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The curry house is the go-to dining choice for most people in the North West of England, and in West Derby on the outskirts of Liverpool, the local outpost is Asiana Indian Cuisine on Mill Lane. Their chef has 18 years of experience in the Indian restaurant trade, and their menu is packed with the favourites that the curry cognoscenti know and love, so you can be sure of a great meal out when you head to West Derby.
Please note party bookings will require a deposit.
This was a lovely meal, the staff are friendly and we got complementary fruit at the end. There's always more than enough and the atmosphere is nice.
Fantastic food as usual and lovely atmospher. The staff are really friendly helpful and efficient. This restauarant is our favourite place to enjoy excellent food at reasonable prices.
Lovely & welcoming staff, beautiful food. At very reasonable prices. Beers & wine selection is good. Despite the restaurant being very busy, service was very timely.
West Derby, on the outskirts of Liverpool, is a long, long way from the subcontinent, but at Asiana Indian Cuisine on Mill Lane, you can get yourself an authentic taste of Indian and Bangladeshi food. Their chef has been in the business for nearly 20 years, knowing his way around his spices he can tailor the levels of spice and heat exactly to your specifications and preferences.
It will come as no surprise to learn that the curries at Asiana are the stars of the show, so let us talk you through what you can expect when you head out to Mill Lane in West Derby. The spice lovers of Liverpool will gravitate towards the samber and naga options, whereas those wishing for something less fiery are well catered for by the fruity kasmir and passanda curries. We recommend going for a house special – a dish less commonly seen in standard Indian or Bangladeshi restaurants – such as the Mughal, a nut and almond curry, served with a dash of that curry house favourite, Bailey’s. There are plenty of surprises on the menu at Asiana: and you can protect yourself from the unwelcome surprise of having to wait by booking in advance.