Leeds is at the heart of the Indian restaurant scene in the UK – West Yorkshire is home to thousands of migrants from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, of course – and they provide a great variety of dishes and delicacies that reflect the very best that the subcontinent has to offer. At Miah’s Kitchen, they specialise in tandoor-cooked kebabs and tikka meats, an array of starters and sides that accompany the mains, and all the curries that have become so beloved of the British public. You can find them on York Place in the city centre, just a short walk from Leeds Central train station, so you’ve really no excuse not to head on over – just book a table first.
Easy to book, no problems on arrival, would book this way again. Nice restaurant - must admit, front of house not as friendly as normal, but food amazing.
The food was delicious, with an extensive choice. Service was excellent and prompt, and the waiter was very helpful in making the changes to our order which we requested!
The Indian restaurants of Leeds differ wildly in aims and in quality, from the neighbourhood curry house to upmarket fine dining establishments, from takeaway kebab joints to humble cafes. Miah’s Kitchen is all of these things combined: they offer take out, for sure, but when you make your way down to York Place, you are going to want to stay and take in the ambience and atmosphere in this part of the city centre.
Miah’s Kitchen offers a superb array of starters – seekh kebabs, chicken tikka, pakoras – and the full range of curries that are expected from the hungry diners of Leeds. Add to that a selection of house specials that take advantage of the diversity of Indian cuisine: we recommend the Balti or Biryani dishes, which are superlative. Make the journey to Leeds Central station and wander around the corner to York Place in the city centre for one of the finest Indian meals around.