The North of England is filled with great places to enjoy Indian food – the legacy of decades of immigration and cultural exchange – and the outpost of the cuisine in Darlington town centre comes in the form of Spice Garden on Parkgate. Conveniently located near to Darlington train station, they serve up all the favourites that we know and love, while also offering a huge range of unique regional dishes and house specialities.
customer service was fantastic. Very attentive, genuinely cared about the dining experience my sister in-law and I had. Food tasted very good. Portion sizes are very generous (we couldn't finish our's). a great visit!!
We had a lovely time great food great service great price will be going back very soon we went on Mother's Day on leaving I was given two red roses and a box of chocolates all complementary
On the edge of the town centre of Darlington, on Parkgate, one can find the Spice Garden Indian restaurant, one of the finest example of subcontinental cooking in the North East. To limit the cuisine at Spice Garden just to Indian food though, would be to do it a disservice: they represent the breadth of cuisine of South Asia, from Bangladeshi specialities to Malaysian meals and even delicacies devised in the UK, like the iconic Balti.
Indian curries are always a popular choice in Darlington, and at Spice Garden, you can get all the classics of the genre. Tandoori butter chicken, rogan josh, dhansak, vindaloo and many more are available on Parkgate in the town centre, as well as other Bangladeshi dishes like shatkora and naga, as well as Malaysian massaman curries. To taste the full range of flavours on offer at Spice Garden, take a to over to their town centre location, but book ahead to avoid disappointment!