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One of Blackpool’s most acclaimed Indian restaurants, Indian Orchard on Devonshire Road has been providing curries, pakoras, samosas and other Indian favourites to the city’s spice loving crowd for years. Packed full of flavour and cooked using authentic Indian ingredients, Indian Orchard’s recipes are then beautifully presented and then served up in the elegant restaurant. With stylish decor and an open kitchen, Indian Orchard is the perfect place for a special occasion in Blackpool’s North Shore.
HAD A GREAT TIME, FOOD WAS TERRIFIC, ATMOSPHERE JUST RIGHT, SERVICE EXCELLENT. OVERALL A TOP NIGHT. COULD NOT FAULT THE EXPERIENCE IN ANY WAY AT ALL.
Fantastic food & Staff , this was our first visit and we will be going back, the attention to detail was wonderful, thank you, loved every thing about it , this will be our local from now on what a little GEM x
Excellent menu and food. There was a good ambience Would highly recommend the restaurant. Be warned though, one naan bread was enough for four ladies!
Bringing a touch of fine Indian dining to Blackpool’s North Shore, on the menu at this popular Indian eatery on Devonshire Road you will find all of the typical but much loved South Asian options. For starters there are samosas, pakoras and kebabs followed by a main course menu crammed full with curries. Special dishes at Indian Orchard include the mango sensation chicken – chicken cooked with mango, cream, almond and fried garlic, and chicken makhani – a traditional dish from the Moghul Empire consisting of strips of marinated chicken slow cooked in a tomato based sauce and topped with cream, garam masala and fenugreek.
Alongside the classic Indian options there is also a Bangladeshi menu if you feel like straying off the beaten path and trying something a little bit different, such as the Bay of Bengal dish – a flat fish delicately cooked and flavoured with mustard seed, coriander, red chilli and tomato. As one of Blackpool’s most popular Indian eateries, it is recommended to book your reservation at this North Shore restaurant in advance.