Perfectly blended spices, warm and friendly service and curries that legitimately melt in your mouth – if that sounds like something that makes you go weak at the knees, then pay Ganges Indian restaurant a visit post haste. This Exeter restaurant has an extensive menu showcasing several culinary styles from various regions throughout India, and along with serving up all your favourite classics, the talented team at Ganges have dishes that are distinctly their own, making this Fore Street spot a cut above the rest. You’ll find Ganges in the city centre, just remember to book ahead of time to avoid disappointment.
I had a wonderful experience along with seven other people who enjoyed the atmosphere and the great choice of food from the menu. We received a great service but must also thank those behind the scene being the chefs who cooked our meals. It's been a long time since I was last there. Love the decor and table settings. Thank you guys for a wonderful time and hope to see you soon.
The restaurant was very clean and I really liked the Decor. Food was cooked well and I tried a mango lassi (drink) for the first time which was really nice!
Consistently the best Indian restaurant in Exeter. Subtle spicing results in delicious food with the emphasis on flavour rather than heat. The smart, contemporary interior adds to the experience, as does the excellent service.
The meal we had at the "Ganges ", Was fantastic, we couldn't fault it. The restaurant was quiet, but the service was also 10/10!!!! Would highly recommend
The food was delicious. The service was lovely for the most part. There was a very large group seated at the same time that slowed things down a bit, but we were generally happy with the service. One of our party was gluten free and while this didn't pose a problem, there was a slight mixup with one of the orders. The staff were very apologetic and tried to make it up. We will come back!
Food was disappointing, not authentic as described. Sauces thick and stodgy. The place itself was clean, and well presented but was spoiled by rowdy diners. Wouldn't go again.