The Midlands is the undisputed queen bee of curry in Britain. In Cafe Saffron, Wolverhampton’s curry mad hordes are rewarded with a place to indulge their cravings for the spicy food of Indian. On Church Road in Codsall, guests are heading to Cafe Saffron for excellent food in a dining room that demonstrates the staff’s commitment to the finer details. Here guests find great, sensibly priced food every evening of the week.
My partner and I had a lovely meal at Cafe Saffron on Monday 10/08/2015 . The service was excellent and the food was plentiful and cooked well. It did feel a little strange that we were the only people eating, we booked for 18.30 but when we left at 19.50 there was still no one else there. We will definitely be back to taste more of the very varied menu.
We have been to saffron four or five times now and the food is always top class . The staff are very helpful and if you can't manage all of your food make sure you ask for a doggy bag.
The kitchen at Church Road’s Cafe Saffron is the kind of place Wolverhampton’s curry fans dream of: a no-nonsense outfit, dishing out steaming, fragrant bowls of the finest favourites from across Indian. While other restaurants in the area are doggedly trying to make modern Indian happen, modern Indian, like fetch, isn’t going to happen, or at least not yet. Instead, Codsall’s Cafe Saffron is getting the basics right, and treating guests to some of the best classic Indian you’ll find anywhere.
For those in the know, Cafe Saffron is quietly becoming the home of Codsall’s most devoted curry fans. And while there’s no specific dress code (on Wednesday’s we wear vindaloo, perhaps?) this casual eatery is bringing the glamour of Indian food to diners on Church Road in Wolverhampton, where there’s always room to sit with us. Open daily for dinner and with a killer takeaway option for lucky locals, Cafe Saffron offers the best in classic curries and casual glamour for diners from across the Midlands and beyond.