Dear diners, keep an eye out for Monday Curry Night & Thursday Ladies Night. Please contact the restaurant directly for more information.
Free parking is available for ASDA members of the restaurant.
While Indian restaurants in the United Kingdom are certainly not few and far between, Indico Street Kitchen & Bar stands out from the crowd in more ways than one. This Solihull restaurant specialises in Indian street food, and you’ll find a range of chaats, tandoor specialties and curry selections to make you weak at the knees. This eclectic and colourful restaurant is arguably one of the most vibrant in Shirley, and its interior is decorated with bright umbrellas hanging from the roof and art works adorning the walls, so you’ll be in for a truly sensory experience, that’s for sure. You’ll find Indico Street Kitchen & Bar in Parkgate Shopping Centre, along Stratford Road – booking ahead is essential!
As we mentioned before, dining at Indico Street Kitchen & Bar in Shirley is a full sensory experience. Along with the vibrant decor of the restaurant, the aromas coming from the kitchen will certainly get those tastebuds salivating. The cuisine here is not like the usual curry house dishes. Instead you’ll find more creative selections, inspired by traditional Indian cooking techniques. Start your Indico Street Kitchen & Bar culinary journey with some chaats. These are small tapas-like dishes – great for sharing – and we recommend the chilli paneer, aloo tikki and lollipop chicken, all of which are fresh and vibrant.
Following on, no visit to Indico Street Kitchen & Bar is complete without a curry or tandoori main. The chicken korma here is exceptional and is flavoured with turmeric, coconut milk and onion gravy, and the Dal Makhani with black lentils and red kidney beans in a rich, creamy sauce is one of the best in Solihull. We also highly recommend the tandoori chicken leg marinated in red chilli, black pepper and yoghurt for those after a truly flavoursome kick. Indico Street Kitchen & Bar is located within Parkgate Shopping Centre on Stratford Road, about ten minutes from the Solihull centre. Enjoy!
A great colourful restaurant with a good choice of authentic food and nice cocktails. I have also been on event nights - these are great fun
There was live music on the evening of our visit. A solo saxophonist jazz not my scene. Others might enjoy. However it was not to loud so tolerable.
We have eaten here several times, both at lunch and for dinner. We booked for lunch this time and as usual we received good food, attentive staff and a great atmosphere. Thank you.