Aangan Indian Restaurant in Cupar will change the way you look at Indian food. A few minutes from Cupar train station, across the bridge and towards the town centre, you’ll find this gem on Crossgate. Aangan Indian Restaurant is a shining example of India’s rich culinary history in both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes and, with a keen focus on authentic spices you’ll find that every mouthful is full of flavour. All dishes are cooked according to your spice preference so you can decide if you want to be adventurous with the heat levels or if you’re having a milder day. Added to that, it has Cobra beer on tap, so why wouldn’t you book a table?
Did you know that curried haggis is a thing? Aangan does, and its haggis pakora may just change your life. In northern Fife, in the Cupar town centre, you’ll find Aangan Indian Restaurant on Crossgate, just across the bridge from the train station in the heart of the town centre. Loved by locals for its consistently excellent food and helpful, friendly staff, it’s so much more than just a curry house. Decorated to represent both the Indraprastha and Hastinapur regions and showcasing four distinct Indian culinary styles – Bania, Kayastha, Muslim and Mughlai – Aangan does everything it can to ensure a memorable and enjoyable dining experience.
Freshly ground spices are the cornerstone of all the dishes at Aangan Indian Restaurant and you’ll find the food spicy, but not necessarily hot. Believing that chilli heat should be dictated by the customer not the chef you’ll find all your favourite Indian dishes at a heat level that suits you. But it’s not all curried haggis here. You can also enjoy local favourites like rara gosht, grilled tandoori salmon and butter chicken. It’s safe to say that the Cupar town centre wouldn’t be the same without Aangan Indian Restaurant. So book now and find out what all the fuss is about.