Shri Bheema’s in Aberdeen dishes out the same high quality Indian cuisine this UK family of restaurants is known for. Family owned and operated, this beloved Indian restaurant is known for offering a friendly, inviting dining atmosphere where guests can gather with friends and loved ones over a perfectly cooked curry, fresh naan and a bottle of fine wine. This award-winning restaurant took its name from the name Bheeman, a character in the world’s longest historic epic known as the Mahabharata. Indeed, the food here is the stuff of legends – reserve a table ahead of time to see what’s in store at Shri Bheema’s Indian Restaurant in the city centre.
Shri Bheema’s in Aberdeen is undoubtedly one of the most well known Indian restaurants in the area, and it happens to also be one of the best. This city centre restaurant really does live up to all of the hype. This location is actually the birthplace of Shri Bheema’s – the very first of this family of Indian restaurants opened up in Aberdeen during 2012. And lucky for us, this Shri Bheema’s Indian Restaurant is still showing no signs of slowing down.
Shri Bheema’s Indian Restaurant on Belmont Street offers a range of authentic dishes hailing from both northern and southern India, so you can count on sampling a whole host of incredible flavours if you wish to do so. The menu is jam-packed with options, but we can help point you in the right direction. Start your meal off with some spicy mint scallops or Chettinad prawns before choosing from mains like vegetarian kofta, kanchi lamb curry or udaya chicken curry. Sop up your sauces with a side of freshly baked naan, then be sure to finish up with one of Shri Bheema’s Indian Restaurant’s delicious desserts. Whatever you do, make sure to book ahead at Shri Bheema’s in Aberdeen city centre.
Fantasticccccqque! I am from Germany and this was my first Indian and it was beutifullll! Almost as beautiful as the sunset upon seeee mountains....as I sed it is fantistiqqqqueeee
Lovely food with great veggie options and excellent service. The dining room is very clean and has views over union terrace gardens. Great value for money too.
Fabulous food cooked fresh. Without doubt the best, flakiest,light as air and delicious parathas I have ever tasted. Tandoori chicken cooked to perfection , a creamy mixed veg raita and piping hot saag aloo made for a feast fit for a king (or queen) and in such quantity a doggie bag was necessary. Staff absolutely lovely too. My only criticism would be re the totally awful and unprepossessing entrance, stairway and access to the restaurant is very off putting. A lick of paint might help but it needs a serious overhaul. Would not put me off using the restaurant tbough. Best by a country mile in Aberdeen.