About the restaurant
The North West of England is home to some of the best Indian restaurants to be found anywhere, and the quality of the cuisine on offer is well renowned. What is less widely recognised is that a huge proportion of “Indian” restaurateurs are actually Bengali, with backgrounds in Bangladesh and the Bengal states of Western India. Swaad on Regent Street in Haslingden is Bengali and proud, and they serve up specialities from their part of the world to the hungry public of Rossendale. Their house specials include Sylhet Tarkhari, a curry cooked with citrus fruits and pickles or chicken tikka shahi, with mince meat, herbs and spices. Head on over to Haslingden in Rossendale for a feast of Bengali and Indian cuisine in the heart of East Lanacashire.