Indian Restaurants in Nottingham
1. The Cumin Indian restaurant in Nottingham 62-64 Maid Marian Way - NG1
“Freshly cooked food to a high standard” and “really excellent service from Monika and Sunny” make the Anand family’s Punjabi specialist stand out from the crowd on Nottingham’s ‘Madras Mile’ of curryhouses.
2. MemSaab Indian restaurant in Nottingham 12-14 Maid Marian Way - NG1
“Nottingham’s best Indian” and the most-commented-on restaurant in the city centre: Amita Sawhney’s “buzzy, friendly and efficient” fixture continues to inspire nothing but praise for producing “wonderfully flavoursome, yet refined, dishes time and time again”. Is it “the attention to detail and woman’s touch seemingly so apparent in the meet and greet, presentation… even down to the Molton Brown in the toilets?”. “I’ve eaten at many Indian restaurants all over the world, including renowned Michelin-starred ones in London. This is right up there, and at a decent price”.
3. Masala Junction Indian restaurant in Nottingham 301-303 Mansfield Road, Carrington - NG5
The “creative and well-cooked food” at the Aziz family’s third Nottingham venue is inspired by the flavours of Kashmir and Lahore. A “well-run establishment” in a “beautifully converted former NatWest building”, it provides a “great all round experience”. Top Tip: “the goat curry is a favourite”.
4. Calcutta Club Indian restaurant in Nottingham 8-10 Maid Marian Way - NG1
Impressive marks, if on limited feedback, on this gourmet Indian, which set up shop in 2014 on Nottingham’s trafficky Maid Marian Way, and has won a firm local following for its decadent, if not too subtle, dishes; off-shoot Maharaja’s Retreat opened five doors down, in May 2019, replacing a seafood joint which stayed open for barely a month.
6. Burra Khana Indian restaurant in Nottingham 20 Victoria Street - NG1
Tom Brooke, launched this 70-seater in Nottingham in September 2019 by splitting his existing Red Dog Saloon site (sibling to the well PR’d one in Shoreditch, as well as three others around the country) into two. The all-day format will offer Indian small plates cooked on a charcoal BBQ, with influences from Middle Eastern countries such as Persia, Turkey and Lebanon.
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