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There are more curry houses in the North West of England than one could ever hope to visit, and the competition between them in always stiff. Bolton is no different, and the Indian restaurant scene in the town centre is fierce: so when we tell you that Laibaz, down on Bradshawgate, is thriving, you can be sure that it is their quality that is keeping the punters coming back. Try them out for yourself – we’re sure you’ll agree.
Really lovely food and great service. Waiters were very attentive and professional. Food variety great. Downside there were no deserts on the menu as they were changing their menu. Should have been informed of this as very dissapointed and would not have booked however Good vegetarian choices. Very reasonable too.
Fantastic food and service shame it wasn't that busy to cheer up the atmosphere and stop the staff yawning and playing with their phones but on the whole a lovely meal
absolutely brilliant food was awesome and service great and the price even better. plates were hot just enough space left between meals very clean. defo worth a visit
Indian restaurants are just about everyone in the North West’s favourite dining destination, and there are more of them in business in the region than you could shake a kebab skewer at. The curry cognoscenti know what they want and where they can get it, and it isn’t a surprise that they come time and again to Laibaz on Bradshawgate in Bolton town centre. They offer Indian and Pakistani delicacies beloved by Boltonians – let us talk you through the menu.
When you arrive at Laibaz on Bradshawgate, as is customary, you’re going to want a few poppadoms and the starter menu. The tandoor is the star of the show here, so select a few chops or shashlik options to be getting on with while you pick your mains. Chef’s specials are always the way forward, and the truly adventurous here will owt for the balti naga, cooked using fiery naga chilli peppers. Book a table in advance and test your tastebuds at one of the best Indian restaurants in Bolton town centre.