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Thespians Indian Restaurant
26 Sheep Street, Centre
Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6EF
For a good decade, Thespians Indian Restaurant have been serving Stratford-upon-Avon locals with prime Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine. This family-run restaurant along Sheep Street, not too far from Waterside and the River Avon, specialises in delicious tandoori and balti dishes (this last a nearby Birmingham mainstay), and have a fully-licensed bar and no service charges. Thespian’s winning ticket, however, are their pre- and post-theatre specials.
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Good food good service staff need to smile a little more
Great food , good service. Thank you for another enjoyable meal.
We were offered a table in the back corner, however as a table was free by the window we opted for that. Some of the staff are friendly, however this is let down by a couple of miserable waiters. The food was lovely and that's why we go back. The restaurant looks tired and could do with a makeover. The toilets require improvement.
Located along Sheep Street, Thespians Indian Restaurant is perfect for dinner and drinks before or after you and your company watch Britain’s, and the world’s, best actors tread the boards in one of this famous Warwickshire town’s many theatres. Close to Stratford-upon-Avon’s Courtyard Theatre and The Royal Shakespeare Theatre, diners at Thespians receive a handsome discount when they produce their tickets to a show at either of these prestigious venues.
Thespians menu has been specially curated by a master chef versed in the intricacies of Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine. With recommendations from Egon Reney and the Michelin Guide, the food from this Sheep Street, Stratford-upon-Avon kitchen is the real deal. The chef’s special recommendations include bokhari gosht gonta (a slow-cooked lamb dish, marinated in exotic fruits, with a medium spice kick), peppered quail, saffron fish, spicy king prawns in a coriander and mint sauce, and deluxe tandoori grills. Always served with a smile, Thespians is the default restaurant for Stratford-upon-Avonites in search of dramatically good South Asian food.