Located on Rose Street, just off of Edinburgh’s busy Princes Street in the New Town, Indian Lounge is the place to go to escape the bustle of the Scottish capital and experience the first class flavours of India instead. One of the city’s oldest Indian restaurants, Indian Lounge has been serving high high quality and authentic Indian cuisine to locals and foodies since 1983. You’ll find a massive range of authentic dishes at this family owned and operated restaurant, as well as special set menus that offer incredible value. Using only the finest Scottish grass-fed lamb, free range poultry, freshly caught seafood and locally-sourced vegetables – as well as plenty of vegan and vegetarian options – you’ll be in good hands at Indian Lounge Edinburgh. So why not book a table today and go see the award-winning restaurant for yourself?
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Quick service and great food. Would definitely recommend and will go here again.
Very friendly and welcoming staff and great food which was served at the right pace. Excellent
Traditional Indian decor creates a warm and cozy atmosphere in this family-run restaurant on Rose Street in Edinburgh’s New Town. Specialising in Punjabi Indian cuisine, this restaurant has been open for over 30 years and this extensive experience shows in the first class food they serve. At Indian Lounge you’ll find an array of authentic dishes that have been given a gourmet update, from all of the classic curries – vindaloos, dhansak, rogan josh and madras – to a range of speciality creations. The head chef at Indian Lounge grinds his own spices and they only cook with olive oil, giving each dish a unique and incredible taste. Perhaps you would like to begin your meal with a starter from the menu which includes an impressive range of vegetarian and gluten-free options such as stir fried paneer, aubergine pakoras and onion bhajis?
For mains, you’ll be hard pressed choosing between the wide selection of special dishes on the menu including keema karahi with minced Scottish lamb slowly cooked with cumin, coriander seeds, garlic and ginger in a cast iron pot for full flavour or chicken nentara of bite-sized chicken pieces cooked with onions in freshly ground masala with kasuri methi and fresh coriander.With a horde of sides, rice and naan breads, you’re in for a feast when you dine at Indian Lounge in the New Town. As one of Edinburgh city centre’s most frequented Indian eateries only a few minute’s walk from Princes Street, it’s recommended you book your table at Indian Lounge in advance.