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Indian Restaurants in Dunfermline

 Dunfermline Indian restaurants offer the rich flavours of the East

Indian cuisine has been a staple part of the British restaurant scene for over 40 years. Many Indian restaurants have their origins in family-run establishments founded by Bangladeshi immigrants. Britons quickly developed an appetite for spicy dishes and the ritual of a Saturday night curry. In Dunfermline, Indian restaurants soon found a loyal following, and the Fife town now boasts a variety of dining options, offering a rich range of dishes. Traditional curries are still very much in evidence, but fashions in restaurants are changing.

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Apricot Indian & Nepalese Restaurant

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.6/650
Apricot Indian & Nepalese Restaurant
Everest Inn - Dunfermline

Everest Inn - Dunfermline

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.5/68
Everest Inn - Dunfermline

Apricot Restaurant

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.8/620
Apricot Restaurant

The Royal Bengal

Heritage Quarter
Indian££££
The Royal Bengal
Shezan

Shezan

New Town
Indian££££
5.1/6219
Shezan
Mister Singh's India

Mister Singh's India

City Centre
Indian££££
5.5/6219
Mister Singh's India
Bombay Lounge Dalkeith

Bombay Lounge Dalkeith

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.5/6158
Bombay Lounge Dalkeith
Torranyard Tandoori

Torranyard Tandoori

Torranyard
Indian££££
5.9/673
Torranyard Tandoori
Tayview Hotel

Tayview Hotel

Broughty Ferry
Indian££££
5.5/697
Tayview Hotel
The Pink Turban

The Pink Turban

Waterloo
Indian££££
4.9/659
The Pink Turban
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    Try classic cuisine and authentic dishes in Dunfermline Indian restaurants

    Bangladeshi restaurateurs established the menus that became so familiar to British diners, and are still in evidence in Dunfermline Indian restaurants. Dishes were created using the culinary traditions of northern India as the basic inspiration, but adjusting recipes to suit British tastes. In this way, chicken bhuna, lamb madras, pilau rice, and onion bhajis became classics. Other influences also crept in, notably in Persian dishes like dhansak and biryani. Traditional restaurants featured ornate Raj-style decor, atmospheric music, and a bar.
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    Experience vibrant spices and fresh flavours in Dunfermline's Indian restaurants

    The Indian restaurant scene in Scotland is quick to respond to market trends. In Dunfermline the traditional Bangladeshi restaurants and tandoori grills have been joined by a new style of Indian dining. Smaller, cafe-style places offer lighter options, sharing plates, and regional specialities, served in bright, contemporary surroundings. Menus have moved on from old favourites and now include South Indian and Keralan dishes or the appetising street foods of Mumbai and Chennai. Some restaurants have also adopted the idea of a buffet, self-service menus offering the chance to sample a wide range of dishes. Buffets are particularly popular with families at weekends.
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    Enjoy the buzzing atmosphere of Indian restaurants in Dunfermline

    Indian restaurants remain a key part of Dunfermline nightlife, and the curry house is still a regular Saturday night destination in Fife. Indian restaurants have also become a useful lunch option for visitors. The attractive town centre is compact, and after a spot of shopping or sightseeing at the Abbey, visitors can look forward to a relaxed meal at one of Dunfermline's nearby Indian establishments. Booking online with Quandoo requires just a couple of clicks to reserve your table at Indian restaurants in Dunfermline.