Tandoor Indian Restaurant opened for business in 2001. Since then, it has been offering authentic Indian food to the public. Tandoor takes the culinary extravaganza of the great moguls in order to bring a delicious and delightful "repast."

Tandoor is the Indian name for a special type of clay oven. Centuries ago, the tandoor was introduced to India by the conquering Persians who, at the height of their civilization, came to India from the northwest frontiers today known as Afghanistan. Tandoor is an igloo shaped clay oven. The inner sides are lined with smooth clay and the outside is heavily insulated. Tandoor is used for making breads and roasting all kinds of meats. Fired by charcoal, the sides of a tandoor over reach 900 degree, creating a sealed heat that allows breads, seafood, and meats cooked in it to retain their natural juices and flavors.