Fans of sophisticated Indian dining have hit gold at Oxford’s 4500 Miles from Delhi, an Indian restaurant that prides itself not only on its cuisine, but also it’s classy ambience, its fantastic service and its reasonable prices. You won’t find any pre-mixed sauces or dressings at this Indian restaurant – only the very best, natural ingredients are used in this lovely kitchen. 4500 Miles from Delhi is located on Park End Street, right in the heart of Oxford’s city centre.
For an Indian dining experience that’s second to none in Oxford, 4500 Miles from Delhi sets the stage for casual-chic dining in the city centre. Only steps from Oxford station, Ashmolean Museum, New Theatre and the university, this superlative Indian restaurant on Park End Street is has an environment that’s just as buzzing as the city outside, with friendly servers, plenty of diners and a lively bar. With its mood lighting and sleek furnishings, 4500 Miles from Delhi is perfect of a first date or a special evening out.
The Oxford restaurant’s dining area may be upscale, but the dishes on offer at 4500 Miles from Delhi are down-to-earth, unpretentious and absolutely delicious, all crafted using premium ingredients and seasonal produce. For an appetiser, try the unique avocado delhi chaat, a mixed salad tossed with fresh avocado, chicken tikka and a delicious tangy dressing. Mains like the Adraki lamb chop Punjabi sizzlers are succulent and filling, and vegetarian delights such as the chilli paneer masala and the tarka daal offer a healthy and equally satisfying alternative. 4500 Miles from Delhi stays busy, so book ahead to snag the perfect table!
We booked a table in advance which is recommended for a Saturday night. The staff are very attentive and there is an excellent menu. Well worth a visit.
Top indian. Best one ever been to, keep going back. Try the king prawn sizzler it is amazing. The chilli cod as a starter is exceptional. Looking forward to our next visit.
Good service beautiful food will go back as soon as I can. This is a very well run restaurant can’t fault it in any way