Here’s the scoop – a bit of pun intended – regarding Indian food in Woodland Hills: Any discussion of such food is complicated by the known fact that there are just so many varieties to choose from; indeed, in his formidable work, India Cookbook, author Pushpesh Pant identifies 10 key culinary regions, each with its own “gastronomic traditions,” yet the regions themselves have blurred boundaries to now include many shared tastes and techniques.

This is certainly true throughout Los Angeles, where there exists dozens of incredible and popular Indian restaurants…so many, in fact, that we narrowed our search to tasty Indian food in Woodland Hills, which offers a diverse and inviting selection of Indian eateries. We’ve even thrown in an added bonus: These ethnic culinary palaces also offer Indian food with vegetarian options.

Chennai Tiffins is often described as the best place to find vegetarian, organic and healthy food in all of Woodland Hills, taking pride in serving pure vegetarian food while offering an authentic experience defining the true flavors of South Indian home-cooked meals. From the vivid blend of colors and rich flavors of spices and seasonings to the perfect balance of taste and nutrition, Chennai Tiffins is a gastronomic delight, the restaurant’s South Indian cuisine having become synonymous with dishes such as Dosas, Vadas and Sambars – yet there’s so much more to the menu ready to treat your taste buds. A family-style restaurant that boasts a kid-friendly atmosphere and a wide array of dishes makes Chennai Tiffins a favorite amongst its patrons. In Woodland Hills, Chennai Tiffins is located at 21510 Victory Boulevard.

Agra Tandoori was featured in Keeping Up with the Kardashians, so you know it’s an L.A. hotspot right out of the gate. Specializing in authentic Indian cuisine, the owner of Agra Tandoori is also the restaurant’s lead chef, boasting over 25 years of experience crafting elegant Indian dishes in his own right; from the best choice cuts of prime beef to chef’s special creations that has made the eatery famous throughout the years, Agra Tandoori offers such classics as Goat Karahi, Keema Curry, Lamb Bhuna, Lamb Curry, Lamb Dansk, Chicken Tandoori, Chicken Tikka and more. Additionally, a slew of vegetable dishes await even the most demanding of vegan eaters, including such treasures as Vegetable Curry, Aloo Gobi, Aloo Matar, Sag Bhaje, Chana Masala, Cauliflower Bhaje and Bhindi BhajeAgra Tandoori is located at 19560 Ventura Boulevard in Tarzana.

Anarbagh brings more than 20 years of experience in making delicious traditional Indian dishes with recipes from the north and the south of the country, the owners’ hard work paying off in the form of winning the recognition of the L.A. Times and Daily News as the best Indian restaurant in Southern California – all while being critically-acclaimed by AAA Magazine, the L.A. Times and Daily News. Once you step through Anarbagh’s doors, you will immediately be swept away by the cozy and warm atmosphere than only a family owned and operated restaurant can offer; indeed, in addition to a full spectrum of traditional Indian creations, the eatery offers vegetarian options sure to satisfy the most hardcore of no-meat sticklers. These include Vegetable Curry, Aloo Gobi, Aloo Matar, Sag Bhaje, Sag Aloo, Chana Masala and Mushroom Bhaje. In Woodland Hills, Anarbagh is located at 22721 Ventura Boulevard.

The next time you’re hankering for Indian food in Woodland Hills, be sure to consider the aforementioned restaurants when “meatless” is on the agenda.