Best Indian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Indian food in North Queensferry. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Indian restaurants near you.. North Queensferry is a village in Fife, Scotland, on the Firth of Forth, between the Forth Bridge and the Forth Road Bridge, and 10 miles (16.1 km) from Edinburgh. According to the 2011 census, the village has a population of 1,076. It is the southernmost settlement in Fife.
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4 based on 14 reviews
A small family run Pakistani restaurant and bar with large ideas. We serve the finest Pakistani/Indian cuisine for all to enjoy. Our new buffet restaurant is open and we serve a delicious range of starters and curries freshly made, daily for everyone to m
Great food cooked fresh on a buffet. The starters were a good mix. They took into account my allergy and advised me what was good for me. Good value for money
4 based on 274 reviews
Stumbled on this wee gem by accident and so glad we did. We had the lunch menu for Â£7.95 and what great value for money. The food was absolutely gorgeous and plenty of chicken in our mains. The staff were extremely pleasant. Would highly recommend.We will definitely be back.
5 based on 101 reviews
Authentic Indian Cuisine, with exceptional atmosphere and sitting
With a firm favourite in Dunfermline for Indian/Nepalese cuisine already in town, gave this restaurant a try as had heard good things about it. Was not disappointed, especially as there was a friendly face on the Service team.Food choice was good, service was friendly, professional and we really enjoyed our food - starters, rice and Naan all stood out out.Even though our visit was early in the week, quite a few diners in and the atmosphere added to our visit.Good value for money too, will be back.
4 based on 901 reviews
Khushi's was the first Indian restaurant opened in Scotland in 1947.
We found the service was impeccable, the food was world class in a lovely setting. Very tasty! We didnât feel rushed and really enjoyed our meals. Would highly recommend Kushis. Most of their dining area was upstairs, so for any families members with a disability you could request one of the areas downstairs.
Decided to give this new takeaway and try and were not disappointed. Very traditional tasting dishes, fab dip selection, kids loved korma, lovely rice, tasty nan tikka masala but too spicy for the little people. Great friendly service, well cooked food and speedy service.
4 based on 532 reviews
First time here last night as usually go to another local India Restaurant but will be making Apricot our 'go to' one from now on. There were six of us & every one said the food was exceptonal. Service was good with friendly waiters & the place was spotless.
4 based on 169 reviews
Funky cocktails, street food representing all the main Indian cities served in a a cool setting with swing seats, market stall and tuk-tuks! The first of it's type in Fife, this is must visit place if you are a true food lover
Really enjoyed our evening at Dhoom. The food was lovely, we had the taster menu to start, everything was really tasty. The staff were very attentive and explained each dish and the area it was from. The main courses were lovely too all plates were cleared. Would certainly recommend this Indian restaurant, a bit special from the norm.
4 based on 684 reviews
We have achieved a reputation for excellent cuisine and fine dining. Our food is prepared with the finest fresh herbs, spices and fresh produce available. You can enjoy the very best of Indian and Nepalese cuisine prepared by individual chefs with a touch
I recently visited Everest for my birthday dinner and cannot rate it highly enough. Lovely little restaurant with friendly staff. The food is amazing, cooked to perfection and good size portions. They even gave me a free drink for my birthday which was a nice touch. This has definitely become my favourite place for eating out and takeaways. Highly recommend a visit.
4 based on 256 reviews
Finest Indian cuisine in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The Management and Staff take great pride in serving you the very best Indian cuisine .
Although there is nothing particularly spectacular about Queens Spice (the room is a little cramped and the decor quite traditional), the welcome and service are pleasant and the quality of ingredients are good. I ordered a Chicken Pathia, traditionally a mild/middling spicy dish, but it was the nippiest curry I've ever eaten, and I found myself sweating profusely as I ate. I also feel that such a strong spiciness took away from the sweet and sour taste I was hoping for.Having said that, the prices are very reasonable for just outside Edinburgh, and I would come again.
4 based on 183 reviews
We dined here for lunch. Greeting reasonable, drinks and food ordered quite matter of fact. Completely different experience from diners who were recognised as repeat customers. Why the difference? Do you not want us to be repeat customers?Customer service should be at one standard for all.Really disappointed.Hi Kelpiefan. Thank you for taking time to review us. I am so glad that you enjoyed your meal but sorry for your disappointment about our welcoming to customers. Our front team is working together for a long time, thatâs why our most of the customers known to each other like a family but we will make sure that New customers also welcome equally. Look forward to seeing you again.
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