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With several restaurants scattered around the area, the people behind Indian Cottage are well versed when it comes to serving up delicious Indian cuisine to the people of Stirling and the first to introduce traditional Punjabi cuisine to the city. Located on Dumbarton Road in the city centre, Indian Cottage draws in the curry loving masses every day of the week, for both lunch and dinner. To guarantee a table, making a reservation in advance is recommended.
My last experience of the Indian Cottage was a carry out which was pretty dire so I am pleased to report that on this occasion I was not disappointed. I had a very nice Chicken Jaipuri accompanied by an Aloo Gobi. The service was friendly and attentive. It has been a long time since I have had a brilliant curry but we live in hope for the next time
Great food service was a bit slow to clear the table when finished got up to pay we didn't have sweets and were asked if we were not happy with the food .food great service a bit slow but they were very busy. Yes very good
Very nice meal, good atmosphere and great service! Very happy to recommend it to any one. Prices are what you would expect, worked out at £35 per person for two courses and a couple of glasses of wine each.
Dishing up some of the most authentic Indian cuisine you will find in Stirling, Indian Cottage is a favourite among even the most discerning of spice seeking diners. With its convenient city centre location on Dumbarton Road and its contemporary decor, whether it's for a big group dinner or an intimate date, Indian Cottage provides the perfect setting. Whet your appetite by going for the mixed grill platter (chicken tikka, jeera chicken tikka, seekh kebab, and channa chaat) before moving on to your main.
From creamy kormas to hot and spicy madras, there’s something to suit all tastes on the extensive menu. We recommend going for one of Indian Cottage’s specialities like the daroo brandy, with mushrooms, green peppers and onions on a served on a sizzling platter and flambéed with a fine cognac, the garlic massala or the chilli bhuna. One of Stirling most popular Indian restaurants, Indian Cottage can get busy, so book a table beforehand to avoid disappointment!