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Indian Restaurants in Devon

 If a curry is calling you, check out Devon's best Indian restaurants

You'll find some seriously skillful gourmet chefs at Devon's Indian restaurants, so why not discover what they have to offer by making a booking via Quandoo? There are great curry houses all over the county, from Exeter to the English Riviera, and inland to towns like Tiverton or Totnes. So wherever you are, you're probably a short drive from some of the finest shashlik kebabs or chicken kormas you have ever tasted. Forget about boring old takeaways. Devon's best Indian restaurants have so much more to offer.

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Spice & Stone

Spice & Stone

Broadclyst
Indian££££
5.5/647
Cinnamons

Cinnamons

Centre
Indian££££
5.2/632
Mombay Brasserie

Mombay Brasserie

City Centre
Indian££££
5.5/620
Cafe Indiya

Cafe Indiya

City Centre
Indian££££
5.4/610
Naz Indian Cuisine

Naz Indian Cuisine

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.3/612
Ganges & Gurkha

Ganges & Gurkha

Barbican
Indian££££
5.6/67
The Spice Well

The Spice Well

Barbican
Indian££££
6.0/62
Kerala Delicacies - Totnes

Kerala Delicacies - Totnes

Totnes
Indian££££
5.3/64
Indian Summer

Indian Summer

Town Centre
Indian££££
4.0/61
Red Rose

Red Rose

City Centre
Indian££££
Spice Room

Spice Room

North Hill
Indian££££
Real India

Real India

City Centre
Indian££££
Balti Night

Balti Night

Centre
Indian££££
Simla Spice

Simla Spice

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.5/62
Ganges - Exeter

Ganges - Exeter

City Centre
Indian££££
5.2/66
  1. 1.

    Head to Exeter to find some of Devon's leading Indian restaurants

    Let's start with the county town, Exeter. The city is experiencing a gourmet boom these days across a wide range of cuisines, and its Indian restaurants are among Devon's most exciting. Right at the centre of town, places like Ganges have upped the ante for Indian cooking, blending the finest locally grown ingredients with kitchen wizardry straight from the subcontinent. And, as with many contemporary curry houses, they are doing away with fatty ghee, instead focusing on spice blends and culinary finesse to create delicious tastes instead.
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    You'll find exceptional Indian restaurants on Devon's coast as well

    However, as any Devonian will tell you, Exeter is just one small part of the county's dining scene. As you move south down the coast you'll come across plenty of other magical Indian restaurants for Devon's foodies to explore. For instance, Newton Abbott hosts Naz, which specialises in Persian-influenced pathia and dhansak curries. Over in Torquay, Simla takes a completely different approach, focusing on Bengali fish masalas and jalfrezis which include meats like duck and lamb. But they couple these specials with curry classics, allowing more conservative diners to enjoy great versions of the dishes they love.
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    Try some southern Indian delicacies at Devon's Keralan restaurants

    Elsewhere, the selection of Indian restaurants in Devon broadens out even more thanks to places like Kerala Delicacies in Totnes. As their name suggests, southern India is where they draw their inspiration from, meaning that diners can enjoy spicy coconut-infused dishes, pungent pickles and starters like tempura-fried butterfly prawns. So, have a look around the map and pick somewhere that excites you. Devon's Indian restaurants make exploring Indian cuisine an absolute delight.