Best Indian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Indian food in Fraserburgh. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Indian restaurants near you.. Fraserburgh (/ˈfreɪzərbrə/; Scots: The Broch or Faithlie; Scottish Gaelic: A' Bhruaich) is a town in Aberdeenshire, Scotland with a population recorded in the 2011 Census at 13,100. It lies at the far northeast corner of Aberdeenshire, about 40 miles (64 km) north of Aberdeen, and 17 miles (27 km) north of Peterhead. It is the biggest shellfish port in Scotland and one of the largest in Europe, landing over 5,450 tonnes in 2016. Fraserburgh is also a major port for white and pelagic fish.
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4 based on 63 reviews
When we visited here we were the only two in the restaurant (5PM Tuesday).To start we had poppadums and condiments which were good. For mains we had chicken Mughlai Korma & chicken Madras with garlic nan and pilau rice all of which were tasty.There is car parking just round the corner from the restaurant.Good menu to choose from. The waitress was pleasant and efficient.
Best indian Takeway in Fraserburgh. Everyone loves a curry night . Variety of food , vegetarian options are available as well.
I had a takeaway from here last week. I went for the chicken tikka kebab. It was absolutely awesome. Possibly the best I have ever tried. The chicken was delicious. It came with a naan bread and salad. The chilli sauce was really fine too. It cost only Â£6.50 which was good value for money. The service was really good as well. I will definitely eat here again soon and I would recommend this place to others.
4 based on 70 reviews
Staff are treated terribly by owners and owners are very rude. If you tip the staff the owners take it and say they give it to charity which is a complete lie. Do not eat here
I visited early on a Saturday evening but was disappointed with the meal. Firstly, I asked for a soda water and orange juice, but they'd "run out of orange juice". Secondly, I ordered an attractive sounding Goan seafood cocktail main course. Unfortunately, they'd run out of scallops too, so I accepted the replacement of prawns. When it arrived at my table and I started eating turned out that they must have run out of monkfish as well because, although mentioned prominently on the menu listing, there was none in the dish, only pieces of salmon. The monkfish was the main reason I'd ordered it. The sauce too tasted like it was made with a large proportion of tomato ketchup, which to me is a chef's lazy shortcut. I don't normally put vinegar or sugar in my own curries, and didn't like it here either. The onion bhaji starter was actually good so maybe I was just unlucky with the main course. However, I did hear the waiter say at another table that they'd run out of something else. Sadly it came over as being rather unprofessional, under-prepared, and was a dispiriting experience, memorable only for the wrong reasons. I won't be returning
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