Located on Shandwick Place in the heart of Edinburgh’s vibrant West End, Kasturi Indian Restaurant is raising the bar for Indian cuisine in the capital. A haven for curry connoisseurs, Kasturi Indian Restaurant serve up gourmet takes on traditional recipes, with its stylish and elegant setting making it the perfect location for a number of different occasions, whether it's a business lunch or a special evening out with family or friends. No matter if you’re a meat or seafood lover or vegetarian, you’ll find plenty of choices on the menu at Kasturi Indian Restaurant. We recommend the king prawn karahi (stir-fried king prawns with coriander, mustard oil, garlic, ginger, onion and peppers) or the spinach kofta (spinach balls with kofta sauce, coconut milk and mild spices). Book a table now!
This restaurant never fails to delight with friendly and efficient service and excellent and flavoursome food. Always a treat and we will definitely be back!
Good service excellent food we had the banquet, will return and would recommend this restaurant. Close to city centre and very easy to book and staff helped when we arrived earlier than we expected.
Gorgeous food, smaller portions for the lunch menu but plenty in them. Great choice of starters, mains and includes a side dish, dessert or coffee. Would definitely recommend this restaurant
Piped in for lunch and really enjoyed both the service and the food great choice and all made from scratch so highly recommend the chicken tikka masala.
I had booked in for lunch and had vegetable pakora that was hand made not the usual type u get and if was excellent. I then had the chicken tikka masala with rice again the rice was not the norm style but both dishes where excellent too . I would highly recommend you give this place a visit as anywhsr who makes dish from scratch like the pakora and offer something very tasty get there . I will be back for sure and the service was on par with the food too.
Good food and friendly staff - would recommend the tikka masala as it was not red and sweet like some restaurants do it - really tasty. the room was a bit cold, but to be fair, the door had broken which let in drafts, and they were trying to get it fixed so not their fault! - definitely worth a visit :)
Have the business lunch the portions are small but still good value for the price I would happily trade the extra side dish for a slightly bigger main dish as the chicken tikka is excellent. The only other thing would be to offer either rice or the nan as I would prefer a full ban bread and no rice but that’s just my preference.
Lovely surroundings and easy to get to We were surprised how quiet it was on a Thursday night so close to Christmas especially as the food was excellent and the service attentive and friendly
Food nice but would have been better if all the starters had arrived at the same time !! People finished their starter and others hadn’t got theirs . Also waited on food after main meals had been served . Decor looking tired , Been here a few times wouldn’t rush back
I really like the style of cooking more like a curry you would get down south so give you a different meal to the usual Edinburgh one. Would recommend the chicken tick and mixed starters