The people of Crewe are lucky to have Papaya in their midst. A leader in the city’s South Asian dining scene, Papaya is proud to share their authentic dishes with locals of all ages. It’s not just Indian cuisine being served at this great town centre establishment – Papaya on Nantwich Road also offers fusion dishes including Middle Eastern delights and some continental specialities including options like fish fingers and omelettes.
Papaya stands out among other Indian restaurants in Crewe, namely because of its numerous fusion dishes and continental options. The restaurant is lovely on the inside, and reaches the perfect balance between casual and upscale, making it perfect for just about any occasion. Found on Nantwich Road in between Wood Street and Edward Street, Papaya is conveniently located in the town centre for when your curry cravings strike.
Crewe’s Papaya offers a huge range of excellent South Asian delights, from tandoori specialities like lamb haddhi (barbecued and spiced lamb chops) to seafood dishes such as chingri ar sag tawn (prawns cooked with a gravy sauce including garlic, spinach and garam masala) or seabass bazaar. There are house specialities aplenty, including pilli pilli chicken, murghi shatkora, and our favourite, the chicken badami, which features an incredibly rich sauce made with cashewnut powder and peanut butter. Papaya’s non-Indian dishes are also great – go for the sirloin steak, breadcrumbed chicken or scampi for something a little different. Book ahead to experience Papaya’s authentic Indian dishes, right in the heart of the town center.