Best Indian Restaurants in Nottingham

Apr 9, 2018

Nottingham is home to some of the finest curry houses in the nation. With the flavours of Punjab mixing with the tastes of Kashmir, there’s plenty of specialities to sample.

With a host of long-established restaurants and bright, new eateries, choosing a place for dinner can often seem like a mountainous task.

If you’ve got a craving for spice, look no further than this list of the very best Indian restaurants in Nottingham.

Calcutta Club

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First opened in 2014, the Calcutta Club is one of the most popular joints in the city. Fiery curries, sumptuous seafood and locally-sourced ingredients abound at this city centre spot.

Plenty of style and substance, Calcutta Club is inspired by the world’s oldest polo club and the dinners the Maharaja would historically enjoy there.

We recommend the Keralan fish curry, starring a hefty monkfish or plentiful king prawns in a fresh tamarind sauce.

8-10 Maid Marian Way, Nottingham, NG1 6HS (calcuttaclub)

The Cumin

With deep roots that can be traced back to the Punjab area of Northern India, The Cumin is a family owned spot that first opened in 2007. This is an award-winning restaurant spread over two floors decorated in that iconic British-Indian style.

Well priced, with a great range of veg and meat dishes, The Cumin also partners with Deliveroo, meaning you can get quality Punjabi grub without leaving your sofa.

62-64 Maid Marian Way, Nottingham, NG1 6BJ (thecumin)

Masala Junction

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A family-run joint that serves up delicious home-cooking style grub in the heart of Nottingham. The third restaurant opened by the Aziz family, after The Indian and MemSaab, there are over 25 years of experience holding up Masala Junction.

Kashmiri cuisine at its best. We recommend partnering a paneer and broccoli tikka with a tomatoey lahori cholay.

301 Mansfield Rd, Nottingham NG5 2DA (masalajunction)


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Kitted out in classic Indian restaurant elegance, Anoki brings a slice of fine dining to Nottingham’s streets.

Nestled away in Lace Market district, this stellar restauarnat specialises in curried fish dishes. Why not plump for a tasty tandoori sea bass or the succulent salmon dill tikka.

Gothic House, Barker Gate, Nottingham NG1 1JU (anoki)

The Balti House

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The Balti House has been dishing up great Indian dishes for over three decades. In that time, they’ve become one of the finest curry houses in all of Nottingham.

Extremely well priced, you can pick up a Balti set menu for £9.95 until 10PM, made up of one starter, one main, pilau rice and a plain naan or tandoori roti.

Probably some of the best value for your sterling you’ll find around these parts.

35 Heathcoat St, Nottingham, NG1 3AG (thebaltihouse)

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