Set among the lush surrounds of Draycott between Blythe Bridge and Uttoxeter, Chandni Cottage offers a great chance to escape the humdrum of daily city life (it’s only a 10-minute drive from Stoke, after all). Better still, the escape is not just away from the daily routine but one to the cuisine of northwest India, a culinary canon in which the chefs at Chandni Cottage are experts. You can’t miss it if you’re heading towards Draycott from Blythe Bridge – just off the A50 on Uttoxeter Road – and Chandni Cottage is definitely worth a visit for passing lovers of South Asian food. There are loads of well-known Indian classics, lesser known specialties, Pakistani-inspired dishes and a lot more here so it suits a group outing – you can even just go straight for the vegetarian or non-vegetarian set meal to get a taste of it all.
The place was lovely and clean the staff were fantastic they could not help enough. We went for mum 80th birthday and they made her feel special. The food was great so tasty and they listened to all the dietary needs of my brother in law and he could not praise the food enough thank you . One only down full it was a cold night and the room was cool could have done turning the heating up sooner .
For 13 years a consistent friendly helpful staff. More like family you will not recieve a better welcome anywhere else. Food as delicious as always. The chabdni even ensured that we got home safely by dropping us off themselves. Thankyou for a great night. Jen & co.
Brilliant service delicious food. Despite living so far away, we have intentions of returning because we enjoyed it so much. I’ve never seen such a big naan bread!