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Indian Restaurants in Dumfries

 Dumfries has some excellent Indian restaurants

Dumfries is a large market and university town in Scotland's border county of Dumfries and Galloway. It's also the largest of South West Scotland's towns and holds a beautiful position on the River Nith. Once a thriving seaport, the town is known for its history and there are various castles, ruins and other buildings of significance to see. One of the most famous former residents is Robert Bruce and his mausoleum lies in St. Michael's Church. See the Midsteeple prison, the 15th-century Devorgilla Bridge and enjoy lively cafes and bars in the centre. The town is bustling with a large student population, and you'll find some great Indian restaurants in Dumfries, offering hearty meals to suit all appetites.

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Daksh Indian Restaurant

Town Centre

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    What sort of food will entice you at the Indian restaurants in Dumfries?

    Thanks to the diverse local population, there is an excellent range of Indian restaurants in Dumfries, with price points and menus to suit everyone. Looking for the classic 'rice and three sauces' for a speedy lunch? Keep an eye out for venues serving street food, or large Asian buffets with dozens of freshly prepared dishes to discover. Fancy a classic Indian meal after a night out? Many of the Dumfries Indian restaurants have extended hours to cater for the town's nightlife. Dining out for a special occasion a deux? Check out SouthAsian fine dining or fusion restaurants with experimental, delicious dishes made by the most experienced chefs and wonderful wine lists.
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    Dumfries' Indian restaurants have plenty to offer

    You'll find Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi cuisine represented across the eateries in town, with plenty of seasonal specialities that make use of seasonal and imported ingredients. Dumfries and Galloway is a big agricultural county and many of its eateries use local farm produce to reduce food miles and ensure that ingredients are as fresh as possible. Vegetarians and vegans will find plenty of great options on the menu too – a lot of Indian cuisine naturally avoids meat, or favours fish. Equally, those with an aversion to dairy will find that the Indian restaurants in Dumfries offer a wide menu choice, with ingredients such as ground almonds or blended fruits often used to thicken dishes, rather than the standard cream or yoghurt. Be sure to ask your server for advice because they’ll be able to give you some great recommendations.
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    Which of the Indian restaurants in Dumfries will you try?

    Daksh in the town centre is one of Dumfries' Indian restaurants that's always busy. The chefs are masters of their craft and the restaurant is dedicated to celebrating the best of Indian cuisine, with everything from hot lunchbox takeaways through to well-priced set menus and lavish feasts at Diwali. The paneer shashlik dumplings made with Indian cheese, mango chutney and mint and cooked over a tandoori grill are a must-try, as is the sweet Gulab Jamun – a wonderful sweet treat to finish a meal. It's certainly worth booking ahead though, as the busy town centre population of tourists, shoppers, workers and students tends to result in high demand.