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Indian Restaurants in Blackpool

You'll find some of the North West's finest Indian food at Blackpool restaurants

If you're holidaying on the Lancashire coast or attending an event in Blackpool, Indian restaurants are always a great dining option. The famous seaside resort attracted a large influx of immigrants from the subcontinent in the 1960s and 70s, and many of these arrivals opened up city centre curry houses. Moreover, the whole North West region is a curry hotspot, with plenty of places to munch kormas, vindaloos and baltis within short travelling distance of central Blackpool. You'll find the best of them listed at Quandoo, where you can book a table with a couple of clicks or taps.

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Sai Surbhi

Fulwood
Indian££££
5.3/668

Bangla Fusion

Much Hoole
Indian££££
5.3/642

Sultan Of Lancaster

City Centre
Indian££££
5.2/628
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Passage to India - Ormskirk

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.5/636

Baby Kingfisher

South Shore
Indian££££
5.7/627

Shamraat

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.3/626

Masala Indian

Heysham
Indian££££
5.2/622

Bombay Balti

City Centre
Indian££££
4.7/619

Banglish

Burscough Bridge
Indian££££
6.0/61

The Lemon Tree

Poulton-Le-Fylde
Indian££££
4.9/68

Sylhet Bangla

Hutton
Indian££££
4.7/67

Shahzaad Tandoori

Centre
Indian££££
5.0/62

The Kasturi Indian Cuisine

Centre
Indian££££
4.0/62

Touch of Spice

Broughton
Indian££££
5.8/64

Buraq

Kirkham
Indian££££
5.5/651

eastZeast - Preston

Centre
Indian££££
5.0/646

Indian Orchard

North Shore
Indian££££
6.0/611

Sagar 3

Fulwood
Indian
5.6/610

Gemma Indian

St Anne's
Indian££££
5.7/66

Blue Diamond Indian Restaurant

South Shore
Indian££££
6.0/63
  1. 1.

    Indian restaurants in Blackpool are a great end to a day at the Pleasure Beach

    If you're planning a long day at the Pleasure Beach, why not end your day out by reserving a spot at one of Blackpool's Indian restaurants? Riding the Big Dipper, the Wild Mouse or Revolution may be a great adrenaline rush, but after hours of ups and downs, thrills and spills, everyone needs a bit to eat. With exceptional Indian restaurants close to Blackpool Pleasure Beach, it's easy to head straight from the roller coasters to a rogan josh or tandoori mixed grill. So don't head straight back to your hotel – round off the day with an Indian treat.
  2. 2.

    Head to Indian restaurants in Blackpool before a show

    Blackpool's Indian restaurants are also excellent places to head before exploring the city's other cultural attractions. The city hosts a stream of high-profile events throughout the year, from punk rock rebellion to political party conferences and the Livewire Festival. If you've bought tickets to any major event, don't take chances with on-site catering. Instead, you can enjoy first-rate food at Indian restaurants in Blackpool. Feast on rice, naans, poppadoms and whatever curry excites your tastebuds, all within walking distance of your chosen entertainment.
  3. 3.

    Blackpool's Indian restaurants include some great gourmet options

    Dining at Indian restaurants in Blackpool can also be a pure gourmet delight. The city's Bengali and Gujarati chefs are genuine masala maestros, offering cuisine from all over India. For instance, there are places on the seafront that cook up a mean Goan monkfish curry from southern India, while down in St Anne's you'll find curry houses that specialise in northern tandoori dishes. There's a whole galaxy of Asian food on offer, so explore Blackpool's Indian restaurants with Quandoo.