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Indian Restaurants in Lancaster

 Discover Lancaster's Indian restaurants

Lancaster is the county town of Lancashire and an ancient city with a well-established university. Tourists flock to the famous castle and museums and wander along St. George's Quay to see fine examples of Georgian architecture. The historic university campuses are well worth a visit and the city centre is packed with superb independent retail and designer stores, including the retail malls and galleries located on St Nic's, Penny Street and Marketgate. The Charter Market is a must visit and you'll also find plenty of coffee shops, cafes, bars and restaurants, including fine Indian restaurants in Lancaster.

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Sultan Of Lancaster

Sultan Of Lancaster

City Centre
Indian££££
5.3/615
Bombay Balti

Bombay Balti

City Centre
Indian££££
4.8/617
Bombay Quay

Bombay Quay

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.4/6541
Eastzeast - Liverpool

Eastzeast - Liverpool

The Baltic Triangle
Indian££££
4.8/6190
The Great Kathmandu Tandoori

The Great Kathmandu Tandoori

Chorlton-cum-Hardy
Indian££££
5.1/6136
Shajan

Shajan

Clayton-le-Dale
Indian££££
5.5/6105
Copper Lounge

Copper Lounge

Hazel Grove
Indian££££
5.4/6145
Aamchi Mumbai

Aamchi Mumbai

Cheadle Hulme
Indian££££
5.5/6128
Shabab

Shabab

City Centre
Indian££££
5.0/699
Westbourne Spice

Westbourne Spice

Otley
Indian££££
5.5/696
  1. 1.

    The Indian restaurants in Lancaster have plenty to offer

    The city has a busy and diverse population, with tourists, retail fans, students and workers enjoying the atmosphere and energy of the picturesque streets. This mix is reflected in the local gastronomy scene which enjoys plenty of eateries serving global cuisines. The Indian restaurants in Lancaster range from friendly and low-key lunchtime buffets serving the classic 'rice and three', to traditional curry houses serving up regional specialities and modern interpretations of Indian and Bangladeshi classics. The chefs are highly skilled, the restaurants are stylish and the welcome is warm. You'll love the experience of dining at Lancaster's Indian restaurants.
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    Try fresh flavours at Lancaster's Indian restaurants

    When you dine at the Indian restaurants in Lancaster, you'll find everything from exciting street food through to Asian-style tapas and daily fish specials. Try extra-hot Chettinad dishes from Tamil Nadu or mouth-watering vegetarian food from the Udupi region. South Indian food includes delicious coconut-based fish dishes and the famous masala dosa, which is a thin and crispy pancake packed with spicy onion and potato. Goan food is heavily influenced by Portuguese cuisine, and the region's fish curries are sensational. Goa is also famous for its rich puddings and desserts, which you may find on the menu of the more authentic Indian restaurants in Lancaster. Last but not least, if you're dining with a group, look for a venue that serves Gujarati thali which is several small tasting dishes on a large round sharing platter. This style of eating is perfect for a sociable feast and will introduce plenty of new flavours to your palate.
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    Book ahead for Lancaster's busy Indian restaurants

    The Sultan of Lancaster in the city centre does a fantastic mix of small dishes and traditional favourites with the king prawn kebabs being a particular favourite. Look out for unusual drinks on the menu too, such as the delicious rose shake! The Bombay Balti is another of Lancaster's Indian restaurants that is always popular and has a superb array of chef's specials, including the vegetarian deresh, which is a hearty dish of okra and vegetables flavoured with coriander and fenugreek. Remember to book in advance and enjoy the perfect meal out!