Find out what Balti restaurants to try in Comber. Comber (from Irish: An Comar, meaning "the confluence") is a small town in County Down, Northern Ireland. It lies 5 miles south of Newtownards, at the northern end of Strangford Lough. It is situated in the townland of Town Parks, the civil parish of Comber and the historic barony of Castlereagh Lower. Comber is part of the Borough of Ards. It is also known for Comber Whiskey which was last distilled in 1953. A notable native was Thomas Andrews, the designer of the RMS Titanic and was among the many who went down with her. It had a population of 9,078 people in the 2011 Census.
Things to do in Comber
4 based on 92 reviews
Experience the finest authentic Indian cuisine served in a warm, welcoming atmosphere
I just got a takeaway, a wee bit like warm but 15 minutes in the oven it was really lovely and worth the wait. I did let them know it was a tad cold, they were very gracious. Thanks Comber Tandoori you are truly professional.
4 based on 50 reviews
We have been in Comber since 1995 serving only the best Indian food in County Down. The restaurant is licenced, however, you can bring your own drink and there are no corkage charges. Every Sunday evening is dedicated to Buffet where you can experience th
The Raj doesnât disappoint, it is consistently good. Came here bank holiday weekend, the food is so fresh and staff provided a friendly atmosphere. Catered well for our children 8 & 6, they had home made chicken nuggets, we had tandoori prawns sizzling, good quality and plentiful, also lamb saag which was so fresh and mild, very relaxed and even though we didnât bring our own wine (had a bottle of house white) it was still good value.
4 based on 298 reviews
Award winning restaurant serving the best in traditional indian cuisine with a contemporary twist with excellent service to match. We have a great range of early bird and special deals all year round.
We have eaten here once before a long time ago. We ordered Lahore Gosht, butter chicken and a korma for our daughter, as well as the tapas starter.The butter chicken had slices of chicken that obviously were added to the sauce rather than authentically cooked taking on flavour. This dish is supposed to be flavoursome, rich and with the chicken marinaded and cooked in the sauce. The korma was exactly the same as the butter chicken but with chunkier pieces of meat. My daughter aged 9 was given a full adult size portion.Having travelled to India many many times this restaurant left a lot to be desired.When our plates were taken away and the butter chicken had not been touched my husband told the waiter that it was not good, we got no apology and upon paying the bill they had not removed the cost of the dish or offered any reasoning for the food being below par.We have no issue paying for food, but for two adults and one child an Â£80 bill seems excessive for what we got.Really poor food - such a shame.Wonât be back.
4 based on 2912 reviews
we are now open in our new state of the art premises at 68-72 great Victoria street Belfast, Serving the very best in Indian cuisine and expertly mixed cocktails.
Our second time eating in Nu Delhi and this time brought our friends with us to try it. We all went for the banquet which is 3 courses for Â£22 and excellent value. The menu has so much choice and the food we picked was delicious. The service from Ved was second to none... attentive and personable ..just a nice guy..Our food was washed down with deliciously cold pints of Cobra and then we all sampled cocktails from the extensive drinks menu. What a great night out !
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.