant. We used to get quick and attentive service, but it seems that as the take-out business has increased, the dining room has suffered. The last time we were there, the manager was away, (the mice played) and the service was simply horrible; our mixed up orders took forever, and we could just forget about ever getting the second round of beers... read more

Tandoor Prague

Reviewed by Expats.cz user 03.06.2007
This restaurant is the biggest dissappointment I have ever visited.Dirty,un pleasant service,the menu is mostly not available-depnds how much the cook wants to do-lazy people. I counted over 70 flies,the kitchen is dirty which I could see through the dirty curtain,and two people try to serve tables,prepare food,and do home delivery. The waiter who was smoking cigarrettes most of the time was very rude. There was a home delivery ready... read more

Happy to have them in Prague

Reviewed by Doug Matthews 19.05.2007
I second the good review of this place and want to voice my appreciation for this restaurant and their good food. If you are an Indian food expert maybe you won't like it, but for someone who eats Indian food occasionally, this restaurant is a much better deal than the other higher priced ones in the center. I don't care if they don't have a "proper" naan or if they don't really do tandoor cooking, what I've had from here (some palak, bhuna,... read more

No naans

Reviewed by Expats.cz user 18.05.2007 (bronze reviewer) Bronze
Second time I've been to this place; finally they've taken the naan's off the menu. Think everyone should ask for one all the same, till they get the message...why don't they all do a cheese naan! We had a butter chicken, lamb bhuna and lamb palak. They were all reasonable and the mango lassi was better than resonable. Not the best I've had, but as good as the rest in Prague and cheaper than most. Not sure about the fellow suggesting... read more

The best Indian we've got

Reviewed by Expats.cz user 15.05.2007 (bronze reviewer) Bronze
The dining room is small and ugly but the food is the best Indian we've found in the city. 2 of us had starters, mains and beers and got out for under 500kc including tip. The meat samosas and lamb jal frezi were both outstanding, fresh and properly cooked. Give it a go, you won't be disappointed.

Really Disappointing

Reviewed by Preetinder Dhaliwal 14.05.2007
My wife and I have been going to Indian Restaurant Rasoi for some time now. Food there is great but the prices are really high, so we can afford to go there only once in a while. After reading the reviews about tandoor, we decided to try it out yesterday and I have to say it was really disappointing. Firstly the name is misleading as the place does not seem to have any tandoor (or no naan's). Samosas were really terrible as they were... read more

A Spot-on "Ruby Murray"

Reviewed by Expats.cz user 28.03.2007
Perhaps I shouldn't compare an indian restaurant from the Czech Republic with one from my native UK especially when I've never been to India! But, in the 2 and a half years I've lived in Prague I've striven, in vain, to find a pallatable restaurant from the indian sub-continent... Until now. On a whim, and given that it is walking distance from my place of work, myself and 2 colleagues wandered into the Tandoor restaurant to be quite... read more