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Indian Restaurants in Burnley

 Dine out on Indian delights at Burnley's leading restaurants

Lancashire is the kind of county where finding a top-class curry always seems to be easy. From Manchester's Curry Mile to Bolton's Bolti specialists, it's a great place for fans of India's cuisine, and Burnley's Indian restaurants are as good as anything other Lancastrian destinations have to offer. If you're in the Brun Valley or the nearby area, you'll find plenty of enticing Indian restaurants in Burnley, Todmorden and Colne, and no end of exciting, hard-to-find dishes as well. And all of the town's finest curry houses can be booked in seconds with Quandoo.

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Usha

Usha

Rose Hill
Indian££££
5.2/625
Mitali

Mitali

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.4/68
Jaipur Indian - Colne

Jaipur Indian - Colne

Colne
Indian££££
5.4/68
Balti Stan

Balti Stan

Clayton-le-Moors
Indian££££
5.5/617
Jaipur Indian - Padiham

Jaipur Indian - Padiham

Padiham
Indian££££
5.8/69

Aroma

Burnley
Indian

Shapla

Burnley Lane
Indian

Kettledrum Inn

Mereclough
Indian
Spice Room

Spice Room

Rossendale
Indian££££
Bombay Quay

Bombay Quay

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.4/6541
  1. 1.

    Things are heating up at Indian restaurants in Burnley

    If you're seeking out the most scorching curries in the North West, Burnley's Indian restaurants will supply the spice you need. There are some fearsome vindaloos on offer at places in the town centre like Usha that will challenge anyone's palate. Only slightly less volcanic, there are jalfrezis spiced with special chillies sourced from the subcontinent itself, as well as the odd phaal which takes things up to another level. But the great thing about these eateries is that spiciness isn't everything. Even their hottest dishes are prepared with finesse and care, resulting in a fantastic curry experience.
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    Burnley's Indian restaurants have milder options as well

    However, not everyone who heads to Indian restaurants in Burnley is looking for a challenge. Most of the dishes on offer are far more subtle, offering delicate blends of spices like fenugreek, cardamon, cinnamon, and tamarind. For instance, at Jaipur in Padiham, you can tuck into chicken amrit, a medium-spiced curry flavoured with ginger and served with a rich vegetable sauce. Or you could head to the Kettledrum Inn in Mereclough, a traditional pub turned into an exceptional tandoori. Either way, there are options for everyone.
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    You'll find the finest ingredients at Burnley's Indian restaurants

    Above all, whether you go for super spicy or nice and mild dishes, you can be confident that Burnley's Indian restaurants take the utmost care to source their ingredients. The potatoes, lamb, chicken, spinach, and even the peppers and tomatoes will be sourced from Lancashire's vibrant artisan food scene, while every last spice grain will come from trusted suppliers across the world. When you add in kitchen wizardry of seasoned curry chefs, it's easy to see why the dishes at Burnley's Indian restaurants never fail to satisfy.