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There are superb curry houses to be found up and down the length and breadth of the United Kingdom. Colchester is not one to miss out, of course, and their premier providers of pakoras, pasandas and Peshwari naans is Ashiana Tandoori on Magdalen Street in the town centre. Perfectly located right by the train station, the restaurant offers a menu of authentic Indian favourites you won’t be able to resist. Book a table today and head on over to Ashiana Tandoori for one of the best curries in Colchester.
Best Indian food in the town. Will definitely be back. Excellent taste, great service and complimentary drink at the end of the meal. Prices are reasonable, overall 10/10z.
Always a perfect dining experience with both excellent service and quality of food. We were a party of 6 and everything was perfect for all
Lovely food. Very fresh ingredients. Only qualms suppose was king prawns were a bit overcooked but otherwise good meal, great atmosphere and well worth a visit midweek for the special meal.
Every town and district needs a decent curry house and for Colchester residents, Ashiana Tandoori is that one venue on Magdalen Street that does the job. Situated in the town centre just steps away from the train station, this Indian restaurant offers an impressive menu of starters, mains and desserts in a modern dining space that affords privacy to guests who value discretion.
Start off your meal at Ashiana Tandoori with a series of tandoori picks – seekh kebabs, paneer shashlik and full mixed grills – or choose from a wide variety of classic curries that run the gamut from mild kormas to medium bhunas and rogan joshs, to fiery vindaloo right up to the frankly suicidal phall. Having ingested all that spice, how about something sweet to take that burning sensation down a few notches? Made from whole milk, cream, nuts and fruits, Ashiana Tandoori’s traditional Indian kulfis are the answer. For a fuss-free dining spot in Colchester with flavourful dishes that pack a punch, you’ll want to come on down to Ashiana Tandoori. Before you do that, however, we highly recommend that you reserve a table.