Cafe Diwali Salisbury is where to head for Indian street food and some mighty fine craft beers. We don’t know about you, but we’re pushed to think of a better combination than that. There’s a passionate and talented team behind the wheel at Cafe Diwali, meaning you can be sure your food will be prepared and served in beautiful fashion. Being an Indian street food restaurant, the menu here is a bit different – in the very best kind of way – from what it’s likely you’re used to. You’ll find Cafe Diwali Salisbury on Crane Street, just down from Queen Elizabeth Gardens and not too far at all from Salisbury train station. Reserve your table now.
Cafe Diwali is open for lunch, dinner and even Sunday brunch – no time is a bad time for Indian street food, after all. On Crane Street, it’s only a small and rather simple restaurant but the warmth of the service and the quality of the food means it really doesn’t have to be anything else. It’s just one of those places where the vibe is right and you can tell the food has been thought about, from the sourcing of ingredients right through to the way each dish is presented. All good stuff, folks, and why we just can’t get enough of Cafe Diwali Salisbury.
Whether the kids’ menu, the lunch menu, the dinner or the Sunday brunch menu, there’ll be options at Cafe Diwali Salisbury that you haven’t tried before. That’s not to say you’ll be overwhelmed with choice, indeed the menu at Cafe Diwali is quite the opposite and it goes for quality rather than quantity. But the Indian street food available here differs from what you’re likely used to at most UK Indian restaurants. Which we think is great. Hence, from the Cafe Diwali dinner menu we’d recommend the Goan whole sea bass, the tamatar lamb and the Malwani chicken curry. All are superb so get involved as soon as possible.
What an amazing experience! The food was outstanding, the best Indian food I have ever tasted. We were a group of 5 and are in total agreement. Cannot wait to return.
Excellent food. This is one the best Indian restaurants I have visited. The food is unusual and well above the norm for most Indian restaurants.
Fantastic service and the best Indian food I’ve had in the UK. However, the booking said the earliest table was 1.15 and we were walking past at 12.45 only to see it empty. Weird. But everything worked well despite that. Can’t recommend the restaurant highly enough. Have the Thali. Absolutely brilliant.