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Indian Restaurants in Portsmouth

 Explore Indian cuisine at restaurants in Portsmouth

Portsmouth is an ideal place to explore Indian cuisine, with many restaurants for diners to try. A port city, it has a long history of embracing the cuisines of different countries and cultures from around the world. Whether you're searching for traditional cooking from the subcontinent, or are eager to sample more contemporary culinary creations, Portsmouth's Indian restaurants can provide you with your perfect meal. Some of them also allow you to 'bring your own bottle', helping you to enjoy your meal out for less.

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T & J Mahal

T & J Mahal

Southsea
Indian££££
5.6/619
T & J Mahal
Spice Route - Indian Cuisine

Spice Route - Indian Cuisine

Southsea
Indian££££
5.2/625
Spice Route - Indian Cuisine
Bombay Express Balti House

Bombay Express Balti House

Southsea
Indian££££
5.3/616
Bombay Express Balti House
Bombay Bay

Bombay Bay

Southsea
Indian££££
4.5/610
Bombay Bay
Bay of Bengal

Bay of Bengal

Hayling Island
Indian££££
5.8/610
Bay of Bengal
The Ghandi Restaurant

The Ghandi Restaurant

Hayling Island
Indian££££
5.4/65
The Ghandi Restaurant
Kadirs Indian Street Kitchen

Kadirs Indian Street Kitchen

Southsea
Indian££££
5.3/64
Kadirs Indian Street Kitchen
The Gandhi Restaurant - Portsmouth

The Gandhi Restaurant - Portsmouth

Portsea
Indian££££
5.0/61
The Gandhi Restaurant - Portsmouth
India Quay - Port Solent

India Quay - Port Solent

Port Solent
Indian££££
4.0/61
India Quay - Port Solent
Coriander Bangladeshi and Indian Cuisine

Coriander Bangladeshi and Indian Cuisine

Southsea
Indian££££
Coriander Bangladeshi and Indian Cuisine
Star of Asia - Portsmouth

Star of Asia - Portsmouth

Portsmouth
Indian££££
Star of Asia - Portsmouth
Elm Massalla

Elm Massalla

Hayling Island
Indian££££
Elm Massalla
Red Rose Lounge

Red Rose Lounge

Town Centre
Indian££££
6.0/63
Red Rose Lounge

Spice Lounge - Gosport

Town Centre
Indian££££
6.0/63
Spice Lounge - Gosport

Shalimar - Waterlooville

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.0/63
Shalimar - Waterlooville

Chilli & Lime

Havant
Indian££££
5.0/62
Chilli & Lime

Mowchak

Cosham
Indian££££
4.0/61
Mowchak

Lee Tandoori

Lee-on-the-Solent
Indian££££
3.0/61
Lee Tandoori

Rose of Bengal

Lee-on-the-Solent
Indian££££
Rose of Bengal

Royal Spice - Gosport

Town Centre
Indian££££
Royal Spice - Gosport
  1. 1.

    Combine a visit to the historic dockyards with one of Portsmouth's Indian restaurants

    As one of Portsmouth's biggest attractions, the dockyards promise an interesting and exciting day out. And, if exploring ships that once sailed the world makes you hungry, a meal at one of Portsmouth's Indian restaurants could be the perfect way to end your day. With several restaurants located conveniently close to the dockyards, you won't have far to walk, and it's simple to use Quandoo to book them, either before you leave home or on the go using your smartphone.
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    Indian restaurants in Portsmouth offer new flavours for discerning diners

    Indian food is bursting with flavour. With chefs who know how to make the fullest use possible of the many spices traditionally used across the subcontinent, it is a tempting idea to use a visit to one of Portsmouth's Indian restaurants to sample some of these flavours in dishes you haven't eaten before. Massala Room, on London Road, is one such place to try, and its mango shot is a refreshing way to end even the spiciest meal.
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    Choose one of Portsmouth's Indian restaurants for a great night out

    Of course many people enjoy a curry at the end of a night out but Indian restaurants in Portsmouth make great nightspots in their own right. Combining a lamb tikka masala with a bottle or two of Cobra beer is a time-honoured custom, and one that Portsmouth's Indian restaurants are keen to help you enjoy. With no need to rush, you can take time over your meal, perhaps enjoying poppadoms with chutney as a leisurely starter, before moving on to your main course. You might even want to finish with a traditional dessert of kulfi. Made from milk, and often flavoured with fruit, rosewater, saffron, cardamom or pistachio, this is the deliciously more-ish Indian version of ice cream.