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Indian Restaurants in Orpington

 Book some space at one of Orpington's excellent Indian restaurants

If you want fantastic South Asian cuisine, south east London hasn't always been the first place for foodies to look, but that's all changing, and Orpington's Indian restaurants are in the vanguard. Whether you're in Petts Wood or Orpington, finding great Indian restaurants has never been simpler. With chefs from Bengal, southern India, and even the Himalayas plying their trade in the area, it's a great time to explore. Just browse the Quandoo listings, find somewhere that excites you, and place a booking.

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Shaon Restaurant

Shaon Restaurant

Chislehurst
Indian££££
5.7/614
Shaon Restaurant

Maharani Indian Restaurant

Sidcup
Indian££££
5.3/618
Maharani Indian Restaurant
iNaga

iNaga

Bromley
Indian££££
5.1/616
iNaga
Indian Essence

Indian Essence

Petts Wood
Indian££££
5.6/619
Indian Essence
Aligor Restaurant

Aligor Restaurant

Bexleyheath
Indian££££
5.1/611
Aligor Restaurant
Mount Everest

Mount Everest

Bromley Town Centre
Indian££££
6.0/61
Mount Everest
Papadam Indian Cuisine

Papadam Indian Cuisine

Sidcup
Indian££££
5.7/63
Papadam Indian Cuisine
The Taj - Orpington

The Taj - Orpington

Orpington
Indian££££
5.4/65
The Taj - Orpington
The Oval Brasserie

The Oval Brasserie

Sidcup
Indian££££
5.3/63
The Oval Brasserie
Flavour of India

Flavour of India

St Pauls Cray
Indian££££
5.3/63
Flavour of India
Cinnamon Culture

Cinnamon Culture

Bromley
Indian££££
5.0/61
Cinnamon Culture
Gurkha Square - Chislehurst

Gurkha Square - Chislehurst

Chislehurst
Indian££££
5.0/63
Gurkha Square - Chislehurst
Spice Garden

Spice Garden

Bromley
Indian££££
Spice Garden
The Grove Indian

The Grove Indian

Grove Park
Indian££££
The Grove Indian
Pink Garlic

Pink Garlic

Bromley
Indian££££
4.9/69
Pink Garlic
Rajdoot Restaurant

Rajdoot Restaurant

Orpington
Indian££££
5.8/64
Rajdoot Restaurant
The Curry Cottage

The Curry Cottage

Beckenham
Indian££££
6.0/61
The Curry Cottage
Agra Indian Cuisine - Beckenham

Agra Indian Cuisine - Beckenham

Beckenham
Indian££££
5.7/63
Agra Indian Cuisine - Beckenham
Citrus Indian Restaurant

Citrus Indian Restaurant

Falconwood
Indian££££
4.7/63
Citrus Indian Restaurant
Rajasthan

Rajasthan

Bexleyheath
Indian££££
4.5/62
Rajasthan
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    Orpington has some gourmet Indian restaurants to match any in London

    When you make a reservation at Orpington's finest Indian restaurants, get ready for an exceptional dining experience. Some of the best South Asian spots in the local area have found a way to fuse the traditional curry house experience with the feel and quality of upscale British brasseries. Take Indian Essence, for example, which has been attracting plaudits from the Michelin guide. There, you'll find tasting menus crammed with creative dishes like tandoori guinea fowl or fennel-scented lamb chops. And, in a move that you won't find at your local curry house, everything is matched with the perfect wine. It's a whole new way to enjoy India's cuisine, and it's right on your doorstep.
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    Relax with friends at Indian restaurants in Orpington

    Other outstanding Indian restaurants in the Orpington area are set up to welcome groups of friends or families. Laidback, spacious, and sporting a wide range of India's lagers and yoghurt based soft drinks, places like Shaon seem to have every base covered. And that includes the food. These Bengali kitchens offer dishes for everyone. You can order up a platter of tapas-style starters like onion bhajis or king prawn puri, or let everyone choose from a menu that's packed with tastes and different curry styles.
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    Discover Persian-style cooking at Orpington's Indian restaurants

    Still, other Indian restaurants in Orpington place their emphasis on Persian-style curries. Often known as pathia curries, these sweet and sour dishes lean heavily on tamarind and lime, which make a seductive combination with chicken, lamb, prawns or vegetables. Meanwhile, anyone who wants a fruitier, fresher main to sink their teeth into will find their dhansaks divine. In any case, they'll be a change of pace from boring baltis (although, to be sure, they do cook a mean balti as well).