10 Restaurants in Accrington: Indian

Accrington's Indian restaurants are some of Manchester's finest

Rusholme's curry mile and the Manchester city centre may be the first places Mancunians think about when heading for a curry, but maybe they shouldn’t be so hasty as there are also some fantastic Indian restaurants in Accrington. The area has a long-standing community from India, and some of Accrington's Indian restaurants have been in business for decades. Find out why they have stood the test of time by tasting a Goan or Rajasthani curry with fresh tomatoes, coriander and green chillies and find a new favourite spot for a spicy evening dinner.

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Mitali

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.6/628
Mitali

Balti Stan

Clayton-le-Moors
Indian££££
5.4/629
Balti Stan

The Balti House

Rishton
Indian
6.0/61
The Balti House
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Whitecroft Indian Bar & Restaurant

Oswaldtwistle
Indian
Whitecroft Indian Bar & Restaurant

Spice Room

Rossendale
Indian££££
Spice Room

Bombay Quay

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.5/6967
Bombay Quay

Westbourne Spice

Otley
Indian££££
5.6/6196
Westbourne Spice

Bombay to Mumbai

Bramhall
Indian££££
5.7/657
Bombay to Mumbai

Peachy Keens

Northern Quarter
International££££
4.7/6105
Peachy Keens

The Great Kathmandu Tandoori

Chorlton-cum-Hardy
Indian££££
5.2/6187
The Great Kathmandu Tandoori
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    From start to finish, feast on gourmet Indian food at Accrington's Indian restaurants

    There are also plenty of newer eateries on the scene offering their own spins on specialities from all over the subcontinent. Some offer a huge array of baltis while others work wonders with paneer cheese to cook up some sumptuous vegetarian curries. With familiar ways to round off your meal like chocolate fudge cake or more exotic Kulfi ice cream, you can enjoy a delicious meal at Accrington's Indian restaurants from the crack of the first poppadom to the last spoonful of sweet dessert.