WARNING: Highly addictive!

There’s no better snack in the world than a crispy and flaky samosa. They’re extra filling and packed full of flavor that they may as well pass as off as a main dish and not just an appetizer. To top it all off, they’re often paired with delicious tangy chutney to balance the rich and spicy flavors.

Luckily, there are a number of places where you can get to try these highly addictive Indian snacks. Here are six of them.

Assad Mini Mart – multiple branches

If you’re looking for a delicious yet affordable snack, Assad Mini Mart’s tasty pockets of potatoes, peas, and spices paired with their sweet and tangy chutney for only PHP 25 a piece are sure to satisfy your palate and stomach. While you’re there to grab your pantry spices and staples, grab some of their samosa to-go.

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(02) 526 1349

Anmol Indian Grocery – multiple branches

Apart from all your Indian grocery needs, Anmol serves freshly cooked samosas to-go. Be sure to get your hands on them fast as they sell out really early during the day!

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0917 535 6956

Kashmir – multiple branches

Kashmir is one of Manila’s oldest Indian restaurants and has been around since 1976. It started with three sisters–Indra, Kamla, Sita–who had a passion for cooking family-treasured recipes for loved ones. And now, this restaurant has become a well-loved place where customers can find fresh, authentic, and delicious dishes!

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(0917) 531 6023

Royal Indian Curry House – multiple branches

Royal Indian Curry House or R.I.C.H. is a popular late-night sports bar and restaurant in the growing Poblacion food hub in Makati. It serves authentic Indian cuisine and is also an all-in-one hangout spot that boasts five floors of entertainment and dining areas. If you find their dishes too savory for your liking, order a cup of their lassi yogurt to balance out the flavors.

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Swagat Indian Cuisine – Legazpi Village

Swagat is a hole-in-the-wall restaurant in Makati that serves no-frills Indian food. This small eatery serves a variety of vegetarian specialties like Baigan Masala, Chola Bhatura, Bhendi Fry, and more. Their rose-infused lassi drink is a popular choice for enthusiasts of the popular Indian beverage.

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G/F The Columns Legaspi Village, Amorsolo Street corner Arnaiz Avenue
0917 634 8899

Naan – Kapitolyo

Naan is a casual dining Indian restaurant serving authentic and popular Indian street food. They are known for their samosas, naan topped with grilled chicken tikka, falafel, and hummus!

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Unit 1, D-Strip Building, #20 United St., Kapitolyo, Pasig
0939 209 1861 | 0956 016 2882

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