There’s not too many Indian restaurants in Tamworth that can boast the same degree of longevity as The Royal Bengal, winner of the Tiffin Cup Indian competition. Established in 1970, Royal Bengal continues to enjoy the patronage of a big community of loyal fans and curry house connoisseurs, many of whom travel into the restaurant’s Tamworth town centre premises down Lichfield Street from across the West Midlands. And with a recent refurbishment bringing the dining room up to speed with contemporary style, The Royal Bengal is set to wow another generation of South Asian food fans. Remember to enquire about The Royal Bengal’s special Mother’s Day, Valentine’s and Christmas menus when you book.
Had a really nice meal, there's a wide range of choices, food was great, the staff were friendly would definitely recommend, we will be visiting again
The staff were all extremely welcoming, they took our the order for the starters first allowing us extra time to select our main course which was really helpful Excellent food and service, will definitely be back.
Main meal was a little slow coming. But over all was good. Very friendly service, very nice surrounding and able to have a conversation with no problem.
A little bit of inside knowledge goes a long way if you’re ready to explore The Royal Bengal’s fantastic Indian and Bengali cuisine. You heard it here first – reserve a table between 5:30pm and 9:30pm from on Friday and Saturday and you can pick three courses (starter, main course, rice or naan bread) for under a tenner, and it’s even more affordable if you dine in at Royal Bengals Lichfield Street restaurant in the evening from Sunday through to Thursday. But, if you don’t bag a table during these popular times, you’ll be sure to find that this Bengali and Indian restaurant in Tamworth’s town centre to be as tasty as it is good value.
The Royal Bengal’s a la carte menu is packed with both classic South Asian dishes that anyone with a nose for good Indian and Bengali food will be familiar with, plus a number of new and unusual options that the cooks at this Tamworth town centre veteran have refined over the long years the restaurant has been in operation. We recommend you start your meal with a selection from the list of house specialty starters before sampling the tandoori specialties, all marinated in yoghurt, freshly ground herbs and spices and served with salad and a mint yoghurt sauce. In fact, you can create a feast solely from The Royal Bengal’s signature seafood dishes, house specialties and chef’s recommendations, or go the purist route and sample some great examples of old favourites that everyone knows by name.