Discover Restaurants offering the best Indian food in Drogheda, Province of Leinster, Ireland. Drogheda (/ˈdrɒhədə/; /ˈdrɔːdə/; Irish: Droichead Átha, meaning "bridge of the ford") is one of the oldest towns in Ireland. It is known for its tourism and as a centre of industry and medical care. It is located in County Louth on the Dublin-Belfast corridor on the east coast of Ireland, 49 km or 30 miles north of Dublin, with a population of approximately 41,000 inhabitants (2016). It is the last bridging point on the River Boyne before it enters the Irish Sea. The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Newgrange is located 8 km to west of the town.
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3 based on 23 reviews
Got a takeway from here as it was voted best takeaway. I love Indian food but my husband doesn't so much. I decided one night to get food from there when he was not home so myself and my daughter decided to treat ourselves. I was so excited but when I got the food and tasted it I was so disappointed. I thought it was too sweett as if there was sugar in all the meals. My daughter felt the same. We actually threw out out the food and I hate to waste food. It was the first and only takeout food I have ever thrown out. Will never eat there again and I was so sad and sorry for the bad review.
4 based on 19 reviews
The place was deserted, which is never a good sign. But actually the food was enjoyable and reasonably priced. I did find myself wondering how they make a profit with so few customers.
4 based on 86 reviews
I've been to the Punjab many times and this is first review . Located on main Dublin road out Drogheda . It is a small quaint intimate restaurant similar to a front living room . In short we had lamb masala , chicken korma , prawn byriani and chicken Tikka with selection of Nan breads . The dishes were succulent and so tasty I could pick a dish with eyes closed and be sure that it would be fabulous . They have a bring your own drink policy too with no corkage charge so it's a win win . Highly recommend the Punjab house . .
4 based on 38 reviews
First time visit here with my husband on Friday night. Place was very quiet around 730. Had the tandoori meat platter to share. Really good. Nice portion size. I had the chicken Korma for main. Yummy. Not too creamy just prefect. My husband had the beef balti. Pilau rice & garlic naan with a few cobra and tiger beers finished it all off. Decor is totally dated but certainly wouldn't put me off going again.
4 based on 100 reviews
Tamarind Indian Cuisine is well known for its hospitality, food quality and variety in Indian food. Tamarind Indian Cuisine's Head Chef Kamal have over 20 years experience working in many of the World's finest Indian Restaurants. He and his team bring man
Visited with wife and 2 teenage kids . Very clean place with friendly and efficient service. Food is top quality and highly recommended. We will be making more regular visits to this restaurant . Have been in past and always found to ok but seems like they have upped there game now and is really good. Well done to staff and management !
4 based on 39 reviews
Kings "la cuisine creole" is a blend of Chinese, European and Indian influences in the history of Mauritius. You will find us on Stockwell Street where food is fit for royalty! Dine in or take out
'A burger, a burger! My kingdom for a decent burger!' Okay, Richard III probably never ate a burger in his life, but he missed nothing here. The service was slow, in spite of the fact there were only 6 customers in the restaurant. The waitress attended the table beside us twice without checking to see if we were ready to order. I had to do my stinky eye glare (It's not as imposing as it sounds, more like a fluffy teddy bear glare really) to attract attention. I was surprised at the high prices and the breakfast must be one of the most expensive in town at â¬13.95. There's not all that much in it either and unless I was hallucinating it comes with lettuce. Hmmm. Anyway the burger duly appeared in front of me and it looked good. I lifted it up to my head, and a torrent of juices seeped out, almost wetting my nice clean trousers. I contemplated asking for a straw but gamely carried on and drank the burger. But just as I was finishing, I discovered an eyebrow betwixt the baps. Ow! Normally I'd complain, but the food was practically gone and it looked like I was trying to pull a fast one and get a freebie. My friend was unhappy also, with her sausage only cooked properly on one side. So up to pay. The 2 waitresses were quite friendly so I tipped them for that. Sadly the waitress never thanked me for the tip although I did it right in front of her. It's the little things. So, we didn't get the royal treatment in Kings and I doubt if I'll return. As Henry VIII cried out on his deathbed 'All is lost!'
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