Shimla Pinks Leicester is a local favourite, and considering the location, that’s really saying something. There can be few cities in the UK that can pretend to compete with Leicester for sheer diversity of Indian restaurants. They have the highest density of South Asians to be found in any major city in Europe, and thusly the standard of Indian restaurants in Leicester is as high as it is anywhere, so it takes something special to stand out: Shimla Pinks Restaurant on London Road in the centre of Leicester does it with ease. You’ll want to book ahead for a table at this popular restaurant.
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Great food and clean environment. Slightly noisey with it being saturday but overall enjoyed it.
Our 1st visit, the food, service & atmosphere was fantastic, thank you for a great evening & we will be back again soon 😃🌟
Beautiful food and great service, can’t wait to go back
A legend in Leicester, Shimla Pinks Restaurant is well known for its so-called ‘theatre kitchen’ which allows diners to watch as the chefs masterfully prepare their dishes before their eyes. It’s also known for its service – at Shimla Pinks Restaurant Leicester, the servers are attentive, friendly and knowledgeable about the restaurant’s menu. Be sure to let them know if you have any sort of allergies and they’ll be happy to help you decide on a suitable dish.
Shimla Pinks Restaurant in the centre of Leicester specialises in the cuisine of New Delhi, and the chefs bring the best of North Indian cuisine to the streets of the East Midlands through a menu that takes in tandoori meats such as chicken shashlik and seekh kebabs, vegetarian options like paneer tikka masala and daal haryali, meat favourites such lamb karahi and butter chicken, the dish that Delhi gave the world and from which we derive our chicken tikka masala. Shimla Pinks Restaurant is perfectly placed for travellers and locals alike – they’re situated on London Road, right by Leicester railway station in the city centre – so book a table and head on in for a feed.