This upmarket Indian (inside a hotel) has had a warm welcome, considering it's in the most traditional of Suffolk seaside towns; hopefully the regular influx of second-homers and weekending Londoners will keep it even busier.
Harden's survey result
“Seriously good Indian food in an otherwise limited area” is the hallmark of this three-year-old – the first ever subcontinental in these parts. On the downside the contemporary-hotel setting doesn’t add much: “it’s just not Indian enough!”
This handsome colonial-style subcontinental in a contemporary hotel was the first ever Indian in this coastal town, and has been warmly welcomed since opening in 2016; the food is ably matched by a quaffable drinks list including craft brews by Adnams and co.
This upmarket Indian (inside an hotel) has had a warm welcome, considering it’s in the most traditional of Suffolk seaside towns, winning consistently high ratings.
|Wine per bottle||£19.00|
Market Cross Place, Aldeburgh, IP15 5BU
Mon closed; Tue - Sun noon - 3 pm, 5.30 pm - 10 pm
Last orders: Mon closed; Tue - Sun 10 pm