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Indian Restaurants in Abingdon

 Make a reservation at the best Indian restaurants in Abingdon

What makes the perfect curry? Homemade naans, perfectly cooked rice, balanced spice mixes, rich sauces, and that curry house aroma which instantly sets your tastebuds tingling when you walk through the door? Well, whatever goes into making first-class Indian restaurants, Abingdon's leading eateries fit the bill. These Indian hotspots blend kitchen wizardry with in-depth knowledge and attention to detail, resulting in extraordinary cooking that curry fans will adore. And all of them can be booked with ease via Quandoo.

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4500 Miles From Delhi – Oxford

City Centre
Indian££££
5.2/6174

Qumins Indian Cuisine

City Centre
Indian££££
5.3/6106

Mira Spice

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.6/610
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Prince Of India - Abingdon - Oxfordshire

Town Centre
Indian££££
6.0/61

Malikas

Cowley
Indian££££
5.0/66

Kadai & Naan

City Centre
Indian££££
4.8/64

The Vine and Spice

Long Wittenham
Indian££££
5.8/66

Majliss

Adingdon
Indian££££
5.5/611

Karma Restaurant

Cowley
Indian££££
5.3/64

Dil Raj

Town Centre
Indian££££
4.5/610

Kadai & Naan

City Centre
Indian££££
4.0/61

Rajasthan

Cowley
Indian££££

Indian Express

Caldecott
Indian££££
  1. 1.

    Discover Indian restaurants in central Abingdon

    Oxfordshire might seem an unlikely candidate for one of England's curry heartlands, but don't be deceived. Abingdon's Indian restaurants are as good as any you'll find in London, Birmingham, or even nearby Oxford. They are much more than run of the mill High Street takeaways. In fact, options like Prince of India are genuine gourmet eating spots, as you'll find out when you tuck into their burrah kebabs (marinated lamb chops) or tandoori chicken. Every ingredient has been hand-picked and chosen for freshness, resulting in richer flavours and irresistible aromas.
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    Head to rustic Indian restaurants in the Abingdon area

    Then there are Indian restaurants around Abingdon which fuse rustic village locations with global cuisine. Often housed in refurbished country pubs, these curry houses are a great place to retire and relax in the evening, with their sophisticated menus and long wine lists. As names like Vine and Spice suggest, these restaurants are aiming to be social venues, with their large gardens, numerous dining rooms, and generally laid-back atmosphere. But the food doesn't take a back seat. In fact, with homemade paneer cheese curries, plenty of kebabs and delectable sharing platters, Vine and Spice measures up on every level.
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    Abingdon's Indian restaurants always make veggies feel at home

    Vegetarians will also find plenty to enjoy at Abingdon's Indian restaurants, so if you've sworn off meat, there's no need to fear being left out of the fun. Actually, with pumpkin curries, daals packed with lentils and huge vegetarian thali platters, these eateries go out of their way to provide exciting dining experiences for non-meat eaters. Of course, chicken, lamb, and seafood delights are always on the menu, but these all-rounders are happy to cater for everyone.