As Macclesfield's longest established Indian restaurant, Balti Kitchen has become a fixture in the town centre since it opened back in 1995. For years this authentic curry house has kept Cheshire locals coming back for more of their delicious Indian offerings, and the menu boasts an extensive selection of the traditional time-tested favourites. You’ll find Balti Kitchen on Park Green – to guarantee a table be sure to book in advance.
Very busy when we arrived. Although I booked fro 7.30pm did not get to the table until well past 8pm. Food was very good and waiters attentive once we got to the table. Should have picked another night as we were seated next to a very noisy table who had obviously been celebrating England's win over Wales. I have had take away from this restaurant before so knew the food was very good but might not eat in there again.
Excellent , friendly service. Lovely food and very reasonably priced. The table was ready on arrival. Busy but didn't affect the service. Definitely recommend - dress up or down it doesn't matter.
The visit was superb and food was excellent. We are very well traveled and this restaurant is great in every way whether it be from meet and greet, table wait or choice on the menu it really is a must if you are in Macclesfield and Indian cuisine is your desire.
To start things off over at this Cheshire hotspot, we recommend going for the banquet starter, a selection of chicken chaat, seekh kebab, chicken tikka, chicken pakora, meat samosa, vegetable samosa and onion pakora to share. No matter if you’re looking to turn the heat up with a fiery curry or are craving a creamy korma, there is a dish to suit all tastes, from spicy jalfrezis to sweet and sour dansak at Balti Kitchen on Macclesfield’s Park Green in the town centre.
Some of Balti Kitchen’s signature dishes include the nawabi murgh (a medium-strength blend of marinated chicken and keema with onions, tomatoes, and spices garnished with boiled egg) and the exotic shashlik massala, a take on the classic dish with chicken or lamb, onions, tomatoes and peppers cooked in the tandoori oven, smothered in a tangy masala sauce and served on a sizzling wok. With its extensive menu of high quality Indian cuisine, it’s no wonder that the people of Macclesfield can’t get enough of Balti Kitchen. Book a table at this popular Indian restaurant in the town centre and find out why for yourself!