Taking Indian cuisine in Edinburgh to unforeseen new heights, Himalaya Restaurant has been serving up delicious and authentic Indian and Nepalese dishes to the people of Edinburgh for 30 years, a testament to its popularity. Located between Bruntsfield and Morningside, Himalaya Restaurant provides a cosy setting to dine in, with laidback decor and traditional touches. Tuck into some tandoori chicken, prawn puri or vegetable samosas before moving on to a curry. No matter if you’re a lover or meat, seafood or are vegetarian, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Our favourite is the ginger lamb (tender lamb barbecued in the clay oven and cooked with medium spices, fresh coriander and fresh ginger). You’ll find Himalayan Restaurant located on Bruntsfield Place – book a table and head on over.
Friendly helpful waiter helped us navigate the menu. Lovely authentic surroundings and crockery! Delicious good quality food, served with a smile ! Manager was on had and extremely chatty and helpful. Meal rounded off with an Irish coffee. Perfect!
Excellent food and friendly service. Reasonable price. Choices of meals are good and varied. The restaurant is clean. After 6pm free parking nearby is available.
The food here is always excellent, and with pleasant service. Naan bread is HUGE! - would serve three or four people. Culcutta Prawn Palak particularly recommended.
The food was fabulous, could not fault it, I would recommend the Himalaya, and will definitely be back. Great atmosphere too, and the staff friendly.
We went on a Sunday evening and it was quite quiet. Service was efficient and friendly but not pushy. Lovely prawn curry, good chapati and poppadoms. Cauliflower side dish was a bit bland. Overall good value and tasty.
As good as it always was! Been a long time since last visit so good to know it still does not let you down. Good to be back in the area.
A really nice regular curry with very friendly service. Always reliable. The ginger lamb is especially good and the plain Nan is awesome. We’ll be back.
Had a lovely meal last night with friends. They also enjoyed their meal. Will definitely go back to that restaurant hopefully in the near future
Great Nan Bread and Pakora. I went for an uninspired choice of Chicken Tika Massalam for main course and got a deserved bland dish. Friendly staff and good atmosphere.