If you are looking for something different, something spicy, and you are not in too big of a rush head over to Spicy India. My husband loved the food. He has had Indian food only twice before and neither time knocked his socks off. He ordered a variety of chicken kebabs, garlic naan to share, and a mango lasse (black tea with cream and mango flavor). I had the chicken Korma. I enjoyed it but the portion was too big for me to finish so my husband finished it as well. The naan hot was delicious. It is meant to be eaten with meal to sop up some of the delicious sauces. Next time we will try some of the appetizers as well. The serve some Indo-Chinese dishes, such as noodles and fried rice, and they have a breakfast menu but no traditional U.S. breakfast foods are listed.
Indian food has deep flavors and not everyone enjoys that complexity but we find is refreshing. A great change of pace from the usual fare in Abilene. That being said, the place is family run and service can be slow, particularly if they have several customers or take-out orders going.
Spicy India Restaurant
505 Pine Street (inside the Civic Plaza hotel)
Daily from 8am-2:30pm, 5pm-9pm