Row 1

27 W 24th St (Btw 5th Ave. & 6th Ave.)
New York, NY 10010
(212) 490-2100
$ $ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: Noon–10:30 PM Fri: Noon–11:30 PM Sat: 1:00 PM–11:30 PM

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  • The bar serves a great rye Manhattan, stirred into a frosted martini glass as if at a luxe club in Mumbai. Get it in advance of any meal.
  • Great lamb chops!
  • One Michelin star.
  • Junoons underground spice room is at the heart of the restaurants every dish. Every spice used is ground fresh dailygiving each masala and curry a unique aroma that couldn't be found in a box.
  • Lunchtime thali platters are the best deal at this high-end Flatiron Indian spot.
  • They have excellent lunch thali. At $25 a piece they give you three entrees along with bread. They have both vegetarian and non vegetarian options.
  • The eggplant chaat is to die for. DO IT!!!!
  • The best Indian food I have had in States. The Michelin star restaurant.
  • Great lounge to unwind. Five elements dinner is something you should get for a full blown experience.
  • Selections from Junoons underground spice room enliven every dish. Each spice used is ground fresh dailygiving each masala and curry a unique pungency and aroma.
  • Lamps chips are amazing.. Eggplant don't miss it
  • My favorite Indian place in NYC. The design of the place is impeccable with a great ambience and the food is rich and delicious. A little on the pricy side.
  • Chipotle chicken tikka and paneer pekoras to start with nadru kofte and chicken biryani for the main course. All were excellent. Next time I'll try the brussels. Pay with Cover.
  • Come Tuesday or Wednesday night to the bar and you will be served by the best bartender in NYC - Mike! I love the off menu cocktails - the spicy margarita and the vodka infused with cardamon!
  • Get the lamb chops!
  • Try the @lot18 fave Ch Lamothe Sauvignon Blanc for a crisp spring/summer sipper by the glass @JunoonNY ideal for the gobi app (cauliflower)
  • Flatiron's Junoon takes Indian cuisine to the next level. This spot covers all bases of Indian cooking, from tandoor to cast-iron & open-fire-pit cooking to stone-searing. We love the Chicken Malvan.
  • Junoon really shines as it highlights the five traditional styles of Indian cooking: curries and other sauces, tandoor oven, cast iron griddle, stone for searing meats and char broiling.
  • Total rip off and the food is not good. Heard it used to be far better when Vikas Khanna was chef. He is not there anymore. Food is cooked by Indian kids, white male, a black male and a two Mexicans.
  • Order turmeric-tinted tandoori poussin with yogurt, Jaipuri bhindi (deep-fried okra), and sticky date-fig gateaux. Green Guide Editor