When it comes to flavor and fragrant food, Indian cuisine is one of the best in the world. However, unlike other ethnic cuisines, Indian food is not quite popular in the United States. As of 2015, there were around 5,000 Indian restaurants in America.

Despite this, Indian food is slowly gaining traction, thanks to the adventurous tastes of Millennials. Moreover, the Nation’s Restaurant News reports that 10% of non-Indian restaurants offer an Indian-inspired dish on their menu.

If you’re looking to open an Indian restaurant or maybe you already have one, you need to market it properly. One of the best and old fashioned ways to do it is through a well-thought slogan. Below is where you’ll find over 155 of the best Indian food marketing slogans that you can use today. Take advantage of our list right now.

Indian Restaurant Slogans

  • Wake up your taste buds.
  • Enjoy the taste of our spices.
  • Relish the taste of India.
  • You’ll wonder how you ever lived without us.
  • Taking tandoori to the next level.
  • For exotic cuisines and bold flavors.
  • We serve the best Indian curry in town.
  • Taste the beauty of biryani.
  • From Aloo to Zeera.
  • Quality Indian cuisine at affordable prices.
  • We have the best tandoori oven in town.
  • It’s more than food, it’s an experience.
  • Food, Folks and Fun all together.
  • Our spices have a story.
  • India’s finest chain of restaurants.
  • The food that lengthens life.
  • Quality food for quality people.
  • Relish the flavors of spices from Rajasthan.
  • Fresh ingredients are our secret ingredient.
  • When spices start speaking.
  • We make you feel like you’re back in your Nonna’s kitchen.
  • The sauce is the soul of our restaurant.
  • When you’re looking to spice things up a bit.
  • You don’t need a silver fork to eat good food.
  • So long as you have food in your mouth, you have solved all the problems for the time being.

Indian Food Quotes

  • “I love Indian food – it’s my favourite cuisine. I love the mixture of spices and the subtle flavours. It’s really erotic; the spices are so sensuous.” – Joe Perry
  • “When I venture out to eat, I like to go to places with food that I don’t know how to make. So my favorites are Japanese and Indian. Indian food has so much layering of flavor, and the dishes go together so harmoniously.” – Gwyneth Paltrow
  • “Culture and tradition have to change little by little. So ‘new’ means a little twist, a marriage of Japanese technique with French ingredients. My technique. Indian food, Korean food; I put Italian mozzarella cheese with sashimi. I don’t think ‘new new new.’ I’m not a genius. A little twist.” – Masaharu Morimoto

“In America, people think being South Asian is still kind of exotic. When you go outside New York and Chicago and L.A., there are people who have never tried Indian food… they’ve never even tasted it!” – Aasif Mandvi

  • “I remember flying with Air India to New York quite a few years ago now and I love Indian food, so the fact that I had a curry on board was fantastic.” – Phil Collins
  • “I was far too embarrassed to share the experience of Indian food at school. As a kid, you’re desperate to fit in, to assimilate in some way, and everything about me stood out.” – Sanjeev Bhaskar
  • “When I was younger I was fat. I was never conscious of it and was content with who I was because I was so loved. My mother never told me to lose weight and my father doted on me, but my agent told me. I tried, but I loved Indian food too much.” – Archie Panjabi

You Might Like: 401+ Authentic Indian Restaurant Name Ideas by Region

  • “I do love Italian food. Any kind of pasta or pizza. My new pig out food is Indian food. I eat Indian food like three times a week. It’s so good.” – Jennifer Love Hewitt
  • “My wife has a line of fine Indian foods, that’s kind of a very successful business. It’s an interesting way to see life.” – Guy Lawson
  • “So often these days eating Indian food passes for spirituality. I don’t meditate, I don’t pray, but I eat two samosas every day.” – Dan Bern
  • “My mind says one thing, but my body says another. Thanks a lot, Indian food and beer.” ~ Demetri Martin

“When I stopped eating meat, I fell in love with East Indian food – there’s so much selection, and they use the most beautiful spices.” – Laura Mennell

