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Indian Restaurants in Newcastle

 Discover the finest Indian restaurants in Newcastle upon Tyne

Newcastle upon Tyne is a lively university city located in northeast England right on the River Tyne. Once a huge shipbuilding and industrial hub, today it has reinvented itself into a thriving centre of arts, business and the sciences. With Gateshead located right beside it, the symbol of the two great cities is the impressive Millennium Bridge complete with its distinctive tilting aperture. You'll find a real wealth of visitor attractions, culture and entertainment along with a large and well-developed retail centre. Visitors are always pleased to discover a sophisticated dining scene too, with Newcastle's excellent Indian restaurants doing a roaring trade alongside the city's famous nightlife spots, cafes and bars.

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Jashn

Jashn

Sandyford
Indian££££
5.8/627
Jashn
New New Bengal

New New Bengal

Gosforth
Indian££££
5.0/631
New New Bengal
Shahe

Shahe

Gosforth
Indian££££
6.0/68
Shahe
The Valley Junction 397

The Valley Junction 397

Jesmond
Indian££££
5.7/63
The Valley Junction 397

Komal Restaurant

Jesmond
Indian££££
6.0/61
Komal Restaurant
Latif Restaurant

Latif Restaurant

City Center
Indian££££
4.5/610
Latif Restaurant
Dadyal Restaurant

Dadyal Restaurant

Quayside
Indian££££
2.7/63
Dadyal Restaurant
Ury Restaurant

Ury Restaurant

Quayside
Indian££££
Ury Restaurant
The Bindi

The Bindi

Denton Burn
Indian££££
The Bindi
Chillies Indian

Chillies Indian

Heaton
Indian££££
6.0/63
Chillies Indian
Shiraz Indian Cuisine

Shiraz Indian Cuisine

Grainger Town
Indian££££
4.4/623
Shiraz Indian Cuisine
Taj Palace - Newcastle

Taj Palace - Newcastle

City Center
Indian££££
4.7/611
Taj Palace - Newcastle
Rasika Indian Restaurant

Rasika Indian Restaurant

Quayside
Indian££££
5.3/64
Rasika Indian Restaurant
Rasoi

Rasoi

Grainger Town
Indian££££
Rasoi
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    Newcastle upon Tyne's Indian restaurants have a rich history

    The city has a thriving South Asian community, with large numbers originally coming from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Bengal in the 1950s as British passport holders. They tended to work locally in four main areas of employment: as bus conductors, at bakeries, at British Engines and at the large numbers of curry houses springing up across the city. Demand for Indian food grew in the 1970s onwards until the humble chicken tikka masala eventually became recognised as Britain's national dish. Today, many of the Indian restaurants in Newcastle upon Tyne have been successfully delighting customers for years which is a testament to their quality.
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    The Indian restaurants in Newcastle upon Tyne are great for all occasions

    Spent the morning enjoying the city's superb shops? Then why not join the local office workers for one of the many excellent buffets that are served at lunchtime in the Indian restaurants across Newcastle upon Tyne. You'll find dozens of freshly-prepared, mouth-watering dishes that allow you to taste plenty of new flavours. Looking for a great meal to start a night out on the town? Why not enjoy a set menu at one of the large venues which have booths for groups and sometimes even private function rooms. Some of Newcastle upon Tyne's Indian restaurants also have their own bars, so you don't even need to move on after your meal if you're inclined to chat over a drink or two.
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    Book ahead when Newcastle upon Tyne's Indian restaurants are busy

    There are so many Indian restaurants in Newcastle upon Tyne that you'll be spoilt for choice. Some of the venues which Quandoo diners have particularly enjoyed include the Taj Palace in Bigg Market. It has all the usual classics along with a superb selection of vegetarian and vegan options and the dahi vada (spicy lentil dumplings) are a must-try. Latif Restaurant is another superb fine dining venue that has been open for thirty years and the lamb Ghana with chickpeas is always popular with regular diners. Do book your table in advance however if you're planning to dine at busy periods, as demand does tend to be high.