10 Restaurants in Skipton: Indian

Enjoy a first-rate curry at Skipton's best Indian restaurants

Sometimes nothing but a curry will do. You could have worked all day and returned home needing a pick-me-up, or it could be the end of a long hike in the Yorkshire Dales. Either way, Skipton's Indian restaurantswill do the trick. Boasting some exceptional kitchen talent, and making the most of the meat and vegetables produced by Yorkshire farmers, these Indian restaurants are among Skipton's highlights, and all of them can be booked in seconds with Quandoo.

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Skipton Balti House

Town Centre
Indian
Skipton Balti House

Bombay Quay

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.5/6905
Bombay Quay

Eastzeast - Liverpool

The Baltic Triangle
Indian££££
4.9/6283
Eastzeast - Liverpool
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The Great Kathmandu Tandoori

Chorlton-cum-Hardy
Indian££££
5.2/6181
The Great Kathmandu Tandoori

Shajan

Clayton-le-Dale
Indian££££
5.5/6176
Shajan

Bombay Spice - York

City Centre
Indian££££
4.9/6172
Bombay Spice - York

Copper Lounge

Hazel Grove
Indian££££
5.4/6211
Copper Lounge

Westbourne Spice

Otley
Indian££££
5.6/6166
Westbourne Spice

Aamchi Mumbai

Cheadle Hulme
Indian££££
5.5/6161
Aamchi Mumbai

Peachy Keens

Northern Quarter
International££££
4.7/688
Peachy Keens
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    Local lamb takes centre stage at Skipton's Indian restaurants

    When you pay a visit to Skipton's finest Indian restaurants, be prepared for some magnificent meat dishes. In particular, the area's curry chefs have found some irresistible ways to prepare the region's famous lamb, whether that's prepared in a wok balti-style, in spicy dry karahi curries, or fruity pathia concoctions which have an undeniably exotic edge. Sure, you could stick to lamb chops and roasts, but there are other ways to make use of local produce, and Skipton's Indian restaurants know some of the most enticing.
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    Veggies are in curry heaven at Indian restaurants in Skipton

    But that doesn't mean veggies will be left casting around for options. There's much more at Skipton's gourmet Indian restaurants than pilau rice and poppadoms for diners who have given up meat. For one thing, you'll find an uncommonly wide range of biryanis, some of which are centred around aubergine or spinach, while others use paneer to great effect. And there's no lack of veggie curries, including pineapple infused Malay-style versions, and Lahori baltis where the sauce is rounded off with yoghurt and egg. Sometimes vegetarians can find bland selections at curry houses, but that's not an issue with Skipton's Indianrestaurants, where there's always something exciting to try.
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    After trying Skipton's Indian restaurants, Bradford is well worth exploring

    While Skipton has great Indian restaurants (and we recommend you give them a go), it's worth remembering that you aren't far away from some curry powerhouses in Bradford and Leeds. The UK's 'capital of curry', Bradford is just a short trip down the A629, and for gourmet fans it's a journey well worth making. Quandoo has the low down on the town's finest options, from Omar's Balti House to Nawaab, where authentic Kashmiri cuisine has never tasted better.