  • “As I grew up, I always refused to cook Indian food very vehemently, and to this day, I don’t cook chapatis at home. I’d always say, ‘Why do I have to do it? Why don’t the men do it?’” – Gurinder Chadha
  • “I think there is a real misconception about Indian food being super spicy. And I know that’s because when you go into an Indian restaurant, it is pretty spicy. But it doesn’t have to be. In fact, my husband can’t handle a lot of heat. I’ve had to temper my cooking so that he can eat with me.” – Aarti Sequeira
  • “All foreign food is doomed to be consumed in India not so much by Indians as by a voracious Indian sensibility, which demands infinite versions of Indian food, and is unmoved by difference.” – Amit Chaudhuri
  • “I like a lot of food. I like Taiwanese food, of course. I like baguettes, especially the ones that my dad buys. Vancouver has a lot of variety, with pizza, hot dogs, Italian, Indian, seafood – a great combination of cultures.” – Godfrey Gao
  • “Indian food has been huge in the UK forever and ever, but that’s because it has a historical rooting. America, I think is really ripe for it. There’s been so much interest in Indian culture.” – Aarti Sequeira

“In the life of the Indian there is only one inevitable duty-the duty of prayer-the daily recognition of the Unseen and Eternal. Our daily devotions were more necessary to us than daily food.” – Charles Alexander Eastman

  • “My mother was born in Burma, but my grandfather on her side was Indian-Spanish. So I have this quite exotic mix, which is reflected in my earliest memories, in our Wiltshire country kitchen, of gran, and aunts, cooking spicy stewy, casseroley curries, a version of Indian food with a Burmese twist.” – Jamie Cullum
  • “Indian food is a luxury on tour.” – Mahesh Bhupathi
  • “As for restaurants, one of our favorites is the Silk Road next door to the Tibetan Choijin Lama Museum. It’s a very exotic setting. The western food there is pretty good. We also liked the Hazara Restaurant for its Indian food, and the Mongolian Barbecue restaurant. All are downtown.” – Ruth Lor Malloy

“My wife Neelam is a North Indian, so she will make North Indian food, while my mother will make Bengali food.” – Ronit Roy

  • “I’m encouraged because you pick up any food magazine and there’s two or three recipes involving Indian spices.” – Aarti Sequeira
  • “I cannot starve myself. I’m a foodie! I make fabulous pastas, Indian food, parathas and club sandwiches!” – Preity Zinta
  • “I eat only simple Indian home food – sabzi, roti, dal, chawal, ghee. There are so many benefits of having ghee. My grandmother is 84 and she is still fit and looks beautiful.” – Kareena Kapoor Khan

Indian Restaurant Taglines

  • Time out for real food.
  • Curry me home..
  • The best of Indian food.
  • Where taste meets the myth.
  • Taste each individual spice.
  • Don’t worry. We have the Vindaloo Curry.
  • From the land of the river Sindhu.
  • Food to make your mouth water.
  • The incredible tastes of India.
  • We make every meal special.
  • Come and smell the spices.

You Might Like: 401+ Authentic Arabic Restaurant Name Ideas 

  • An experience worth sharing.
  • Deliciousness jumping into the mouth.
  • If you’re in a hurry, eat our curry.
  • Tikka Masala Make You Holla!
  • When your tummy talks…we listen!
  • Live the flavor of today.
  • Our kind of place – yours too!
  • That perfect meal in a bowl.
  • The flavors that will inspire you.
  • The food America needs.
  • Finger Lickin’ Butter Chicken.
  • Find your seat at the table.
  • A sumptuous, original menu in a unique setting.
  • The restaurant with the most buzz of the year!

South Indian Food Slogans

  • Because vegetables are the key.
  • The Essence of Delicious India.
  • An oasis of pleasure.
  • Succulent southern specialties.
  • One thousand flavors in one place.
  • It is never too spicy.
  • Taste the excitement of exotic.
  • Enter the land of spices.
  • We put the coconut in the curry.
  • From the south to your mouth.
  • Fresh vegetables are our secret ingredient.
  • The only item on the menu is deliciousness.
  • Good food takes time…we have time.
  • Feed your belly with something special today!
  • Have your mouth jumping from our spices.
  • Have an appetite for life!
  • Be adventurous, try new things.
  • Good food never looked so good.
  • Come in and smell the freshness.
  • Taste the flavors of Southern India.
  • Serving the best Southern Indian food in town.
  • Delicious food can fix any problem.
  • Our food brings people together.
  • We serve up spice with every bite.
  • A New Indian Experience

North Indian Food Slogans

The flavors of India.

