Sheffield is truly a city on the rise – once associated with the industrial North, today it is the home of exciting museums, art galleries, retail and culture, with a thriving student scene, international visitors and a huge amount to see and do. Visit the Millennium Gallery to see changing displays of metalwork and fine art and sit in the beautiful Botanic Gardens with a drink and watch a touring production at The Crucible Production. The surrounding Peak District also offers plenty of opportunities for walking, cycling and getting away from the hustle and bustle of city life. When you're ready to enjoy a delicious meal, it's time to check out the Indian restaurants in Sheffield city centre and look forward to a delicious dining experience.
The South-Asian community is well established in Sheffield and has been since the Industrial Revolution immigrants came to work in the burgeoning mills. They brought delicious native cuisine and opened up large numbers of very successful restaurants. Many of the Indian restaurants in Sheffield city centre have been open for a number of years and have loyal followings of customers, who visit for award-winning cooking, made by skilled teams who prepare authentic dishes and offer superb service.
Indian cuisine is often assumed to be very spicy, but it's actually quite diverse and many dishes can be mild and gentle on the palate, using sweeter spices like cinnamon with cream and fruits such as mango and pineapple. At Butlers Balti House in the Sheffield city centre, try this Indian restaurants' signature balti chicken tikka masala, or for seafood fans, tuck into tandoori king prawn jalfrezi that's absolutely loaded up with spices so good you'll be coming back time, and time again. Trust us!
Indian cuisine is also ideal for vegetarians and many Indians either forgo meat as part of their regular diet or do so for religious festivals. Look out for chana dals, tarka dal and fried vegetable dishes like bhindi ki subji (stir-fried okra). Keen to experience this delicious food first-hand? Great choices at Butlers Balti House on Broad Lane, include matar paneer filled with peas and Indian cheese, Balti special vegetable that's loaded with fresh spices, lentils and plenty of vegetables, and the classic mixed jalfrezi. Whatever your selection though, rest assured you'll always leave full, happy and satisfied no matter what you order at this Indian restaurant in Sheffield's city centre.