10 Indian Restaurants in Chorley

Book the best Indian restaurants Chorley has to offer

If you like nothing more than piling up plates with towers of poppadoms, or guzzling buckets of balti, Chorley's Indian restaurants will be a match made in heaven. One of the curry-eating hotspots of an area that's already rich in spicy dining options, Chorley has Indian restaurants to entice the most discerning dhansak aficionado, or the most judicious jalfrezi fan. There's great food to be had every night of the week - and all of the area's best places can be booked in seconds via Quandoo.

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La Rocca

Town Centre
Indian
La Rocca

Bombay Quay

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.5/6872
Bombay Quay

Eastzeast - Liverpool

The Baltic Triangle
Indian££££
4.9/6275
Eastzeast - Liverpool
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Shajan

Clayton-le-Dale
Indian££££
5.5/6172
Shajan

The Great Kathmandu Tandoori

Chorlton-cum-Hardy
Indian££££
5.2/6178
The Great Kathmandu Tandoori

Copper Lounge

Hazel Grove
Indian££££
5.4/6208
Copper Lounge

Westbourne Spice

Otley
Indian££££
5.6/6158
Westbourne Spice

Aamchi Mumbai

Cheadle Hulme
Indian££££
5.5/6158
Aamchi Mumbai

Purple Pakora - Marple Bridge

Marple Bridge
Indian££££
4.4/6125
Purple Pakora - Marple Bridge

Shabab

City Centre
Indian££££
5.0/6114
Shabab
  1. 1.

    Chorley's city centre has Indian restaurants to suit any party

    Some of the best options of all can be found in Chorley town centre, where Indian restaurants are particularly thick on the ground. For instance, venues like Hyatt have been wowing diners for decades from their Dole Lane base. Spacious and comfortable, and always focusing on delivering great service for every dining party, the food measures up too. From tandoori cooked meat curries, through to hearty baltis and rotating specials, these city centre spots offer everything curry fans could desire.
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    Check out Indian restaurants in Chorley's neighbours, too

    However, the centre of town isn't the only place to indulge your taste for tandoori delights. If you want somewhere a little more out of the way, Quandoo offers no shortage of alternatives. Over in Abbey Village, you'll come across curry houses which provide a more intimate setting - making them perfect for romantic evenings out or celebrations. And, if you really want to broaden your options, Preston is just a few miles up the road, and its own Indian scene complements Chorley's restaurants perfectly. If you look around, you'll find a dazzling selection of Bengali, Keralan, and Punjabi places - and you won't have to travel far to reach them.
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    Try new Indian dishes at restaurants in Chorley and Preston

    When you do, be sure to experiment. Why stick to the dishes you know when you are in an area with so many creative curry chefs? While some places specialise in lemon-infused sambar lentil curries, others take their cue from Kashmiri cuisine with their slow cooked meat stews. Punjabi street food is part of the mix at venues like EastZeast, and still others employ Bangladeshi cooks, whipping up sumptuous fish tikka dishes. So vary your meals and discover new favourites. You're in the ideal place to do so.