  • Kashmir is not just sweaters.
  • Go north for flavors.
  • The heritage of India’s flavors.
  • Food that’s full of surprises.
  • The jewel of Indian tastes.
  • Flavor so good it hits on four levels.
  • It’s the meat that matters.
  • The taste of the Mughals.
  • Taste the spices of Punjabi.
  • Faster than fast food, better than fine dining.
  • Don’t just eat here. Eat well.
  • Come hungry! Leave happy!
  • The Uttar-ly northern tastes.
  • Choose and taste your place.
  • The home of Samosas.
  • Food so good it will make you cry.
  • No one can beat our meat.
  • Tastes like a little bit of heaven in a pan.
  • We put dairy in our curry.
  • Bring the sparkle in your eye out to dine!
  • We make every moment count!
  • We know how to make your belly happy!
  • Great ingredients, great food, and great times.
  • Fresh ingredients, cooked to perfection.
  • The food of the North.

Funny Indian Food Quotes

  • “The only time to eat diet food is while you’re waiting for the steak to cook.” – Julia Child
  • “You’re the Chutney to my Samosa.” – Anonymous
  • “Eat Indian food and curry on.” – Anonymous
  • “Sitting down to a meal with an Indian family is different from sitting down to a meal with a British family.” – Roland Joffe
  • “The food we ate was Indian, and both my mother and father were very deep into the ancient philosophy of India, so it could well have been an Indian household.” – Amar Bose
  • “One can hardly be Indian and not know that almost every accent, which hand you eat your food with, has some deeper symbolic truth, reality.” – Anish Kapoor

You Might Like: Organic Food and Grocery Store Name Generator: 400+ Unique Ideas 

  • “Indian cinema gives you everything that western cinema doesn’t. It’s masaledar and spicy. If you like Indian food, I think you’ll love Indian movies.” – Shahid Kapoor
  • “I am not a stickler for Indian food, but by the third day or so I start looking for something familiar to eat. I have travelled a lot, and I always try out local food.” – Shaan

“I would still like to own and run a restaurant serving Indian food with a good dollop of Parsi cooking – which you can’t seem to get anywhere.” – Zarin Mehta

  • “Indian food, not really for rednecks.” – Anonymous
  • “People always think of Chinese food as the go-to ethnic food when everything else is closed during the holidays, but Indian is a nice alternative. Plus – Indians? Thanksgiving? Kinda makes sense.” – Erin Gibson
  • “You just feel a little odd when you don’t get your kind of food. Fortunately, there are Indian restaurants all over the world.” – Virat Kohli
  • “I like to cook Indian food when I can. I find the process of creating a home-cooked meal to be unwinding.” – Archie Panjabi
  • “Don’t go and cook Indian food if you never cooked Indian food, you know?” – Wolfgang Puck
  • “Indian food is like classical music raga- it takes time to build up to a crescendo.” – Shobhaa De

Here are some of the meals you can expect on an Indian restaurant menu.

  • Aloo gobi
  • Butter chicken
  • Chana masala
  • Palak paneer
  • Chicken tikka masala
  • Doughy, butter-brushed naan 
  • Crisp papadum
  • Fish curry
  • Lamb vindaloo
  • Dal makhani
  • Kebab
  • Biryani
  • Korma
  • Kofta
  • Pakora

Indian Food Statistics

  • The Indian food and market is the world’s sixth largest, contributing 70% of sales.
  • The Indian food processing sector accounts for 32% of the country’s total food market.
  • When it comes to the Indian gourmet food market, it has a current value of $1.3 billion.
  • The Indian gourmet food market is also growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 20%.
  • In terms of revenue, India’s food market in the U.S. is currently at $744.1 million, and is expected to reach $1.4 billion by 2026.