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Indian Restaurants in Bury

 Make a date to dine on first-class Indian food at Bury's best restaurants

Although it might be more famous for its black pudding, the Lancashire town of Bury also has Indian restaurants that square up to those in Manchester, just a few miles to the south. There's no need to make the trip into town, or over to Bolton. Instead, just have a look at Quandoo's selection of Bury's finest Indian restaurants and take your pick from conveniently located gourmet curry houses. With a smattering of standards and plenty of lesser-known dishes, these South Asian spots are ready to blow your socks off (not literally, of course, unless you choose the phaal).

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Shahbaaz Curry Cottage

Shahbaaz Curry Cottage

Bradford
Indian££££
5.2/643
Shahbaaz Curry Cottage
Forts of India

Forts of India

Whitefield
Indian££££
4.7/612
Forts of India
Asia Lounge

Asia Lounge

Town Centre
Indian££££
Asia Lounge
Massala Lounge

Massala Lounge

Town Centre
Indian££££
Massala Lounge
Bombay Quay

Bombay Quay

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.4/6586
Bombay Quay
Eastzeast - Liverpool

Eastzeast - Liverpool

The Baltic Triangle
Indian££££
4.8/6206
Eastzeast - Liverpool
The Great Kathmandu Tandoori

The Great Kathmandu Tandoori

Chorlton-cum-Hardy
Indian££££
5.1/6141
The Great Kathmandu Tandoori
Shajan

Shajan

Clayton-le-Dale
Indian££££
5.6/6119
Shajan
Copper Lounge

Copper Lounge

Hazel Grove
Indian££££
5.4/6151
Copper Lounge
Bombay Spice - York

Bombay Spice - York

City Centre
Indian££££
4.9/6119
Bombay Spice - York
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    The South Asian influence means that Indian restaurants are everywhere in Bury

    The reason why Bury has some great Indian restaurants is pretty obvious. Along with neighbouring towns like Rochdale, there's a sizeable Pakistani and Indian community, which has injected some dynamism into the dining scene. Highlights are all over the place, but Asia Lounge is typical of what's on offer. Blending comfortable surroundings, stylish decor, and consummately prepared, delicious dishes with authentic spice blends and irresistible aromas, it pretty much sums up what a good curry house should be.
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    You won't struggle for veggie dishes at Bury's Indian restaurants

    Aside from the quality of the food, one of the best things about dining out at curry houses in the North West is the range of different options. Few types of restaurant cater for veggies so well, with a wealth of paneer cheese-based dishes, vegetable biryanis, and healthy spinach or potato-centred sides. Of course, there's no lack of lamb, chicken, prawn, or beef curries on offer, too, but if you're hunting an excellent vegetarian venue, Bury's Indian restaurants will definitely fit the bill.
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    Check out Indian restaurants south of Bury as well

    Don't stick to central Bury when seeking out Indian restaurants. Quandoo's map allows curry fans to roam all over the nearby area. That way, you won't miss local highlights like Forts of India in Whitefield, just a couple of miles to the south. While the town's own options tend to have a Pakistani slant, Whitefield's often incorporate Bengali influences, creating a nice culinary contrast. With seafood dishes aplenty, if you don't crave meat and want something lighter, they could be perfect.