Find out what Bangladeshi restaurants to try in Bridgnorth. Bridgnorth is a town in Shropshire, England. The Severn Valley splits it into a High Town and Low Town, the upper town on the right bank and the lower on the left bank of the River Severn. The population at the 2011 Census was 12,079.
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4 based on 333 reviews
Great Indian food at a reasonable price, served by efficient and pleasant staff in contemporary surroundings....what's not to like?
4 based on 377 reviews
We were celebrating my birthday and wedding anniversary, we were very well looked after by the staff, we were a table of 16 on a very busy night and it all went very smoothly, we always use this place when we are in town we will return of course! We always try our best to accommodate to large groups, and try to make sure your special day is not wasted, its our pleasure to provide you quality food! Hope to see you soon
4 based on 191 reviews
Our expert & experienced chefs use their expertise to enhance the exceptional Indian cuisine by combining it with the restaurant's own unique style to provide a dining experience that is sure to excite the palate and make your meal a memorable one. Each d
My wife, son and daughter went here for a birthday curry for my daughter. We all had a glass of diet coke, which was flat, but chose not to say anything until we'd eaten. We all had a poppadom with salad and sauces, which were nice. For our meal, 2 of us had the tandoori mixed grill with nan bread, one had an exclusive combination dish which was a half portion of chicken tikka masala and chicken korma, while the other had the chicken tikka masala. We had 2 portions of fried rice and 2 vegetable side dishes. All of us really enjoyed the food, no complaints, and the bill came in at Â£51 after we had Â£19 taken off with the Taste card. The waiter was very pleasant, but he did seem a little inexperienced, and while clearing the table knocked my daughter's knife onto her new top, staining it. There just didn't seem to be a lot of atmosphere or character in there though, bearing in mind that we were the only ones in there at the time. Those things aside though, the main thing is the quality of the food, and that I can't fault.
4 based on 120 reviews
Seven or eight of us friends from college days in 1970s meet 5 times per year in Bridgnorth for a beer and curry.We always go to Saros Restaurant. The place is small and initimate, but Always a warm welcome awaits. The food is excellent matched by super service- all matched to each persons personal tastes.Also played is music to our liking eg Northern Soul!Well done Saros Jas and Team
4 based on 83 reviews
One of the oldest restaurants in the area, the Himalaya Tandoori Restaurant in Bridgnorth has served traditional Indian food for over 35 years. Cooking with only the finest ingredients and sourcing locally whenever possible ensures that the Himalaya Resta
We came for my 70th birthday.The greeting is always friendly and professional.The food is quite superb! we started with popadoms and pickle. I had Murgi Masalam.So delicious.A bottle of Australian Cabernet Shiraz and everyone was enjoying the experience.Thanks to all.
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