Cross Culture

  4.2 – 342 reviews  $$ • Indian restaurant

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Visit Cross Culture restaurant and savor the fineness of Indian Cuisine. More than curry, Indian cuisine is as diverse as its culture, languages, regions and climate. Cross Culture offers a selection of Indian haute cuisine made from the finest and freshest ingredients. We tone down the use of chilies and enhance some of the richer ingredients to create dishes that are gentler but retain the flavor, aroma and texture for which Indian cuisine is rightfully famous. Our menu offers a welcome change from the ordinary that is not only pleasing to the palate, but a healthful alternative as well, with the use of vegetables and leaner meats. Cross Culture serves both vegetarian & non-vegetarian cuisine for Eat-in and Take-out.

Tandoori and other Indian staples served in a spare, refined yet casual strip-mall setting.

✔️ Dine-in ✔️ Takeout ✔️ No-contact delivery Cross Culture 08540


Sunday11:30 AM–9 PM
(Labor Day)
Tuesday11:30 AM–9 PM
Wednesday11:30 AM–9 PM
Thursday11:30 AM–9 PM
Friday11:30 AM–9:30 PM
Saturday11:30 AM–9:30 PM

Address and Contact Information

Address: 301 N Harrison St, Princeton, NJ 08540

Phone: (609) 688-9400


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Akhilesh Chaturvedi
Went for vegetarian food. The taste was great. Only thing was they did not have fries for kids. My kiddo enjoyed the potato pakoras and mango lassi.
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Kartik Sundar
Food was good. But it is not as spicy for our taste. The best part of New Jersey is that you get amazing food that is close to what you find in India. However this one was too americanized.
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Found small cockroach in my chicken makani so disgusting I called the restaurant. When I told the guy he didn’t sound super shocked which shocked me. He said he would check with the chef and then tried to make it seem like it got into the plastic container during transport… my food was delivered in a sealed spill proof container! I stopped eating out almost entirely after this experience I’m so grossed out I thought this place was clean but this is just nasty
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Bart Davidoff
Been a Cross Culture customer at all 3 locations for years but this latest experience was poor. The tandoori was over done and dry. The chili fish was medicore. My daughter had a similar poor experience at the Doylestown location. New owner? New chefs? Beats me but they’ve gone way downhill.
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Chirag Shah
I had a great dinner experience at Cross Culture.
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Benjamin Rose
Excellent atmosphere, especially on a nice day when I could sit outside. The place is clean and tidy. Staff were friendly and prompt. I love spice and went with the Chicken Vindaloo. They warned me ahead of time that it’s spicy, and I confirmed I knew and that’s what I was expecting. When it came I was a bit let down by the level of heat. Don’t get me wrong, it was still delicious, just not as impactful as some other places I have been. The garlic naan was out of this world amazing! Would visit again!
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Trishul Patel
Hands down the best Indian food in New Jersey. Chicken samosa are moist inside and crispy on the outside. The Tawi chicken is served on a sizzling platter with chicken, onions and peppers. The chicken tikka masala is flavorful without too much cream. The lamb vindaloo is spicy and flavorful. The lamb is tender and not fatty. Also ask for their hot sauce it’s amazing.
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Carlos Vargas
Friendly service. Food was delicious. Ordered the chicken saagwala and garlic nan. Just enough spice without being overwhelming. Will definitely recommend and return.
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The food at this restaurant is simply delicious. Their executive lunch menu items are rightly priced and are very tasty. Staff is very courteous. A must-go for an Indian foodie.
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Jessica Robbiani
Food was good and fresh but their desert portions are not sufficient for what they charge. Way overpriced. They want like 7$ for 2 tiny Ras Malai. I’ve been to other places in the area and got 5 larger ones for like 5$. It’s definitely delicious food but they should work on their prices with the sweets.
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