10 Restaurants in Tonbridge: Indian

Discover Kent's best curries at Indian restaurants in Tonbridge

If you thought that the Indian restaurants in sleepy old Tonbridge were boring, think again. In this corner of Kent, you can find a lot more than stodgy, flavourless kormas and vindaloos that are less than amazing. Instead, you'll find some great examples of how the South East's Asian food scene is diversifying, including some exceptional northern Indian restaurants. Tonbridge's curry fans have plenty to smile about with these eateries in town, and you can book them all in seconds via the Quandoo database.

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Gurkha Planet

Tonbridge
International££££
5.8/619
Gurkha Planet

Kathmandu Valley

Tonbridge
Indian££££
4.9/67
Kathmandu Valley

Mala Indian Restaurant

St Katherines Dock
Indian££££
4.7/6323
Mala Indian Restaurant
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Everest Abercorn

Stanmore
Indian££££
4.5/6206
Everest Abercorn

The Thames

Waterloo
Indian££££
5.0/6139
The Thames

Mangal II

Dalston
Turkish££££
5.0/666
Mangal II

Aladin Brick Lane

Brick Lane
Indian££££
4.7/6172
Aladin Brick Lane

Sicily Restaurant

Belgravia
Sicilian££££
5.3/6149
Sicily Restaurant

The Saffron Club

Blackheath
Indian££££
5.1/6106
The Saffron Club

Shilpa

Hammersmith
Indian££££
5.3/6138
Shilpa
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    The northern Indian restaurants in Tonbridge will excite any curry fans

    So, what does the influx of high-class northern Indian restaurants mean for Tonbridge's foodie population? As you'll find out when you tuck into their creations – it means something truly special has arrived. Take Kathmandu Valley for example. Located right next to the station, this Indo-Nepalese kitchen whips up a portfolio of curries and dumpling-based delights that most diners won't know well. With options like hansh bhutuwa (a kind of barbecued duck curry), and minced lamb momo dumplings, diners will come across all sorts of exotic tastes and aromas that you simply won't find at a standard tandoori.
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    Try some veggie specials at Indian restaurants in Tonbridge

    But what about vegetarians? How will they fare when they settle down at Indian restaurants in Tonbridge? Given the amount of meat delicacies on offer, it's a fair question, but veggies have absolutely nothing to worry about when heading to Tonbridge's northern Indian restaurants. From starters like aubergine pakoda served with a tamarind chutney, to mains like mutter paneer, non-meat eaters can dine in style. And places like Gurkha Planet go even further for vegetarians, offering exotic green salads and bean-based dishes that are as healthy as they are tasty.
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    Everyone can dine in style at Tonbridge's Indian restaurants

    If you aren't keen on a culinary adventure in the Himalayas, Indian restaurants in Tonbridge are even capable of cooking up familiar dishes. But expect them to be a little bit more satisfying than everyday versions. For instance, some eateries can muster a mean Thai green curry, or fry up some hand cut chips for groups to share. And kids aren't left out either, with plenty of child-friendly menu options to keep everyone happy. So it doesn't matter what your tastes are, these are simply superb places to eat.