7 Unmissable Places to Grab a City Centre Curry

Posted on: 13 October 2017

From the famous Nottingham curry mile to hidden city centre gems - Nottingham has some top spicy spots to enjoy a delicious Ruby Murray! Plus, it's Beer & Curry Weekend from the 11th - 15th October, so what better time to tuck in and enjoy?

4550 Miles From Delhi, Maid Marian Way

Taking a leaf from the original Delhi cuisine book, they have tried to re-create the magic of vintage Delhi curry flavour in their especially cherry-picked medley of Indian dishes at 4550 miles from Delhi, Nottingham. They even have the best chefs from Delhi to give you the best Indian culinary delights. They recommend the lip-smackingly good Tandori Chicken to start and the chilli paneer masala as a delicious main - even meat lovers will come back for more! Take a look at their Christmas menu here.

Singh's, Market Street

Owner and Restaurateur, Mr Singh, and his sons have spared no expense in creating Nottingham’s ultimate dining experience; bringing to Nottingham an authentic Indian cuisine which was served to entertain the guests of the Maharaja’s (meaning ‘Royalty’) Singh's recommend the meaty Dhaba Murghi or veggie Dal Makhani as mains, plus the special offer for curry week is curry, rice beer or wine for only £12 per person. 

Anoki, Barker Gate 

Enjoy a touch of contemporary glamour at Anoki Nottingham. Situated in the heart of the historic Lace Market district of the city and close to the Capital FM Arena, Anoki Nottingham serves up indulgent cuisine in luxurious surroundings.Anoki combines the finest Indian cuisine with amazing service to create the ultimate dining experience.Enjoy 2 for 1 on their award winning cuisine every Friday when each person has a starter and a main. 

Memsaab, Maid Marian Way

MemSaab is a fine dining Indian restaurant in Nottingham comfortably accommodating up to 150. Featuring traditional, perfectly spiced curries through to modern Indian cooking, the menu, like the interior design captures the essence of India whilst placing MemSaab firmly in the 21st century. Owner Amita Sawhney continues to focus on raising the experience of Indian fine dining whilst remaining affordable and enjoyable for curry lovers alike. Pop in and ask about their Diwali menu from the 16th - 22nd October, and check out their Christmas menu here

Tamatanga, Trinity Square

Enjoy real, fresh, homely food with speedy service in a super laid back atmosphere. They grind their own spices by hand and have expertly trained chefs to cook creative curries and more in  clay oven. Each dish is made to order, but that doesn't mean you'll be waiting for ages for some tasty tandoori or magical masala. It’s all true to its roots, just like they make back home. fresh, fabulous & flavoursome.

Pop in and say hello to this 2017 winners of best curry house at The Nottingham Evening Post Food and Drink Awards! They have created recipes inspired from across many of India’s rich regional cuisines and feature timeless classic as well as 4 chef's specials which are changed every month. The team highly recommend the Lamb Nihari, Boatman's Fish Curry and Achari Bengan (pan roasted Aubergine with caramelized onions, tomatoes, roasted ginger, garlic & achari masala mix) Get 20% off your food bill if the entire table is seated before 6:30pm (on Friday and Saturdays vacated by 7:45pm) plus everyone purchases a starter and a main dish each. 


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