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Konkana Brunstfield is a seafood lover’s dream destination. Situated on Edinburgh’s Leven Street, this Indian restaurant is one of a kind. Konkana is named after the Konkan region of India, an area well known for its seafood and fish specialties. As a result, you can expect to find only the freshest, locally sourced fish, seafood and meat on offer all paired with the exquisite spice and flavours of the subcontinent. The relaxed atmosphere and excellent service at this popular Edinburgh restaurant will make you feel right at home. Advance booking is recommended so ensure you grab a table ahead of time!
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Delicious, authentic Indian fish courses with sauces obviously made with best spices and ingredients. Even the breads and rices were top class. Highly rated for real Indian, subtle, delicious cooking.
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Delicious, subtle use of spices, and beautiful presentation. Just the kind of fresh and light Indian food I like.
As we’ve already established, Konkana is an inventive Indian restaurant in Brunstfield, Edinburgh with a serious focus on seafood and fish. From its central location on Leven Street, Edinburgh locals can avail of all the wonder of the sea served up in spectacular Indian dishes unlike any you’ve ever tasted before. For a nice meal at Konkana why not round up your nearest and dearest, reserve a table and prepare for a feast to remember? Kick things off with a selection of appetizers to share – we love the Amritsari fish tikka with locally-sourced fish in a gram flour batter with ajwain, spicy herbs, tamarind and mint chutney and the fresh chilli squid served with red cabbage, carrot salad and Thai mayonnaise.
For the main event at Konkana Edinburgh, how about some spicy agni lobster prepared with curry leaves, kokum, lime and cooked with glazed onions? Alternatively, perhaps you’d prefer some paneer makhani in a tomato and cashew nut gravy, topped with cream and served with laccha paratha flatbreads. As you can tell, you’re going to need quite the appetite when dining out at Brunstfield’s Konkana. We highly advise reserving your spot in advance to avoid disappointment, so hop to it!