Review Summary

8.8 based on 13 reviews
  • Food

  • Value

  • Ambiance

  • Service

    Great food.
    The venue is basic and no-frills but it has been there 50 years so clearly doing something right.
    Friendly and welcoming staff.
    Would recommend.

    Was a great meal, friendly staff, portion size on Samosas were a bit small but other than that it was great and good quality, the best curry house in Notts.

    First time I had been, the food and staff were amazing. They really made an effort when they knew it was a special birthday meal, we will definitely be returning.

    Had a very good evening. Nice food good service and a good price. All have my party enjoyed the food and said they would return.

    good honest Indian food, good service and reasonable prices.

    Starters were lamb hot meat and fish pakora. They asked how hot I wanted the lamb and they did it perfectly. Very tender. My wife said the fish pakora was delicious. The main course was chicken balti and chicken dupiaza both of which were as good as any we have had in Nottingham. Going back I would ask for a seat away from the windows.

    Excellent meal again. Sam really looks after his guests. Great value for money.

    AmaZing food. Amazing staff. Amazing service.

    We had the balti meal deal which was brilliant value for money and the service was even better.

    Great, friendly service. Great priced deal but food not brilliant. Starters were nice but curries were watery. Friend got parking ticket outside for parking in a not clearly marked restricted area, a little further up from the beware!

    Fast and friendly service despite us being a large group. Good value and tasty Indian cuisine.

    Very good food, friendly and chatty service. Good place for a meal!

    This place does a curry really well. The tikka masala was lovely and so was the madras (I stole a mouthful from my friend). Staff were very polite and down-to-earth and even gave us a discount voucher at the end of the meal!

5:30pm - 11:30pm
5:30pm - 11:30pm
5:30pm - 11:30pm
5:30pm - 11:30pm
5:30pm - 12am
5:30pm - 12am
Large bookings only (10+)
  • Ranked #48 of 505
  • Avg. main course: £8
  • 0.62 miles from Nottingham
  • Indian

We say…

Authentic Indian cuisine, traditional décor and friendly service.

Owned and managed by former league cricketer, Sabbir Hossain, The Balti House was once praised by the Bangladeshi cricket team when they visited Nottingham: you know the food has to be good when the national team seek out this restaurant as their home-from-home kitchen.

The classic and signature dishes here are a particular point of pride as their customer base spans over three decades. It is this consistency that keeps loyal customers returning year after year to enjoy the traditionally prepared dishes which are not only great value for money but are prepared with a fantastic level of passion and skill that is synonymous with the exotic cuisine.

The focus at the Balti House is on flavour rather than heat. This said, those with an appetite for a hit of spice are able to indulge in dishes such as the unforgivingly hot Pall, fiery Ceylon or punchy Patia, all which come with a choice of meat, vegetable or seafood.

Those who like to keep their taste buds intact throughout their meal will find a satisfying selection of classic and popular dishes including korma and dansak. As all dishes are prepared fresh to order you can always ask for each dish to be adjusted to your own tastes.

Vegetarians and vegans will also find themselves well catered for with an extensive meat-free menu dedicated to delicious vegetarian Indian cuisine.

For an authentic taste of India in the heart of Nottingham, look no further than the well-established Balti House Nottingham.

last updated: 06 Sep 2019

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35 Heathcote Street, Hockley, Nottingham, NG1 3AG
0115 947 2871