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Indian Restaurants in Sheffield

 Sheffield's Indian restaurants are first-rate

Sheffield is a great destination both for a day-trip or weekend break because this thriving Northern city offers so much in the way of cultural attractions, entertainment, retail and dining. See a show at The Crucible, relax amongst exotic plants and trees in the glass-covered Winter Garden and learn more about the city's industrial heritage at Weston Park Museum. The main retail centre is thriving, the historic squares often feature live music and entertainment, and the quality of Indian restaurants in Sheffield is second-to-none.

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    New Indian restaurants in Sheffield are always opening

    The city is growing fast and the South-Asian community is well recognised. Many immigrants came to Sheffield during the Industrial Revolution and today the universities welcome students from all across the world. The South-Asian community is centred around Burngreave, Sharrow, Attercliffe and Darnall, and here you can find many Bollywood cinemas, temples, mosques, Asian food and clothing stores and Sheffield's Indian restaurants. The community is influential within the city and various large multi-cultural festivals are celebrated each year. When event celebrations are in full swing, the Indian restaurants in Sheffield can get very busy so remember to book ahead with Quandoo. You can reserve your table at Sheffield's popular Indian restaurants up to two hours in advance to avoid having to queue. Enjoy your meal the hassle-free way by booking ahead with us and avoid disappointment if the venue is busy.
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    Which Indian restaurants in Sheffield are always popular?

    There are so many Indian restaurants in Sheffield that it can be hard to know which to pick but don’t worry because you'll find plenty of helpful reviews on Quandoo. Diners love Urban Choola on London Road in Highfield, which has a superb street food-style menu. The food here is both delicious and it offers excellent value – look out for the family menu for an even better deal. Cutler's Spice is a former pub on Leighton Road in Stocksbridge. You'll find authentic Indian and Bangladeshi dishes as well as wonderful booths which are ideal for a cosy meal for two, or a small group. If balti is your favourite dish, then get down to Butlers Balti House in the city centre. It serves incredible Balti dishes including lamb with paneer, spicy lemon chicken and shahi korma, which is sweet and mild.
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    Sheffield's Indian restaurants are great if you’re on a budget?

    Yes, absolutely. The Indian restaurants in Sheffield are generally all very affordable, and even the more high-end venues offer lunch deals or special offers. Head to the student areas or main commercial areas for great lunchtime curries which represent excellent value. Make sure you go hungry too, as the portions tend to be very generous. There’s really nothing like a warming curry from one of Sheffield's Indian restaurants to get you through a long day!
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    The Indian restaurants in Sheffield are ideal for celebrations

    Yes, many of the larger Sheffield Indian restaurants are perfect for celebrations, and the managers are well used to putting on special meals for groups of diners. Whether you are celebrating a birthday, engagement party, anniversary or a cultural event with family or friends, Indian cuisine is ideal for sharing and makes a wonderfully social meal. You'll find that some of the Indian restaurants in Sheffield also have bars attached and enticing drinks menus, with virgin cocktails and soft drinks for those who prefer them, so you can begin your evening out in style! The location of most venues in the city also makes Sheffield's Indian restaurants ideally placed for heading on to hear live music at the O2 Academy, see plays at The Crucible or enjoy comedy in the Sheffield Memorial Hall.