10 Restaurants in Wakefield: Indian

Feast on Indian cuisine at restaurants in Wakefield

If you’re looking for genuine food from India made with age-old family recipes, West Yorkshire in England is one of the best places in Europe to visit. Close to Leeds and Bradford, Wakefield is a multicultural city with a large Indian population. As a result, there are some amazing Wakefield restaurants serving authentic Indian cuisine. Whether you’re into hot curries or mild kormas, this part of the world is a food lover’s paradise.

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Red Chilli 2

Town Centre
Asian££££
5.6/644
Red Chilli 2

Tamarind Indian Restaurant

Crofton
Indian££££
5.6/65
Tamarind Indian Restaurant

Rice n' Spice

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.9/67
Rice n' Spice
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Massala Lounge - Wakefield

Town Centre
Indian££££
6.0/61
Massala Lounge - Wakefield

Bollywood Lounge

Town Centre
Indian££££
4.0/619
Bollywood Lounge

Bombay Quay

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.5/61010
Bombay Quay

Memsaab Restaurant

The Park
Indian££££
5.6/6293
Memsaab Restaurant

Shajan

Clayton-le-Dale
Indian££££
5.5/6206
Shajan

Peachy Keens

Northern Quarter
International££££
4.7/6113
Peachy Keens

Castle View Indian Cuisine

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.8/6327
Castle View Indian Cuisine
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    Indian restaurants in Wakefield allow you to explore this incredible cuisine

    Britain’s love affair with Indian cuisine is a passionate one, but it can be limited at times. While the likes of korma, tikka masala and jalfrezi are well-known delicacies, there are certain dishes that aren’t so well known. If you’re keen to find out what a palak paneer or a chana masala tastes like, there are Indianrestaurants in Wakefield that have exactly what you’re looking for. Sample this amazing cuisine delivered in a contemporary and adventurous way at Amaia Restaurants on Northgate, which is known for its wonderful Balti dishes. Aagrah on Barnsley Road specialises in regional dishes from India and Pakistan — the sort of delicacies you won’t find in your average Indian restaurants in Wakefield.
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    Celebrate in style at Wakefield’s best Indian restaurants

    Many of the Indian restaurants in Wakefield are geared towards special celebrations. Whether it’s a birthday bash or a work event, these eateries know how to throw an amazing party. Take Red Chilli II at Kirkgate, for instance, which caters for children. Large and lively parties, such as those for stags and hens, are the speciality of Kashmiri Aroma on Herriot Way. This large and spacious eatery will give you a small area of the restaurant to yourself — if you ask nicely! Another great place for a raucous celebration is Arkaans Restaurant on Doncaster Road, which is located inside a renovated pub. There’s always a great party underway at one of Wakefield’s liveliest Indian restaurants.
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    Book your tables at Indian restaurants in Wakefield to avoid disappointment

    Everyone loves Indian food, so restaurants in Wakefield are often booked up in advance. But you can save time and a great deal of disappointment by booking a table in advance with the Quandoo app. Available in mobile and desktop versions, the app also allows you to compare all of the Indian restaurants in Wakefield. Don’t take chances with your next dining experience — use the Quandoo app to reserve your table.