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Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland, and a culinary destination of some note within the UK, no small part of which is based on their superb Indian restaurant scene. The restaurateurs of the city like to nod to tradition, but to keep things modern and contemporary. To wit: V Deep on Henderson Street in Leith, where they offer curry and craft beer, in a matching of flavours that is unique in Edinburgh. Book your table now.
We had a great time here ,food fantastic, music was brilliant ! Fun ,edgy restaurant ! Already looking forward to the dinner menu ! Lunch was excellent
Food was as good as it's been before, though sea bass portion was tiny. Service seemed a little slow, compared to previous visits. Generally good though
Excellent service with a great range of interesting and tasty curries and beers. I'd thoroughly recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for a different take on Indian food.
There are plenty of Indian restaurants in Edinburgh, and plenty of bars in Leith: so it seems like it was only a matter – a keema mattar, if you will – of time until some bright spark combined the two. The brains behind V Deep on Henderson Street are those very people, and their craft beer and curry combo seeks to bring the bhuna to the beer, the pakoras to the porters and the drafts to the dhals.
Indian food and India Pale Ale are as good a combination as we can think of, so understandably V Deep in Leith’s Henderson Street appeals to our sensibilities. Just a short bus ride down Leith Walk from the main Edinburgh drags, they offer a menu of matched craft beers and curries, with a spicy selection intend to make the most of both dishes. The British public has long been a fan of getting tanked up and eating a vindaloo, but there’s none of that here: just pure curry cooking and superb brewing – book a table now.