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Indian Restaurants in Redditch

 Find out what gourmet Indian restaurants in Redditch have to offer

When you want to enjoy a high-quality curry in the Midlands, where do you go? It's all too easy to resort to Birmingham's Balti Triangle, and that's hardly a surprise, with so many great eateries in Brum. But if you look around Quandoo's selection of Indian restaurants in Redditch, you'll find plenty of exceptional places to get your curry fix that are much closer to home. Mixing up baltis with dishes from all over India, these restaurants won't let Redditch's Indian food fans down.

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Millennium Balti

Kings Heath
Indian££££
5.8/655

Janaki Restaurant

Dickens Heath
Indian££££
5.2/625

Essence Of Bengal

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.0/620
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Spices Cuisine

Catshill
Indian££££

Monsoon Restaurant

Hollywood
Indian££££
5.1/626

New Dilshad

Centre
Indian££££
5.3/645

Shahi Palace

Batchley
Indian££££
5.6/623

Dine India

Catshill
Indian££££
5.5/620

Rilys - Redditch

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.2/616

The Spice Exchange Indian Restaurant

Cotteridge
Indian££££
5.5/64

Rasoi Restaurant

Town Centre
Indian££££

Rajput Cross & Bowling Green

Dickens Heath
Indian££££
  1. 1.

    Try some innovative curries at Redditch's Indian restaurants

    Some of the most impressive local Indian restaurants in Redditch mix up traditional dishes with imaginative new interpretations. Shahi Palace is a good case in point. While you can find all of the tikka and balti curries you could ever need, the chefs there have come up with dishes that offer something very different. Their chicken tikka Khyber or prawn jinga curries come with half a boiled egg as part of the recipe, while their murgi keema masala features chicken stuffed with lamb in a delicious fusion. Even experienced curry fans probably won't have come across dishes like these.
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    Everyone can enjoy their meal at Indian restaurants in Redditch

    Having said that, Redditch's Indian restaurants do provide plenty of familiar options for less adventurous diners. So, if you need somewhere to cater for a group of family or friends, and aren't sure whether they will have something to suit everyone's tastes, don't worry. There are milder almond-based curries for those who aren't sold on spice, vegetable biryanis to satisfy veggies, and chicken vindaloos to keep spice junkies happy. You'll even find child-friendly dishes like nuggets and chips, so if diners haven't yet discovered a love for curry – that's not an issue.
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    If Redditch's Indian restaurants aren't enough, Birmingham offers plenty more

    Naturally, if Redditch's selection of Indian restaurants isn't broad enough or exciting enough, it's easy to head into Birmingham. And it's even easier to book the city's leading curry houses when you organise your dining schedule with Quandoo. If you're visiting the Bull Ring or the NEC, or just looking for a high-class eating spot in the Balti Triangle or the Jewellery Quarter, Quandoo highlights all of the standout options.