There can be few places as filled with superb Indian restaurants as Leicestershire, and even the smallest village tends to have a curry house that is way above average. On the outskirts of the university town of Loughborough, in the village of Quorn, they are proud of their local pakora provider, the Amirul Tandoori. They’ve been in business since 1996 and over the course of the two decades that they have been open, they’ve built up a loyal cadre of curry connoisseurs who return time and again to enjoy their combination of family favourites, tandoori specialities and house signatures. Some of those Amirul classics include Kashmiri lamb with lychees and a spot of mango chutney, Sylheti supreme, with the Bengali citrus fruit shatkora and chicken naga, with the iconic naga chilli. Book a table and take a trip into Quorn for an Indian restaurant that has stood the test of time in Leicestershire.
Good service and quality food with decent sized portions all reasonably priced, easy to book a table online, did not have to wait too long to be served even though the restaurant was full.
Had a lovely meal, there were four in our party, we all chose different meals and everyone was happy with the food. The staff were very friendly and wll definitely be going again.
Excellent food, lovely atmosphere, it was so good that we went back the following evening with 7 of our friends. Made our stay in Quorn into a very pleasurable experience. Highly recommended.