Hot on the heels of our Best Places To Go For A Chinese In Belfast, we’re in a takeaway mood.
Yes, thanks to pre-emptively agreeing to participate in this year’s ‘Sober October’ – food is all we have now. And we’re going all out…
We need your say – here’s our top 15 places to get an Indian in Belfast. But where have we not thought of? Where’s your go-to Indian in Belfast?
1. Nu Delhi
25 Bruce St
Classic curries, fusion grill dishes, cocktails and Indian tapas served in a spotlit, modern space. Great value for money, wonderful & friendly customer service, and a beautifully relaxed atmosphere.
241 Lisburn Rd
Delicious authentic Indian cuisine, all curry dishes are even gluten and MSG free. Try the amazing Chicken Korma or even the Kashmir Curry (cooked with banana and cream in a mild sauce) if you fancy something a bit different. Their Early Bird Menu is available seven days a week 5 – 7.30 pm (two courses for £12!) You can sit in the lovely intimate restaurant or take away to pig out on at home.
3. Mumbai 27
27 Talbot St
This fabulous new Indian restaurant in Belfast’s historical Cathedral Quarter uses only fresh, locally sourced ingredients where possible, and Chef does not allow any artificial colours/preservatives/msg in his dishes.
66 Stranmillis Rd
The Chicken Tikka Masala (a delicious rich & exotic dish marinated & cooked in a traditional creamy mosalla sauce, with almonds and coconut) is divine. Great option for ordering in, or sit in the unique restaurant in the heart of bustling Stranmillis.
5. Indie Spice
159 Stranmillis Rd
Featured in our Best Lunch Deals, Indie Spice boasts flavoursome rich food and is particularly renowned for its amazing curries. Plus a good range of vegetarian choices.
322 Lisburn Rd
Delicious food in a great location, it boasts a massive choice of exquisite food ranging from Tikka; Fish & Seafood: Biriyani & Tandoori menus to name but a few. The drinks lists is also superb – and all food is available to takeaway.
31 Bank St
Safa is a contemporary Indian restaurant located in the centre of Belfast, focusing on authentic Indian recipes and traditional cooking methods to deliver a unique taste experience, all dishes are additive & dye free.
11 Botanic Av
Truly authentic Nepalese and Indian food at its best, Kathmandu offers a fresh and healthy approach to the cuisine. They use the finest quality, authentic, fresh ingredients, with their highly qualified, experienced chefs creatively combining and balancing the flavours to conjure up exquisite dishes.
53 Dublin Rd
Open late, gorgeous food, amazing offers and rave reviews – this is one of Belfast’s more ‘under the radar’ Indian restaurants – but is a must visit!
334 Upper Newtownards Rd
Not only does this Indian serve up simply superb mains, but even the side dishes are on another level. Try the Bhindi Bhaji – for £3.50 you’ll get amazing lightly spiced potato and chick peas.
25 Bruce St
Described as an “awesome take on Indian food!” If you love Indian food in a wrap or bowl then this is the place for you. One of Belfast’s hidden gems.
12. Tale Of Spice
Dundonald Omniplex Complex
Famous for its amazing food, just looking at this picture of their Chicken Tikka Sizzler, leaves us in no doubt why.
13. The Raj
461 Lisburn Rd
Popular for a reason, The Raj on the Lisburn Road has been a popular curry spot for years thanks to the great flavour infused food.
75 Great Victoria St
Freshly cooked, excellent service, good value for money & ideal central location, try the Gingeroot for some fine Indian cuisine.
26 Botanic Av
‘Fusion in a wrap’ – similar to Slums and Boojum, Kurrito offers mouth-watering fillings. If you’re looking for a healthy, filling and tasty meal look no further than Kurrito.
Servers take time to talk you through the various options, whilst vegetarians rave about the excellent choices on offer for them too – including veggie sabzi, daal, butternut squash in coconut and paneer & peas. For a fiver, what more could you ask for…