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Indian Restaurants in Bromsgrove

 See history in action at Indian restaurants in Bromsgrove

As one of the West Midlands' most charming towns, Bromsgrove and its surrounding areas have a real Indian heritage. The region has long enjoyed close connections to the subcontinent, with many immigrants heading over after the war to work in the area's car factories and at its engineering sites. That explains, then, why there are so many excellent Indian restaurants to try in Bromsgrove. With the authentic recipes or the traditional cooking methods on offer, British curry doesn't get much better than here in the West Midlands.

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Jaipur Cottage

Jaipur Cottage

Clent
Indian££££
5.3/682
Jaipur Cottage
Essence Of Bengal

Essence Of Bengal

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.0/619
Essence Of Bengal
Spices Cuisine

Spices Cuisine

Catshill
Indian££££
Spices Cuisine
Dilshad Tandoori

Dilshad Tandoori

Hill End
Indian££££
6.0/64
Dilshad Tandoori

Five Spice Restaurant

Belbroughton
Indian££££
5.3/654
Five Spice Restaurant

New Dilshad

Centre
Indian££££
5.3/645
New Dilshad

Shahi Palace

Batchley
Indian££££
5.6/623
Shahi Palace

Dine India

Catshill
Indian££££
5.5/620
Dine India

Rilys - Redditch

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.2/616
Rilys - Redditch

Rasoi Restaurant

Town Centre
Indian££££
Rasoi Restaurant
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    Enjoy delicious regional favourites at Bromsgrove's Indian restaurants

    When it comes to a diverse and cosmopolitan nation like India, nothing is quite as special as sampling all the different cuisines served up in each region. At Bromsgrove's Indian restaurants, you can do this too. While popular crowd pleasing dishes like jalfrezis are on the menus here, for something a little different you can also experience your favourite curries with distinctive regional spins placed on them. At Dine India in Catshill, for example, why not sample a traditional North Indian version of the famous tikka masala by ordering the kulchan chicken?
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    Enjoy vegetarian fare at Indian restaurants in Bromsgrove

    This is one of the friendliest small towns in the West Midlands, so it's no surprise that the Indian restaurants in Bromsgrove go the extra mile to look after everyone. All dietary requirements can be catered to here, and with almost a third of Indians identifying as vegetarian, there's plenty of choice if you're meat free. Cheese lovers can opt for dishes like paneer makhani (cottage cheese in sweet and sour sauce with ginger julienne vegetables), for example, or the potato-based Bombay aloo with red chilli, cumin and more.
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    Book ahead to avoid disappointment at Bromsgrove's Indian restaurants

    The West Midlands is arguably the curry capital of the United Kingdom, so it's no surprise that the Indian restaurants in Bromsgrove get booked up quickly. To avoid disappointment, it's a good idea to book your table in advance, especially if you're bringing a large group out for dinner or are planning to eat at busy times like the weekend. With Quandoo, you can take a look at our diner reviews, restaurant photographs and menu highlights, then make your decision and book online in seconds.