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Indian Restaurants in West Midlands

 Enjoy balti dishes at Indian restaurants in the West Midlands

A love of Indian cuisine unites most of the UK, but there is some dispute about where the nation's curry capital is. Leicester and Bradford would stake their claims, but Birmingham would be a strong candidate as well. Indian restaurants in the West Midlands gave us the balti phenomenon, taking its name from the steel pot in which the sizzling curries are prepared. These type of Indian restaurants started out in the Birmingham districts of Moseley and Sparkhill, offering freshly-prepared curries with large naan breads for diners to share.

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Pushkar

City Centre
Indian££££
5.3/6786

Kababish Restaurant Moseley

Moseley
Indian££££
5.4/6194

Praza

Edgbaston
Indian££££
5.3/6234
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Warwick Spice

Bridge End
Indian££££
5.5/6210

James Dahl Indian

Chinese Quarter
Indian££££
5.3/6153

The Lloyds Indian Restaurant

Kwole
Indian££££
5.3/6113

Thespians Indian Restaurant

Centre
Indian££££
5.1/6112

Bangla Lounge Halesowen

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.4/6122

The Keg & Grill

City Centre
Indian££££
5.4/6108

Rajdoot Tandoori - Birmingham

Jewellery Quarter
Indian££££
5.2/697

Cinnamon Court

Bentley
Indian££££
5.2/6105

Saffron Gold

Packmores
Indian££££
5.5/674

Mela - Harborne

Harborne
Indian££££
5.3/678

Jaipur Cottage

Clent
Indian££££
5.3/686

Indico Street Kitchen & Bar

Shirley
Indian££££
4.8/644

Spice Lounge – Wolverhampton

Willenhall
Indian££££
5.5/660

Asian Grill

Sutton Coldfield
Indian££££
5.2/640

Itihaas Restaurant

Jewellery Quarter
Indian££££
4.7/630

Millennium Balti

Kings Heath
Indian££££
5.8/655

Shenapur

Hall Green
Indian££££
5.7/615
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    West Midlands restaurants offer vibrant, fresh Indian flavours

    The style spread around the region and many West Midlands Indian restaurants are balti houses. The West Midlands has a substantial Indian, Bangladeshi, and Pakistani population, ensuring there is a plentiful supply of imported spices and specialist ingredients. Indian cuisine in the region could claim to be among the most authentic in the UK and certainly Indian restaurants are a vital part of a weekend night out in the West Midlands. If you’re visiting the area, use Quandoo to reserve a table online at West Midlands Indian restaurants.