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Indian Restaurants in Oldham

 Discover fresh flavours at the Indian restaurants in Oldham

Oldham sits neatly between Manchester and the rolling countryside of Yorkshire, and the town has plenty to offer with over thirty parks and attractive green spaces. It also has a distinct culture of its own, despite being just seven miles away from Manchester city centre and regularly hosts traditional cultural events such as the Whit Friday Brass Band competitions. Families enjoy the historic canals, local museums and ancient Roman forts. There is a great theatre (the Coliseum) and plenty of excellent shops, cafes, bars and pubs along with some fine Indian restaurants in Oldham, and beyond.

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Bangla City at Viceroy Indian - Hyde
4.2/615
Cafe Lahore

Cafe Lahore

Oldham
Indian££££
6.0/65
Blue ocean

Blue ocean

City Centre
Indian££££
6.0/62
Coco's

Coco's

Rochdale
Indian££££
5.3/63
Zing & Zest

Zing & Zest

Ashton-under-Lyne
Indian££££
5.4/65
Umeeds

Umeeds

Tameside
Indian££££
The Pavillion Restaurant

The Pavillion Restaurant

Rochdale
Indian££££
Millon Indian Restaurant

Millon Indian Restaurant

Westwood
Indian££££
6.0/61
Dilshad Tandoori

Dilshad Tandoori

Moston
Indian££££
6.0/61
Bukhara Manchester

Bukhara Manchester

Cheetham Hill
Indian££££
Westwood East

Westwood East

Westwood
Indian££££
5.9/615
Indian Ocean - Oldham

Indian Ocean - Oldham

Tameside
Indian££££
6.0/63
Blue Spice

Blue Spice

Ashton-under-Lyne
Indian££££
6.0/62
The Cottage Tandoori

The Cottage Tandoori

Walkden
Indian££££
6.0/61
The New Sagor

The New Sagor

Lees
Indian££££
5.5/62
Eastern Restaurant

Eastern Restaurant

Rochdale
Indian££££
5.0/62
Zamanz

Zamanz

Westwood
Indian££££
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    Oldham's Indian restaurants have a rich legacy

    Around 10% of Oldham's population is from India, Pakistan or Bangladesh and many locals had grandparents who arrived in the UK after the war to work in the cotton mills as skilled textile workers. Later on in the 1970s, the cotton business began to decline but demand for Indian food began to grow. Caterers and restaurant workers from South Asia joined their families in the UK and began to open up new Indian restaurants in Oldham and across Manchester. Today, some of these original eateries
  2. 2.

    What dishes will you enjoy when you visit Oldham's best Indian restaurants?

    The much-anglicised chicken tikka masala may be Britain's national dish, but there is so much more to Indian food than that. Look out for exciting fish dishes such as ilish machher jhol (Hilsa fish curry), an oily fish dish made with peppers, chilli and turmeric from Bengal. Vegetarian food also features highly, with butter paneer (Indian cheese), saag aloo (spinach curry) and malai kofta (vege-balls in a thick spiced sauce) all worth experiencing. Some Indian restaurants in Oldham also include more unusual dishes cooked with fruit such as creamy coconut Keralan curry and kela ki subji (banana curry). Other typical ingredients include tomato, mango, peppers, chilli, mushrooms and spices.
  3. 3.

    Enjoy a great night at the Indian restaurants in Oldham

    The Bangla City at Viceroy Indian is one of Oldham's Indian restaurants that must be experienced. Alongside traditional tandoori dishes, they serve regional specialities from areas such as Chittagong, Dhaka and Sylhet – all of which have their own distinct cooking styles, ingredients and recipes. You'll really get to broaden your gastronomic experience and enjoy a sensational meal in the process. Cafe Lahore is also a great choice, with extremely knowledgeable serving staff on hand to recommend dishes from the extensive menu. It's also known for having one of the best buffets on offer across Oldham's Indian restaurants! Just ensure you book a table, though, as demand is usually high.