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Indian Restaurants in Walsall

 Tuck into some superb curries at Walsall's Indian restaurants

Dive into the local dining scene by checking out Quandoo's selection of Walsall's finest Indian restaurants. The town has some cracking curry houses which compare favourably to the best you'll find in Birmingham, Wolverhampton or Dudley, with dishes from all over the subcontinent on offer. There are options inside the Broadway and in neighbouring areas like Wednesbury, too. So explore, find somewhere convenient and get ready to tuck into some spicy masterpieces.

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Cinnamon Court

Cinnamon Court

Bentley
Indian££££
5.2/6103
Cinnamon Court
Spice Lounge – Wolverhampton

Spice Lounge – Wolverhampton

Willenhall
Indian££££
5.5/661
Spice Lounge – Wolverhampton
The Hooded Ram

The Hooded Ram

Centre
Indian££££
5.0/621
The Hooded Ram
Imanis Restaurant

Imanis Restaurant

Sutton Coldfield
Indian££££
5.8/616
Imanis Restaurant
Yew Tree - West Bromwich

Yew Tree - West Bromwich

West Bromwich
Indian££££
6.0/63
Yew Tree - West Bromwich
The Village Lodge

The Village Lodge

Town Centre
Indian££££
6.0/63
The Village Lodge
Delhi Dining

Delhi Dining

Erdington
Indian££££
5.8/65
Delhi Dining
The Sportsman Club

The Sportsman Club

West Bromwich
Indian££££
5.0/62
The Sportsman Club
The House of India

The House of India

Centre
Indian££££
4.0/64
The House of India
Delhi 6

Delhi 6

Sutton Coldfield
Indian££££
Delhi 6
Old India

Old India

Willenhall
Indian££££
Old India
Kiran's

Kiran's

Darlaston
Indian££££
Kiran's
Shimla Peppers

Shimla Peppers

Town Centre
Indian££££
Shimla Peppers
The Baburchi

The Baburchi

Wednesfield
Indian££££
5.5/612
The Baburchi

Malabar

Aldridge
Indian££££
5.4/622
Malabar

Shireen's

Aldridge
Indian££££
5.9/613
Shireen's

Special Spices

Great Barr
Indian££££
5.3/616
Special Spices

Johnny Spice Buffet

Centre
Indian££££
4.8/617
Johnny Spice Buffet

Lamp Restaurant & Bar

Centre
Indian££££
5.4/610
Lamp Restaurant & Bar

President Lounge

Town Centre
Indian££££
6.0/61
President Lounge
  1. 1.

    There are some great Indian restaurants in central Walsall

    Central Walsall is full of Indian restaurants to make any curry fan's mouth water. In fact, it's like a smaller version of Birmingham, offering a high concentration of balti maestros along with an increasing quota of chefs from other parts of India. For example, there's a branch of the premium Five Rivers Group on Vicarage Place which styles itself as a cross between a traditional tandoori and a classy continental brasserie. The food measures up to the image as well, with head chef Rashpal Sunner capable of whipping up amazing Punjabi dishes. And with alternatives like President Lounge in the town centre, you don't have to move far to find great Indian restaurants in Walsall.
  2. 2.

    Explore the Indian restaurants near Walsall

    Still, it's well worth having a look at the Indian restaurants in Walsall's neighbours. A couple of miles to the south, West Bromwich hosts highlights like the Curry N Grill House, which mixes up down-to-earth ambience with incredible grilled meat kebabs and plenty of vegetarian or gluten-free options, too. Over in Wednesbury, the options expand even further, with quality options like the Lamp Restaurant. Their kitchen is one of the most diverse around, creating sublime versions of favourites like jalfrezis, and less well-known tawa or sagwala dishes. It's a great place for a curry exploration.
  3. 3.

    Make a date with mates at Walsall's best Indian restaurants

    Along with pure gourmet Indian restaurants in Walsall and the surrounding area, foodies will also find plenty of relaxed venues which straddle the roles of bar and restaurant with aplomb. At locations like Cinnamon Court, you can relax before dinner with some cocktails and a beer or two, before getting down to business with exotic mains like chicken rangeen (cooked with a touch of mango chutney added to the sauce). So get your friends together. It's time for an Indian feast.