In any discussion about Indian restaurants in the UK, Bradford would have a strong claim to be the nation's curry capital. The West Yorkshire city boasts a huge range of Indian restaurants, reflecting Bradford's substantial Bangladeshi, Pakistani, and Indian communities. Bangladeshi families dominated Indian restaurants in West Yorkshire in the 1960s and 70s, but the present scene offers a broad range of regional cuisines, including Kashmiri, Gujerati and Nepali places. It's a city where the curry aficionado can discover new culinary sensations around every corner.
With so much competition, Bradford chefs stay alert to the latest trends and ensure their menus are competitive. The extensive Asian community of West Yorkshire means that restaurants have plenty of spices, produce, and specialist ingredients available and the result is a vibrant and innovative Indian dining scene. The restaurant trade is focused on Bradford, but most towns in West Yorkshire will offer at least one Indian dining option, and usually there are several to choose from. Use Quandoo's online reservations to book a table at your choice of the region's Indian restaurants.