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Indian Restaurants in Reading

 If you adore Indian restaurants, Reading is a great place to be

If you're searching for some spicy Indian delicacies, Reading's restaurants feature dishes from almost every part of the subcontinent, from Nepal in the north to Kerala in the south. There are Bangladeshi chefs cooking up delicately spiced curries, as well as Punjabi masters preparing satisfying biryanis, and much, much more to discover. Whether you want high-quality versions of the curries you love, or something totally new, Reading's Indian restaurants deliver on every level.

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River Spice - Reading

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.2/626

Bina Tandoori - Reading

Caversham
Indian££££
4.8/626

Pappadams

Town Centre
Indian££££
6.0/62
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Standard Tandoori

Caversham
Indian££££
5.4/67

Dakshin

Earley
Indian££££
6.0/63

Bhoj Indian Restaurant

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.0/61

Sizzling Spice

Earley
Indian££££

Mala Indian Restaurant

St Katherines Dock
Indian££££
4.7/6271

No.7 Temple

Weybridge
Indian££££
5.0/6192

Everest Abercorn

Stanmore
Indian££££
4.5/6177
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    Enjoy a Bengali banquet at Indian restaurants in Reading

    If you want to savour the flavours of Bengal and Bangladesh, Berkshire has some outstanding ways to do so. Head over to Earley where chefs from the eastern part of India whip up traditional seafood massalas (a staple in a region where waterways play such a big role in its geography). Or try innovations like duck curries cooked Bengali-style with plenty of tamarind, green chilli and garlic, with a dash of honey to add some sweetness along the way. Famous for their heat, Bengali curries are some of the most fiery to be found at Reading's Indian restaurants, so make sure you order wisely!
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    Indian restaurants in Reading fuse the best of India and Britain

    Some of the most exciting Indian restaurants in Reading are fusing British ingredients and the spices of India to amazing effect. For instance, chefs are taking freshly caught monkfish or red mullet and coupling them with delicate spice blends before roasting them in tandoori ovens. Others are giving salmon a delicious tikka coating or cooking chicken with coconut sauce and fresh vegetables, creating an irresistible fusion of healthy lean meat, locally-sourced vegetables and subcontinental flavours.
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    Chettinad cuisine is on the menu at Reading's Indian restaurants

    Still other restaurants in Reading take southern Indian culture as its inspiration, cooking up delicious Chettinad cuisine. Derived from Tamil Nadu near the southern tip of India, this type of cuisine is less well-represented among curry houses in England, but just as appealing as Bengali or Punjabi styles. Try their distinctive fish curries (meen kuzhambu) or delectable dishes featuring crab (nanda), with sauces involving plenty of star anise, fenugreek and more exotic ingredients like stone flower too. If you think you know curry, think again because these Indian restaurants in Reading will introduce you to a whole new style of subcontinental dining.
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    Try some Himalayan cuisine at Reading's Indian restaurants

    Some of the finest curry houses in town can be found in suburbs like Caversham, where Nepalese chefs have made their home, offering another distinctive cuisine for locals to try. These Indian restaurants in Reading feature specialities like momo dumplings or veggie-friendly light bites like pulao, with its delicate spices. Or if you are dining with a group, you can order up a platter of dal bhat, with a range of curries, rice, lentils and pickles, offering a classic slice of Himalayan gastronomy. With meaty lamb dishes and plenty of desserts, there aren't many better places to get together with friends over an exotic evening meal.
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    Book exclusive Indian restaurants in Reading

    If you need somewhere with a spicy-side that bridges the gap between five-star brasseries and city centre curry houses, Quandoo can help. Reading's Indian restaurants include some sumptuous places that are regulars in major restaurant directories and 'best of' lists for the Berkshire region. Offering flawless renditions of classic tikka dishes, and some intriguing venison-based fusion options, these classy establishments really go the extra mile for fans of Indian restaurants in Reading!