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Indian Restaurants in Droitwich

 If you need an Indian feast, Droitwich has restaurants to die for

If you're hunting for the best masala in the Midlands or some quality saag paneer by the Salwarpe, you've come to the right place. Quandoo have collected all of the best Indian restaurants in Droitwich, making it easy for curry fans to find a new venue to indulge their passion for spicy and delicious Indian cuisine. You'll find great Indian restaurants in Droitwich itself, as well as nearby villages like Stourport-on-Severn – so have a look around, check out the specials, and book some time at a gourmet curry house that really knows its onions, cumin, cardamom and turmeric.

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Massalla Lounge

Massalla Lounge

Centre
Indian££££
5.3/686
Massalla Lounge
Rajkot

Rajkot

Barbourne
Indian££££
5.0/620
Rajkot
Voujon

Voujon

Centre
Indian££££
6.0/65
Voujon
Dilshad Tandoori

Dilshad Tandoori

Hill End
Indian££££
6.0/63
Dilshad Tandoori
Spice Fusion

Spice Fusion

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.1/68
Spice Fusion
Balti Mahal

Balti Mahal

Barbourne
Indian££££
6.0/61
Balti Mahal
Spice Cuisine

Spice Cuisine

Centre
Indian££££
5.3/63
Spice Cuisine
Altafs Balti

Altafs Balti

Ronkswood
Indian££££
3.0/61
Altafs Balti
Pasha

Pasha

St. John's
Indian££££
5.0/64
Pasha
Incredible India Restaurant & Bar

Incredible India Restaurant & Bar

St. John's
Indian££££
Incredible India Restaurant & Bar
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    Spice it up at Indian restaurants in central Droitwich

    St. Andrews Street is a great place to begin your journey when exploring Droitwich's finest curry houses. Located right next to the High Street, it's convenient for city centre workers, shoppers and those hopping off the train. The area has seen some promising curry joints open up in recent times, not least Spice Fusion, which specialises in delectable Bangladeshi specialities and has some creative decor to create the perfect mood. Expect meat cooked in the achari spices characteristic of north-east India, and test yourself against some of the meanest phaals around.
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    Everyone can enjoy Droitwich's Indian restaurants

    If spice isn't your thing, Droitwich has other Indian restaurants that can moderate the chilli levels and bring things down a notch or two. For instance, Dilshad takes a contemporary approach to the whole curry house experience, with minimalist furnishings and bright surroundings, along with dishes that cater for everyone and aren't afraid to offer tastes that might not be as familiar as a comforting korma. Their High Street space by the river offers kofta and coconut-flavoured jhinga curries from the Sylhet region.
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    Discover Indian restaurants near Droitwich as well

    But you don't only have to stick to Droitwich's Indian restaurants. Sometimes, it's nice to make an excursion to a more rustic dining venue for a change of scene and some fresh air. If rural escapes are on the agenda, there are some excellent Indian restaurants around Droitwich to explore. Namaste in Little Stourport is a great example. You can see the sights and duck into this gourmet eatery for a spot of Indian cuisine, then whizz home in no time. So be sure to explore what Quandoo have to offer.