About Haris Indian
Haris Indian is a must-visit restaurant in Falkirk for folks who are crazy for curry. And who isn’t? The curries at this town centre restaurant are the top of the line, made with fresh seasonal vegetables, traditional Indian ingredients and an array of delicious spices and herbs. The setting at Haris Indian is classically beautiful, complete with beautiful crown moulding, large windows and stunning chandeliers in their spacious dining space. Signature dishes here include the restaurant’s famous butter chicken, pepper masala lamb, Kerala-style fish curry and their vegetarian saag aloo. Already hungry? Book now to enjoy the mouthwatering South Asian food at Haris Indian on Grahams Road.
- Monday 17:00 - 22:00
- Tuesday 17:00 - 22:00
- Wednesday 17:00 - 22:00
- Thursday 17:00 - 22:00
- Friday 17:00 - 23:00
- Saturday 17:00 - 23:00
- Sunday 17:00 - 22:00
Have been to Haris many times. Food is always good. Lovely spices and presented well. Staff are always polite and helpful. We have always met such interesting people from India there having meals and had good conversations with them.
From being welcomed to leaving we were treated really well. The food was exceptional. Really tasty and well presented. Highly recommend and we will definitely be back
Fantastic Indian restaurant! Great choice of vegan dishes. Staff always kind and very helpful! Convenient to the town centre, with a car park. Best Indian restaurant in Falkirk!
Meal was super and service was excellent. The only issue was that it was upstairs, although we have no issues there maybe problems for some people
The food was excellent but felt the service, whilst good, felt a bit hurried. There was not too much of a gap between courses, it all felt a bit hurried. They could also do with turning the heating down a wee bit, especially in the smaller dining area. Overall though, good value for money and no issues at all with the quality or quantity of the food.
This is a nice local restaurant. It's entrance is upstairs so not too easy for those with walking difficulties. It's quite small. It only takes 12 visitors in the bar area so it's best to book. The food is good and served by friendly staff. We had veg pakora then 2 mains with rice and nan. Can't complain and will go back
Didn't know what to expect. Found it a charming little restaurant where we were treated beautifully, and had wonderful food. You need to know where it is as passing trade would not notice. Quality of food and means that word of mouth will do the work of attracting clients.