The space is as bold as the favors with an industrial and modern take on design. Guests are greeted in a large vaulted entryway and drink at a glass-backed bar overlooking the dining room. The open kitchen offers diners a peak into the kitchen or they can spend the evening on the patio, taking in the local scene and nightlife.
Tuesday – Thursday
11:30 am – 2:30 pm
5:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Friday – Saturday
11:30 am – 2:30 pm
5:30 pm - 11:00 pm
11:30 am – 2:30 pm
5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
What an amazing menu... the was something for everyone from spicy saag to fried okra. Brussels sprouts behl is the most unusual and delicious item on the menu.
Very delicious & authentic Indian cuisine. Fun to watch the cooks in the open-air kitchen (luv the well-seasoned pots!). Our one complaint is that it's very bright in the restaurant...dimming the light would be appreciated.
Nice venue lots of different food options . The samosas are spicy the okra came out cold . Cauliflower was very good . Brussels sprouts were good as well
This was a great place. Food was excellent, service was to notch. Definitely would recommend
Great Indian food. Service was very good and helpful in making suggestions for those of us who are not at familiar with the variety of Indian foods. Great night with friends and great food.
The food was delicious!! 😋😋😋 I definitely recommend!
We get here at least once a month and have never been disappointed. The food is great and the space is really nice. It's a nice hidden gem in Inman Park that hasn't gotten overrun as many of the other places have. Will be back soon.
The staff is very accommodating & the food is delicious!
We ate at Amara for a celebration and the food was delicious. The guest of honor really enjoyed herself as well!
Food was okay, not that traditional. My vegetarian entree had hot peppers, baby corn, cauliflower and carrots. Appetizer of lavash bread and dips was not tasty. Potato (small plate) was good, but had sharp cheese in between the layers- not very indian to me... The shrimp were tasty. Server said I was unable to use a yelp coupon for a free appetizer because I did not show this to him before ordering. Poor customer service. Will not be back.
We love Amara! We live in the neighborhood and every time we go to Amara, we always say we can’t wait until we go back. Every dish is a flavor bomb in your mouth! The roasted Lamb chops are fabulous! The Octopus was cooked perfectly, and the spinach saag paneer was amazing!
This is one of my favorite restaurants. The food is delicious and consistently good. This is not your ordinary Indian restaurant. Brunch for $17 is one of the best deals in town - A buffet with 5 vegetarian and meat dishes, a salad bar, Marsala omelettes, and rice pudding. The ingredients are fresh and the sauces are delicious. The staff is friendly and tries hard to please. I keep introducing my friends to this place and it never disappoints.
Food and service were great. I had the curry goat which was extremely tender and my friend had the Butter Chicken which was just as good as Dubai. Food was pricey but portion sizes were great.
Very personal service and the lamb wrap was excellent.
Food was delicious for me (palak paneer) with the exception of the chicken biryani being extremely spicy for my date. If you dont like extremely spicy foods, steer clear of the biryani. It would be helpful if the menu had pictures, especially for people who are new to indian cuisine
I don't normally give such a great review, but Amara was awesome! The food is fantastic. If you like Indian food, you definitely need to try Amara.
Food was good but overpriced. Service very slow. Restaurant could use a good cleaning. Chairs were dirty and floor (rug) pretty gross.
We went as a group to celebrate my birthday. The staff was friendly and attentive. The food was amazing! The spiked mango lassi, lamb chops, and paneer tikka were especially tasty. I can’t wait to go again.
Amara never disappoints; don't expect a million menu items like many Indian restaurants though. This is a curated menu, and choices are always delicious. Comfortable atmosphere and friendly, attentive service. You pay a little more than you might at some Indian restaurants, but the food is definitely worth it.
Delicious Indian with modern flair. Unusually creative Indian for Atlanta. Loved it!
Depak was amazing! Awesome restaurant!
Great food and service!
I met some friends out before a play at Amara. From the moment we were seated Dee our waiter attended to our every need. He provided detailed information on each dish and several recommendations that were fabulous. The combination of spices were very unique and absolutely delicious. I cannot wait for an occasion to return.
Dee provided incredible service and the chef Preveen prepared amazing food!
Stephanie was our server and she was amazing! She really knew the menu and was able to help guide us towards some really tasty choices. We shared a couple small plates - the okra was my favorite, with the chili paneer a close second. Yum.
Let me preface this that my wife and I are vegan, so that always posses problems eating out. Amara did have vegan dishes but they weren't amazing for the most part. All in all the food was just alright. Nothing was horrible but I've had much better elsewhere for a lot less.
Amazing buffet. If you haven’t tried the Sunday buffet you are missing out. 5 entrees. 2 appetizers. Tea, salad and dessert and fruit. With eggs or an omelet for $16.99
Best food and best deal in town.
Staff is friendly and kind. Food is the best
Food was good! Servers were kind of on top of each other both checking on our table, but better to have too much attention than a lack of it! Samosa and the lamb roganjosh were my favorite dishes. Would come back to try others
Some of the best Indian food in the city! Wonderful service and tasty cocktails.
The meal at Amara was great, specifically, the butter chicken and garlic naan. While the wait staff could have been more prompt given the few patrons at time of dining, they were friendly.
Best Indian restaurant in Atlanta.
there were 6 of us and we got seated at the end of the bar in an area where the air conditioner vents blasted cold air throughout our dinner; the food was okay; the service was very variable
We had high hopes for Amara as it is owned by the same person who owns Tabla in midtown. Our service was excellent however the food was not impressive enough for us to go back.
Very strange experience. The dinner started with the host trying to cram us in a corner around a bunch of other parties when there were so many open tables in the rest of the restaurant. We asked to be moved and they obliged. After that the waiter came who was very strange, I think he was the bartender as well. We then had another person come and try to be are waiter who was much nicer but she never came back. The original waiter keep getting confused, and just seemed very out of it and flustered every time he came to talk to us. He would also never make eye contact when talking to us and was just very awkward. We could also see and hear our waiter arguing with other employees around us which was very off putting. I just felt very strange the whole time I was there and did not feel comfortable, this was all due to the service. The food is good at Amara but the service sucks.
The food is good but not great for how expensive it is. Seating is not very comfortable and parking is a problem.
Amara is a great spot for good cocktails and Indian food. We were in India recently and the food brought us right back! We wished maybe one basket of naan would be included but all in all had a great time.
The food is very tasty with nice presentation. We have eaten here twice for dinner. Each time several of the beers listed on the menu we tried to order were unavailable. We especially liked the saag paneer, the butter chicken and the garlic naan bread. Good selection of appetizers. It was lovely to meet the chef. We will come again.
Wonderful experience overall; great food, excellent service. Highly recommend!
Food was okay! I’ll would try again!