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Indian Restaurants in Exeter

Explore exotic flavours and aromas at Indian restaurants in Exeter

The historic city of Exeter is home to a wide range of important landmarks, including the Jurassic Coast, the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Exeter Cathedral. However, this wonderful part of South West England is also known for its extensive selection of Indian restaurants. Exeter is a thriving, multicultural urban area that attracts nearly a million visitors a year. There are therefore more fantastic eateries in the city than you might expect. Whether you’re a heat lover looking for the perfect Madras or a curry novice in search of a korma, the wonderful flavours of Indian cuisine await in Exeter restaurants.

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Spice & Stone

Spice & Stone

Broadclyst
Indian££££
5.6/672
Spice & Stone
Real India

Real India

City Centre
Indian££££
5.5/62
Real India
Red Rose

Red Rose

City Centre
Indian££££
Red Rose

Ganges - Exeter

City Centre
Indian££££
5.2/66
Ganges - Exeter
Spice Quarter

Spice Quarter

City Centre
Indian££££
4.8/683
Spice Quarter
Duchess Of Delhi

Duchess Of Delhi

Cardiff Bay
Indian££££
5.0/647
Duchess Of Delhi
Viceroy

Viceroy

Yeovil
Indian££££
5.4/638
Viceroy
Spice Gallery

Spice Gallery

North Petherton
Indian££££
5.7/634
Spice Gallery
Zeera - Weston

Zeera - Weston

Bristol City Centre
Indian££££
5.8/639
Zeera - Weston
Cinnamons

Cinnamons

Centre
Indian££££
5.3/636
Cinnamons
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    Broaden your culinary horizons at Exeter’s Indian restaurants

    There really is an embarrassment of riches when it comes to Indian restaurants in Exeter. Of course, you’ll find classics such as biryani and and chicken tikka masala quite easily. But this vibrant city offers a selection of Indian dishes you may not be so familiar with. Why not try a palak paneer, which is made with pureed spinach, garam masala and garlic? If you’re looking for something real Indians eat back home, give the mattar paneer a try, which consists of peas, tomatoes and garam masala. For these authentic dishes and a whole lot more besides, Gandi Indian Cuisine Restaurant on New North Road and Ganges Restaurant on Fore Street are ideal. These amazing Indian restaurants in central Exeter deliver a truly genuine dining experience.
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    Plan the perfect celebration at the best Indian restaurants in Exeter

    Whether you’re planning a birthday celebration with friends or a romantic wedding anniversary, there are incredible restaurants in Exeter that serve Indian food in an ideal setting. A great place for large parties is Curry Leaf on North Street, which features a huge dining area and a series of special deals for large parties. For a more intimate celebration, reserve a table at Goa Spice Premier on Cowick Street, which offers lots of secluded corners for added privacy. Spice & Stone on Exeter Road offers a family atmosphere — perfect for birthday parties and special occasions with the people you love. With so many fantastic Indian restaurants in Exeter to choose from, planning a memorable celebration is easy.
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    Book tables at Indian restaurants in Exeter to avoid disappointment

    Particularly on North Street and around Magdalen Street, the demand for tables at Exeter’s finest Indianrestaurants is huge. Make sure you don’t miss out on the perfect eatery, book in advance with the Quandoo app. Research your options, access menus and read customer reviews before making your decision. And once you’ve decided on the best Indian restaurant in Exeter, reserve a table in seconds, directly from the app.