10 Restaurants in Ormskirk: Indian

Explore Indian restaurants in Ormskirk, West Lancashire

Just a few kilometres north of Liverpool, southeast of Southport and southwest of Preston you will find a market town by the name of Ormskirk. Nowadays, it is a bustling residential spot where there is plenty to see, eat and do – with Indian restaurants taking centre stage in Ormskirk’s dining scene. From cheap and cheerful curry houses to more high-end Indian restaurants in Ormskirk offering tasting menus and delicacies from the subcontinent, all bases are covered. With Quandoo you can browse all these types of eateries, and then some, before making a decision on what Indian restaurant in Ormskirk to reserve a table for and dine at.

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Passage to India - Ormskirk

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.5/639
Passage to India - Ormskirk

Shamraat

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.3/626
Shamraat

Banglish

Burscough Bridge
Indian££££
6.0/61
Banglish
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Ali's Indian Restaurant

Burscough
Indian££££
5.6/65
Ali's Indian Restaurant

The Elephant @ Scarisbrick

Centre
Indian££££
4.4/65
The Elephant @ Scarisbrick

Bombay Quay

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.5/6897
Bombay Quay

Eastzeast - Liverpool

The Baltic Triangle
Indian££££
4.9/6282
Eastzeast - Liverpool

The Great Kathmandu Tandoori

Chorlton-cum-Hardy
Indian££££
5.2/6181
The Great Kathmandu Tandoori

Shajan

Clayton-le-Dale
Indian££££
5.5/6174
Shajan

Copper Lounge

Hazel Grove
Indian££££
5.4/6210
Copper Lounge
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    Ormskirk was originally a historic market town

    The name comes from the North Germanic language, Old Norse, and it roughly translates to ‘dragon church’, but it is thought that ‘Orm’ (meaning serpent) was in fact the name of a viking settler. During the 18th and 19th centuries, Ormskirk had weekly markets which were functional and social trading points. Nowadays these markets still operate, with some of the ancient architecture, stonework, fountains and clock towers still flanking the market space. Ormskirk is famous for its gingerbread, with several bakeries claiming to have the original recipe from centuries ago. Whether that’s true or not, keep an eye out for inventive desserts on the menus at Indian restaurants in Ormskirk that incorporate this trademark dish.
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    Where to begin when it comes to Ormskirk’s Indian restaurants

    Depending what you’re in the mood for, there will certainly be an Indian restaurant in Ormskirk that will fit the bill. One of our favourites includes Shamraat on Moor Road where you can get an incredible monkfish and seafood jalfrezi cooked with green chillies, onion, peppers and tomatoes, served with basmati rice. Another top Ormskirk restaurant for an excellent Indian feed simply has to be Passage To India which has been in the business for over 25 years. You can expect to tuck into dishes such as cod fish tikka, king prawn shashlik, chicken pasanda nawabi, lamb jaipuri and king prawn makhani.
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    Booking an Indian restaurant in Ormskirk is easy with Quandoo

    So you’ve settled on the fact that you want to eat at one of Ormskirk’s many Indian restaurants, but you don’t know what to do next. And that, my friend, is where Quandoo comes in. With our intuitive filters you can browse through a list of Indian restaurants in Ormskirk divided by price, location and cuisine. If you’re strapped for cash you can browse a list of inexpensive eateries, or if it’s a special occasion and you’re looking to impress you can find more upmarket spots for a three course meal with wine. No matter what you’re looking for when it comes to Indian restaurants in Ormskirk, Quandoo can help so jump right in and get eating!