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Indian Restaurants in Stockport

 Forget the Curry Mile, head to Stockport's Indian restaurants instead

When you feel the need for a top-class curry in Manchester's southern suburbs, there's no need to travel all the way to Wilmslow Road and Rusholme to find what you're looking for. In fact, Stockport has Indian restaurants that make the curry mile seem a long way away, meaning that there's no need to head into town at all. All of the finest Indian restaurants in Stockport can be booked in seconds with Quandoo, so why not start exploring?

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The Great Kathmandu Tandoori

Chorlton-cum-Hardy
Indian££££
5.2/6158

Copper Lounge

City Centre
Indian££££
5.4/6178

Aamchi Mumbai

Cheadle Hulme
Indian££££
5.5/6144
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Purple Pakora - Marple Bridge

Marple Bridge
Indian££££
4.4/6117

Purple Pakora - Poynton

Poynton
Indian££££
5.9/652

Bombay to Mumbai

Bramhall
Indian££££
5.8/632

Indique

Didsbury
Indian££££
5.1/634

Cinnamon Tree

Cheadle Hulme
Indian££££
5.7/632

Marple Spice

Marple
Indian££££
5.6/620

Ziya Asian Grill

Rusholme
Indian££££
5.3/66

Tondori Royale

Burnage
Indian££££
5.3/610

The Kushoom Koly

Stockport
Indian££££
5.6/67

Blue ocean

City Centre
Indian££££
6.0/62
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Barinda Cheadle Hulme

Cheadle Hulme
Indian££££
6.0/61

Himalaya

Levenshulme
Indian££££
5.5/64

Sai Spice - Chorlton

Chorlton
Indian££££
5.3/64

Lal Qila - Rusholme

Rusholme
Indian££££
5.0/66

Lal Qila - Deansgate

City Centre
Indian££££
4.5/66
New

Jalfrezi

Bramhall
Indian££££

Viceroy Indian - Handforth

Handforth
Indian££££
5.3/648
  1. 1.

    Dine in comfort and style at Stockport's Indian restaurants

    When you begin your adventure at Stockport's Indian restaurants, you'll quickly tell that many of them are part of a dining elite. There's a massive gap between everyday takeaway joints and these plush eateries, which pull out all the stops to make customers feel part of the family. Places like Himalayas in Levenshulme offer bright, roomy contemporary spaces and menus that are perfectly balanced - with veggie and meat options, as well as a few safer dishes for those of us who aren't always up for a healthy dose of spice.
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    There's some delightful food on offer at Stockport's Indian restaurants

    But while the menus at Stockport's Indian restaurants are carefully assembled, it's the way their dishes are composed that really stands out. Take the paneer dishes available, for example. Many local chefs are experts in making their own cheese, which they combine with chilli, fruit, and spinach in a variety of sides and mains, offering an uncommonly wide selection for vegetarians. Or have a look at their methi curries, which get the fenugreek level just right, adding a delicious richness to the evening.
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    There are great Indian fusion restaurants in Stockport

    While we've been talking about Stockport's Indian restaurants so far, it's also worth noting that there are some superb South Asian fusion options in the city. For example, Zulaika fuses culinary ideas from Bangladesh, Nepal and India in one mouth-watering combination. So, you can mix up some steamed momo dumplings from the Himalayas, with Bengali curries cooked with sweet pumpkin as part of the recipe, and Keralan fish curries with a hefty helping of coconut to add an exotic accent. They are fantastic places to explore, experiment, and simply enjoy everything India's food culture has to offer.