Oxford is the original 'city of dreaming spires' and known globally for its twelfth-century university and 38 colleges. The city is full of cobbled streets, fascinating history and also great culture and entertainment, with a lively retail and dining scene. If you're keen to enjoy a meal to remember in this tourist-friendly destination, then why not seek out one of the excellent Indian restaurants in Oxford city centre. You'll find something for everyone, with student-friendly buffets offering hearty portion sizes for the lunchtime crowds, and high-end fine dining restaurants serving up award-winning Indian cuisine to discerning gastronomes who want to splash out on the finest food and wines.
The wonderfully-named 4500 Miles from Delhi is just one of the Indian restaurants in Oxford city centrewhich is perennially popular with the locals and tourists alike. It's a highly sophisticated venue which prides itself on the finest ingredients, freshly-made dishes and a luxurious ambience - but without the high-end price tag. The Punjabi butter chicken is just one of the many house specials and delectable with a huge puffy Peshwari naan, packed with almonds, raisins and coconut cooked in butter. Qumins is another great city centre Indian restaurant in Oxford, and it prides itself on serving award-winning Indian fine-dining with an innovative, fusion approach to cuisine. Try delicacies such as Bhindi Ghost lamb chops and okra, cooked in lemon and spices fresh from the kitchen. Guarantee your meal to remember by booking a table in advance, however, as you'll find these venues do tend to be popular.