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Indian Restaurants in Kilmarnock

 Indian restaurants in Kilmarnock: typically Scottish

Few countries love Indian food as much as Scotland, which means the concentration of Indian restaurants in cities like Kilmarnock is nothing short of drool-worthy. Of course, Scotland’s relationship with Indian food is a lot more than just a fondness – it’s now world-famous as the birthplace of chicken tikka massala, argued by many to be the modern national dish of the whole United Kingdom. At the Indian restaurants in Kilmarnock you can of course expect the classics like chicken tikka masala, but you should also brace yourself for plenty of other Scottish-style Indian dishes that aren’t so famous and that you may not have tried before.

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Jewel in the Crown

Jewel in the Crown

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.0/63
Jewel in the Crown
Shezan

Shezan

New Town
Indian££££
5.0/6183
Shezan
Mister Singh's India

Mister Singh's India

City Centre
Indian££££
5.4/6183
Mister Singh's India
The Indian Manor

The Indian Manor

Bothwell
Indian££££
5.3/6133
The Indian Manor
Bombay Lounge Dalkeith

Bombay Lounge Dalkeith

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.5/6109
Bombay Lounge Dalkeith
Spice Lounge Kitchen

Spice Lounge Kitchen

East Craigs
Indian££££
5.2/682
Spice Lounge Kitchen
Torranyard Tandoori

Torranyard Tandoori

Torranyard
Indian££££
5.9/643
Torranyard Tandoori
Maharaja - Stirling

Maharaja - Stirling

City Centre
Indian££££
5.5/654
Maharaja - Stirling
The Pink Turban

The Pink Turban

Waterloo
Indian££££
5.0/641
The Pink Turban
Dalshannon Farm

Dalshannon Farm

Cumbernauld
Indian££££
5.6/636
Dalshannon Farm
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    Kilmarnock’s Indian restaurants offer plenty that’s different

    When you dine at any Indian restaurant in Kilmarnock you should be prepared to try something new. On most menus you’ll find the well-loved usual suspects – korma, madras, bhuna, vindaloo and other such big hitters – as well as an enormous rosters of signatures and specials. We’re talking tandoori crab or salmon, Bombay duck and much more. Many of Kilmarnock’s Indian restaurants will also offer Southern Indian cuisine – think dishes like dosa and spices like tamarind – which is far different to the Northern Indian food that’s far more common in the Scotland and the rest of the UK.
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    Indian restaurants to try in Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock isn’t very big but there are still quite a few Indian restaurants to choose from. Jewel in the Crown would, quite appropriately, be our pick of the bunch and you’ll find it on Portland Street in the heart of town. This is a very popular one and that prides itself on a varied menu where every dish is cooked fresh to order, as well as wonderfully warm service and quite a buzzing atmosphere. That said you’ll find other Indian restaurants around Kilmarnock train station that match similar standards, so choosing the right one for you might not be all that easy.
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    Get involved with Kilmarnock’s Indian restaurants via Quandoo

    Unless you discover restaurants and reserve tables with Quandoo, of course. Via desktop or app, Quandoo makes it easy to choose which of Kilmarnock’s Indian restaurants is the right one for you by viewing opening times, special offers, diner reviews, menus and more. Once you’ve dined you can then leave a review yourself and earn Loyalty Points for your troubles to later to redeem for cash back. Spice things up and get involved with Kilmarnock’s Indian restaurants – you’ll not regret a thing.