Just a couple of miles to the southwest of the city centre of Edinburgh, Slateford's Indian restaurants serve an appreciative local clientele. You can see why they're so popular, with a great choice of dishes ranging from mild to extra hot. Choose from tempting starters like pakora, samosas, onion bhajis or poppadoms before tucking into your delicious main course. If you enjoy a bit of spice, why not opt for balti, and if you really like it hot, the renowned vindaloo will deliver the kick you require. Indian restaurants in Edinburgh's Slateford neighbourhood also offer a range of side dishes, such as naan bread and dhals, so there's no chance of going home hungry.
This area of the city is home to attractions like the Water of Leith Visitor Centre, the Corn Exchange and the Caledonian Brewery, which bring thousands of visitors into the neighbourhood. If you are one of those visiting this part of Edinburgh, Slateford's Indian restaurants are a great way to top off your visit with a tasty meal. Afterwards, you can walk off your curry with a refreshing stroll along the canal, taking you all the way back to the city centre.