Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in Salisbury, England, United Kingdom. If you saw Chevy Chase's masterpiece European Vacation, you'll recognize Stonehenge's massive formation. (As a citizen of the world, you should recognize Stonehenge anyway.) The prehistoric stone circle is eight miles from Salisbury, and its visitors provide a boost to the local economy. With a history dating back over 5,000 years, there is no shortage of significant places to visit in and around Salisbury. On the "must see" list are Salisbury Cathedral, Longleat and Stourhead gardens (and Stonehenge, of course).
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4 based on 310 reviews
We are just off the city centre going towards the rail station. A family run restaurant going strong for the past 25 years, we provide you with authentic Indian cuisine to suite all budgets in a great atmosphere.
We visited here last Friday evening and a three course meal took way less than an hour, in fact it was nearer to half an hour. We had booked and were shown to a table, before we had even sat down the waitress was asking for a drinks order, we asked to be allowed to look at the wine list but within 2 minutes she was back so we had to make a rushed choice. We ordered some poppadums and our food order was taken immediately. Before we had finished our poppadums our starter arrived so we had to eat both at the same time which wasnât ideal. Part way through our starter, a trolley appeared and sat behind us with our main courses on. We were still eating our starters at this point and hadnât finished our poppadums either. We told the waiter this and asked for our main courses to go back until weâd finished and had a break. We were told that our main courses could not be kept warm so if we wanted to finish our starter and take a break then the main courses would just have to sit there and go cold, he was very rude. We didnât want this so had to leave our starters half finished and 2 poppadums not eaten. We had asked for water to accompany our meal, this never arrived.We have been going to this restaurant for years but not in the past few months, this was the first time for a while, it is obviously their policy now to rush as many customers through the doors as possible. There is not the customer service nor personal touch that there used to be. We will be looking for another Indian restaurant in Salisbury for future visits. Shah Jahan you have definitely lost our custom.
4 based on 145 reviews
Newly opened fine dining Indian & nepalese restaurant. big party space can accommodate more than 100 guest in one time. separate toilets and bar for private parties.
We had just spent a long day travelling and needed a bite to eat early evening. We turned up just after 5pm and was offered the early diners three course meal for just under Â£10 a head.This could be upgraded to various options on the menu for a small surcharge. I had a beer, popadoms, chicken tikka, a really good lamb curry, with rice and a naan.The service was friendly and the food excellent. I would return
4 based on 220 reviews
After booking our table for 9 we were slightly sceptical having read a few recent bad reviews. However we all can not fault this curry house! We had a really enjoyable evening, helped by the attentiveness of the staff! Good value and bloody lovely food we all had popadoms, starter, main, rice and breads and it was about Â£17 a head. Thank you Arzoo, looking forward to returning!
4 based on 302 reviews
Whatâs happened? Mediocre food and service was mediocre and Iâm so sad as this was once THE place to go for special celebration meals in Salisbury.For the price the food was non descriptive and bland. I went with an old friend and was so ashamed to have raved about it beforehand as wanted a special evening out.
4 based on 769 reviews
It was very nostalgic opening in this lovely city; I spent a couple of my much younger years here. The market square reminds me of the fruit and veg shopping that I used to do on my bike. Never in a million years did I imagine returning as a restaurant ow
Didnât appreciate till closer inspection that this is predominantly Thai cuisine. From afar you would think seafood.It isnât just that .Really acceptable food for what is a chain brand of restaurant.Main moan is that the wine is massively over priced.
4 based on 341 reviews
Located right in the heart of the city, with many attractions close by including the salisbury cathedral and theatres. Also, just a little further along, the famous stonehenge (tour bus available from the train station). We offer asian food inspired by th
We had been wandering for a while trying to find a suitable place for lunch on a busy Saturday. Wagamama looked cool! Had a great lunch and staff were very good explaining the menu. The katsu curry seems to be a hit. I saw so many people ordering it!hi there, thanks so much for taking the time to leave us this great review! we are over the moon to hear that you enjoyed your visit!hopefully we will be seeing you again soon
4 based on 255 reviews
Best Thai food experience in Salisbury. Great combination of authentic Thai food, old English pub charm, good, friendly service and local beers on tap.
4 based on 406 reviews
Spending only one night in Salisbury and wanted some Asian food. Read the re Jews and thought this restaurant would be good. The service was efficient but not actually friendly. The food was quite ordinary, not Thai food as we know it. The Chicken cashew nut was fairly tasteless and the meat in the beef dish was chewy and tasteless. Both dishes were swimming in sauce. Disappointing meal.
4 based on 342 reviews
Our party of five booked for a Saturday night. This place is tiny, and doesnât look much from outside, but please donât let that put you off! This place is amazing! The ladies were incredibly attentive, service was swift and nothing was too much trouble, even though it was really busy. The toilets were clean. The food was amazing. We ordered a myriad of starters and mains and all of them were hot and full of flavour, on different levels. At no point did a dish become boring or âsameyâ. We had a feast for five, bottles of wine, gin and tonics and beers and the bill was Â£130.
4 based on 1459 reviews
Went here for the first time with friends on a Saturday night. Luckily we had booked as it was very busy but nice decor, staff dressed in ethnic clothes which was a nice touch. Crockery and cutlery very high quality and then super menu, took ages to decide what to have!Beautifully presented, even the poppadoms were posh and everyone enjoyed it very much. Not cheap but well worth it! Can recommend very highly
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