10 Restaurants in Northampton: Indian

Feast on spicy classics at Indian restaurants in Northampton

While Northampton is officially a town in the English Midlands, it is a city in all but name. And just like any major city in the UK, Northampton has incredible Indian restaurants. Whether you’re new to the cuisine and want to try something mild like a korma or you’re a curry aficionado in need of something hot, this thriving town is blessed with dozens of eateries. This area of England is home to a relatively large Indian population, so you’ll find genuine food made from age-old recipes. From Chapel Brompton in the north to Hardingstone in the south, Northampton has Indian restaurants to tickle even the most discerning of tastebuds.

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Imperial Raj

Abington
Indian££££
5.8/65
Imperial Raj

Bombay Palace - Northampton

Kingsthorpe
Indian££££
5.3/64
Bombay Palace - Northampton

Saffron

City Centre
Indian££££
4.6/65
Saffron
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Shajahan - Northampton

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.4/639
Shajahan - Northampton

Paprika - Northampton

Abington
Indian££££
5.5/62
Paprika - Northampton

Lasaan

White Hills
Indian££££
4.0/63
Lasaan

Rahuls

Town Centre
Indian££££
Rahuls

Flavourz World Buffet

Bearwood
International££££
5.0/61440
Flavourz World Buffet

Mala Indian Restaurant

St Katherines Dock
Indian££££
4.7/6323
Mala Indian Restaurant

Everest Abercorn

Stanmore
Indian££££
4.5/6206
Everest Abercorn
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    Continue your gastronomic education at Northampton’s Indian restaurants

    If you want to move from your curry comfort zone, there are plenty of options in this part of the UK. Many of the Indian restaurants in Northampton are run by several generations of the same Indian family. As a result, the fare is authentic — and just how they eat it back home. Take Lazeez on Barrack Road, for example. This modern, forward-thinking eatery offers all of the usual classics, as well as the lesser-known dish mirchi murghi lasaani, which is a combination of chicken tikka, fresh garlic and chillies. Another one of Northampton’s more adventurous Indian restaurants is Indian Brasserie on Weedon Road, which offers a lighter lunch menu for people in a hurry — as well as a selection of Indian flavours served in unique ways. Take the next step in your gastronomic education by checking out the many wonderful Indian restaurants in Northampton.
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    Get the party started at Indian restaurants in Northampton

    There’s are ideal Indian restaurants in Northampton for just about every type of celebration. Head to Rahuls on Bridge Street if you’re planning a lively party with friends, as there are large tables, group discounts and the opportunity to cordon off areas for private functions. For something a little more intimate, reserve a table at Mem-Saab on Wellingborough Road, where you’ll find lots of secluded corners — perfect for private, candlelit dinners with that special someone in your life. And if it’s a family gathering you’re planning, head to Balti Central on Mare Fair, which is geared towards diners of all ages. Whatever you’re celebrating, there are restaurants all over Northampton waiting to take your order.
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    Indian restaurants in Northampton are in high demand

    Don’t miss out on the Indian restaurants in Northampton that take your fancy. Demand is high right now, and tables at the most popular eateries in the town are snapped up pretty quickly. Use the Quandoo app to compare restaurants, read menus and check out customer reviews. Once you’ve found the perfect venue, reserve a table in seconds.