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10 Restaurants in Stirling: Indian

Check out the spicy specialities of Stirling's Indian restaurants

Spilling down from the mighty castle, the ancient city of Stirling occupies a commanding site overlooking the winding banks of the River Forth. This is a historic city that attracts thousands of visitors and it's also a buzzing university town. The result is a busy, bustling yet compact city with an excellent nightlife and dining scene. Stirling's many Indian restaurants are at the centre of the action, attracting locals, students and visitors alike to sample some of the tastiest food in the city. Check out our selection of Stirling's best Indian restaurants here on Quandoo and treat yourself to some spicy specialities from the subcontinent.

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Maharaja - Stirling

City Centre
Indian££££
5.6/668
Maharaja - Stirling

Rana's Restaurant

City Centre
Indian££££
5.2/621
Rana's Restaurant

Nawab - Stirling

City Centre
Indian££££
5.8/66
Nawab - Stirling
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Indian Cottage - Stirling

City Centre
Indian££££
5.1/610
Indian Cottage - Stirling

Green Gates Indian Restaurant - Stirling

City Centre
Indian££££
6.0/61
Green Gates Indian Restaurant - Stirling

Tayview Hotel

Broughty Ferry
Indian££££
5.5/6116
Tayview Hotel

Torranyard Tandoori

Torranyard
Indian££££
5.8/6114
Torranyard Tandoori

Namaste Kathmandu

Old Town
Nepalese££££
5.3/696
Namaste Kathmandu

Kalpna

Newington
Indian££££
4.9/692
Kalpna

Spice Lounge Kitchen

East Craigs
Indian££££
5.3/6103
Spice Lounge Kitchen
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    Stirling's Indian restaurants are perfect for parties

    If you're looking for somewhere to eat in a large party, then Indian restaurants in Stirling are an excellent choice. There are so many sides and starters that are just perfect for sharing. Order some poppadoms with spicy onions and lime chutney and get the party started with pakora, onion bhajis and naan bread. Crisp and flaky samosas also go down a treat and some paneer cheese is delightfully moreish. Your only problem will be leaving enough room for a delicious main course.
  2. 2.

    The main issue in Stirling's Indian restaurants

    There's one issue when it comes to ordering a main course in Stirling's Indian restaurants and that is the sheer choice of delicious dishes to attempt to decipher. If your palate prefers a milder meal you might lean towards a korma or pasanda, while a rogan josh or bhuna are both medium spiced. Madras, patia and jalfrezi curries are medium to hot, while a vindaloo is generally the benchmark for a hot curry. For those who really love their spice, however, a phaal is reckoned to be hotter than even the more famous vindaloo. Most of these curries will come in chicken, lamb or seafood versions and that's before we even consider some of the special dishes like kerala fish curry or a tandoori mixed grill.
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    Try Indian restaurants in Stirling for great vegetarian food

    Many Indians are vegetarian and the selection of vegetarian dishes in Stirling's Indian restaurants is outstanding. Look out for the popular tarka daal of spiced lentils or a chole bhature of curried chickpeas. Many well-known curries also come in vegetarian versions and the complex spices can really elevate these dishes into something special. The choice on offer makes Indian restaurants in Stirling a clever choice if you're dining in a group with mixed dietary preferences.