With a thriving Indian restaurant scene, Nottingham spoils you for choice when it comes to sitting down with a piping hot curry. Contemporary decors, traditional menus and award winning service mean Nottingham has something for everyone, no matter whether you’re on a budget or wanting to splash the cash.
Perhaps Nottingham’s best-known Indian eatery, MemSaab has been raking in the awards recently. After being voted Indian Restaurant of the Year for 2014 by Nottingham Post readers, they were also named best Indian in the Midlands at the British Curry Awards. Obviously a lot of people love their comfy surroundings and fiery flavours just as much as we do!
On a budget
With Indian being one our favourite cuisine’s here in Britain, it’s a good thing there are some restaurants keeping things cheap. A favourite with students, the funky Tamatanga is located in the Cornerhouse complex and the relaxed atmospere makes it a perfect place to chill out after a long day.
A touch of glamour
If you’re looking for a slightly swankier eatery, Anoki offers the finest Indian cuisine in stylish settings. Located in the Lace Market it’s within easy walking distance of the Capital FM arena, the Royal Theatre and all the cinemas, making it a perfect start to your night out.
Keeping it traditional
Just off Maid Marian Way lies Nottingham’s oldest Indian restaurant Laguna. The authentic cooking techniques and traditional recipes combined with bargain prices make it an ideal spot for both curry connoisseurs and first-timers.
If you fancy venturing out of the city centre for your curry fix, Ashiana in Newark offers mouth-watering authentic Indian cuisine in modern, upmarket surroundings. And, with Go dine, you can get an exclusive 20% off your food bill!
There really is something for everyone in and around Nottingham when it comes to Indian cuisine. Let us know where your favourite spice spots are!