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Indian Restaurants in Cheltenham

 There are excellent Indian restaurants to explore in Cheltenham. Located in the beautiful Cotswolds, Cheltenham is a stylish, culture-packed destination that draws in huge crowds every year for the Cheltenham Festival and the music, science and literature series. Visit Sandford Parks Lido and Pittville Park, enjoy walking tours that explore the town's Regency architecture and enjoy the continental atmosphere of the terraces and al fresco cafes. There are three theatres, a world-class museum and an art gallery at The Wilson. Enjoy superb shopping, too, with independent retail quarters such as The Suffolks combined with high street and designer stores. At the end of a busy day, relax with a delicious meal at the various high-quality Indian restaurants in Cheltenham.

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The Kashmir

The Kashmir

Town Centre
Indian££££
4.9/622
The Kashmir
Indian Brasserie

Indian Brasserie

Montpellier
Indian££££
Indian Brasserie

Indus

Montpellier
Indian££££
4.9/619
Indus

The Everest

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.3/64
The Everest
Pushkar

Pushkar

City Centre
Indian££££
5.3/6754
Pushkar
Nutmeg Indian Restaurant

Nutmeg Indian Restaurant

Clifton
Indian££££
5.4/6354
Nutmeg Indian Restaurant
4500 Miles From Delhi - Bristol

4500 Miles From Delhi - Bristol

Bristol City Centre
Indian££££
5.0/6271
4500 Miles From Delhi - Bristol
Praza

Praza

Edgbaston
Indian££££
5.3/6231
Praza
Kababish Restaurant Moseley

Kababish Restaurant Moseley

Moseley
Indian££££
5.3/6187
Kababish Restaurant Moseley
4500 Miles From Delhi – Oxford

4500 Miles From Delhi – Oxford

City Centre
Indian££££
5.2/6166
4500 Miles From Delhi – Oxford
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    Where to find Indian restaurants in Cheltenham

    The town is widely regarded as the food capital of The Cotswolds and you can enjoy food and brewery tours alongside Cheltenham's high-quality Indian restaurants. If you’re meandering through town and looking for a great place to eat, try the Brewery Quarter, the independent retail areas of the Montpellier, The Suffolks or along the high street. There are excellent Indian restaurants in Cheltenham hidden down side streets and some have al fresco terraces for when the weather is fine. You'll be guaranteed quality when you dine in this food hotspot, which has been recognised many times by The Good Food Guide and Conde Nast. Check out reviews of some of Cheltenham's finest Indian restaurants on Quandoo for the inside scoop on the venues our members rated most highly.
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    Popular Indian restaurants in Cheltenham to try

    Quandoo users have a number of favourite Indian restaurants across Cheltenham. Bhoomi is notable for serving a focused, delicious menu of south Indian cuisine in extremely elegant surroundings on Suffolk Road. The dishes are prepared in line with the seasons and the flavours and food combinations are a revelation. The Indian Brasserie is a very large, sophisticated restaurant on Suffolk Road also, with fantastic tandoori, seafood and vegetarian dishes on the menu, again with a south Indian focus. The Kashmir on Albion Street, on the other hand, is casual, breezy and entirely fuss-free – but the locals say it serves the best Indian food in The Cotswolds!
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    What sort of food will you enjoy at Cheltenham's Indian restaurants?

    Those who love spicy Anglicised classics such as tikka masala and vindaloo will find plenty of excellent venues serving up typical and beautifully-cooked dishes with hearty portions. Those who want to extend their gastronomic repertoire will find an enticing array of house specials and dishes of the day, often featuring fresh seafood, fish and vegetarian options. Not sure what to enjoy? Ask the server, see the daily specials list or ask for the chef's recommendation. You'll often discover an entirely new and authentic dish, served to perfection with chutneys, chapatis, naan and salads on the side. Fancy something sweet to follow? Ask the chef if sandesh is on the menu. It's a very sweet Bengali dessert made from cottage cheese, cardamom and saffron – a total crowd pleaser.
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    Book ahead at Cheltenham's Indian restaurants

    The town has a packed annual events calendar which includes dozens of food festivals, such as the annual Food & Drink Festival and Beer Week. This means the Indian restaurants across Cheltenham can get extremely busy, especially at peak times. Avoid the queues and any disappointment by booking your table at Cheltenham's best restaurants in advance via Quandoo. Don't forget to leave a review of the venues you enjoy the most so that fellow diners can benefit as well. Enjoy!