Ayesha Indian Restaurant Review

After having lived in Hong Kong and London where you can find the best Indian food, I have been so disappointed with Indian food in Miami till Ayesha Indian Restaurant in Pinecrest, they have another in Key Biscayne! It was a hike, deep down south Miami but so worth it.


I get the feeling most of the Indian restaurants cook their meat separately and add ready made sauce on top. You can see and taste the meat hasn’t absorbed the sauce when you bite into the meat. Not Ayesha, my Lamb Apna were tender morsels soaked in a creamy tomato sauce, I noticed they used curry leaves which makes all the difference. Each sauce had its own distinct flavors and spices, that’s what I love about curries.  It’s cooked over low heat for a long time so all the spices get to work their magic.  The smell and taste of curry leaves made me so homesick for my mom’s cooking.

Well, you can’t have curry without naan.  So, I fell off my paleo wagon (more about this in an upcoming blog) and had garlic naan to sop up all that sauce.  I will be back to try more. It’s a little on the expensive side, mains were $16-$24 for whole fish. But when you think of all the work involved with the spices etc. They don’t have a menu on their own website, so you can view one here.

They have a private room (see bottom left photo) which makes me want to throw a party there!

Indian food makes me so happy! It was doubly nice to share this meal with super photographer, food blogger and Wok Star Brenda and her kids. Check out her review here.

What’s been your experience there? I want to hear what dishes you’ve tried?


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6 Responses to Ayesha Indian Restaurant Review
  1. Nathan Carter
    March 20, 2019 | 12:39 pm

    I love that you value the time and effort put into Indian food, and curry preparations. Curry is one of my favorite dishes, despite being on the expensive side. Delicious and quality things have the right to cost a little extra, right?

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  5. Brenda
    July 3, 2014 | 5:00 pm

    Definitely one of my favorite Indian restaurants in Miami!

    • Eleanor Hoh
      July 3, 2014 | 10:45 pm

      Wish it wasn’t so far down, thanks for introducing me to Ayesha.

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