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Great Indian food doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg... And at Rumi’s Indian Restaurant in the town centre, you can experience some of Beverley’s best curries, breads, rice dishes and more at prices that won’t break the bank. Their menu is packed with sophisticated options ranging from vegetarian classics like aloo gobi to local favourites like chicken tikka masala. The restaurant’s location on the top floor city’s historic Agricultural House gives the restaurant a unique vibe, and their restoration of the National Farmers Union building shows just how committed the founders are to their local community. This isn’t just any curry house – head to Rumi’s Indian Restaurant on New Walkergate and experience curries that are out of this world!
Led by restaurateurs Mohammed, Sarah and Sham, Rumi’s Indian Restaurant is the product of a whole lot of work and some excellent teamwork. After months spent restoring the Agricultural House down New Walkergate in the town centre, the team went to work establishing Rumi’s Indian Restaurant as one of the best dining establishments in Beverley. The chefs here use local produce and ingredients as much as possible, and the restaurant even supports local charities with some of the profits they make, so you can count on this restaurant if you care about giving back to the community.
Whether it’s for lunch, dinner or drinks, Beverley’s Rumi’s Indian Restaurant provides a comfortable setting. Start off your meal at this local favourite with an order of garlic mushrooms, onion bhaji or chana puri before diving into a huge variety of tasty mains. We recommend the restaurant’s specials including murga dharosh (chicken tikka with onions, okra, tomato and masala paste), gobi ghosht (cauliflower and lamb curry) or the naga mirch murgh, a spicy dish made with fiery ghost peppers. The menu at Rumi’s is extensive and features all the classic Indian dishes you know and love, as well as dishes from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. So what are you waiting for? Head to this town centre restaurant with the whole family for a fabulous Indian feast!
Excellent food and a different menu to most Indian eating establishments Great choice. The only slight criticism the service wasn't as good as previous visits, though I understand new staff were on duty, so give them a chance. Won't be stopping me from going back. Well done Rumis.
Food was gorgeous as usual. Service also very good. Would recommend as we have never had a bad meal or experience yet. Will be back soon.
Lovely friendly staff and fantastic food. Great menu choices and staff fully knowledgeable of the menu and can recommend dishes which is closest to what your looking for.
Absolutely brilliant, great service and very tasty food. We will definately be visiting again very soon. Not you ordinary run of the mill indian, different dishes that taste amazing.
Lovely atmosphere. Pleasant surroundings. Exceptionally attentive staff. Delicious food. I'd thoroughly recommend this restaurant and intend to revisit soon. We were lucky enough to be given a window table so enjoyed looking at the beautiful town of Beverley whilst eating our scrumptious dinner.
Unfortunately the restaurant was cold , although we were offered the opportunity to move to a table next to a radiator. As a starter I had garlic prawns: these were more like tiny shrimps. I main course I chose was lamb jalfazi : the sauce was fine, but there was very little meat. On the up side, the staff were friendly and helpful.
Once again the food and service were superb. It is so nice to go to an Indian where everything is not the same bright red colour but looks and tastes authentic. The buffalo was an interesting new flavour too.
The food was lovely but it was a shame that our table for 8 wasn't ready upon arrival (as it had been booked for at least a week). Also we arrived at 6.00 pm and ordered popadoms but we had to chase our mains up at about 7.20 pm. Still... the food was worth waiting for.
Superb as always. We tried the vegetarian options this time and they were soon tasty. The heat of the meals were spot on for what we asked. Service was also wonderful despite it being quite late.
Got seated quickly and drinks and pickle tray brought out quickly enough, but all went wrong from there. The staff seemed to be avoiding the tables and after 45 minutes we had to call one over to take our food order.Shortly after the table next to us had waited 2 hours for their food which then showed up cold. Another table had eventually eaten their s and said it was awful and left without paying for it. The table behind us had been there an hour and not even had their order taken! At this point we decided to cancel our order, pay for our drinks and leave. When passing the kitchen we could only see 1 person in there. The waitresses apologised saying they didn't know what had gone wrong with the kitchen. But tbh they shouldn't be letting people sit there for such long periods knowing full well there was a problem. It isn't often we manage a night out so was very disappointed! Certainly won't be going back and can't see it lasting much longer at this rate. Something has gone badly wrong as had previously had a great reputation and had booked because of this but looking at recent reviews it seems to have gone downhill!