Discover Restaurants offering the best Indian food in Bexhill-on-Sea, England, United Kingdom. Bexhill-on-Sea (often simply Bexhill) is a seaside town situated in the county of East Sussex in South East England. An ancient town and part of the local-government district of Rother, Bexhill is home to a number of archaeological sites, a Manor House in the Old Town, an abundance of Edwardian and Victorian architecture, and the famous De La Warr Pavilion: today a centre for contemporary art – which has featured the work of Andy Warhol, Cerith Wyn Evans and Richard Wilson amongst others – and an auditorium, where Bob Marley had his first UK appearance and has since seen performances by Elvis Costello, Goldfrapp, Ray Davies, Years and Years, Pati Smith and Lauri Anderson.
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3 based on 118 reviews
Incredible takeaway - tasty dishes, spicy, full of flavour but not oily, these are cooked so well. The restaurant itself doesn't look state of the art but who cares, food is amazing. I ordered the naga mirth masala, highly recommend it
4 based on 31 reviews
Eastern Flavour opened in 1997 and has since come to be regarded as one of the best Indian takeway in South-East Cost of England. Eastern Flavour is known for modern Indian cuisine with a delicate use of spices to create outstanding dishes.. Our menu incl
Ive always been a big fan of here in the past. Their mild dishes were all very different from each other, but now the passanda is very much like the korma etc. The tikka masala used to be in a smokey sweet tasting league of its own. Even the colours changed from how it used to be and it's quite bland now.And if you like onion bhajees, don't be tempted, they are always totally either over cooked or refried to a crunchy barely edible morsel. What's gone wrong here I just don't know, have staff changed who knows, but the result is this is a shadow of how good it was 12 months ago, the onion bhajees alone are a total waste of money.So come on Eastern Flavour, get your act back together and look back to how your food used to be. Why be ok when you used to be excellent!
3 based on 134 reviews
Only 2 other people at 8.45 on a Saturday night maybe should have been a warning. (We were a party of 3) Service started well but on ordering main lamb dish asked for mild rather the the described medium hot which received a lukewarm response. So disappointing when served it was medium hot. However, one of the other mains was Salmon Tika Masala which turned up reddish colour sweet and with coconut, clearly not as expected. When queried we were told that is how it is served and we should have asked when ordering! There was no description on the menu. Finally it was removed from the bill but at this stage service was non existent - we shall not be returning as the evening had been spoilt by owner/head waiters attitude.
3 based on 307 reviews
âWe welcome customers to the best Indian Restaurant around. Our beautiful restaurant, attentive service and genuine hospitality is the ideal plae for a memorable night out. We guarantee you will want to come again and again and again. Every time you do, w
Consistently good food, lots of options available. All nicely wrapped ready to eat. Great food been going for years. Restaurant looks very appealing, although never used it. Parking looks like it might be a bit of a bun fight!!! Thank you for taking the time to review our take-away service and for your kind comments and feedback.
4 based on 84 reviews
Visiting parent in little common found usual takeaway and backup shut. Found the Bengal brasserie and ordered.Checked trip advisor after wards and thought oh dear.How wrong can previous reviews be.Onion Bhagis good. Chicken and veg dahnsak great, korma good and portion sizes very good.Have no hesitation in using this takeaway again.
5 based on 34 reviews
Having owned a successful restaurant/country pub, I eat out with a very critical eye! This was my first visit to Little India and I was impressed both by the food and the service. But, you must retain this excellent standard. So many begin well and take their eye off the ball and slip away. I'll be back: you won't know me. If the standard is the same, I will write another glowing review. If not, I won't return. Right now, you have become my favourite Indian restaurant. KEEP IT UP!
4 based on 350 reviews
We were looking for some where to have a evening out, not familiar with Curry House's in ~Bexhill and like many dubious about first times. But what a meal and the people were so pleasant totally enjoyed. Reasonable price, not cheap but right side of expensive. Strangely we were in Currys Bexhill buying a tablet and they recommended which with hind-sight is quite odd and potentially risky.
4 based on 1249 reviews
We are The Chilli Tree Asian Cuisine Quality Fusion Food served daily 12pm-2pm 6pm- 11pmWe also serve a Full Englishfry up!! 7am- 11am. We have full disabled accesscar parkair con'a fully stocked and licensed bar.Our restaurant is welcoming to all-individ
They have a varied and well-described menu. I find in many Indian restaurants dishes emerge from the kitchen looking very similar. Here you can get dishes that are very different and complement each other. The quality was good, as was the hospitality. They even have a deal on Friday and Saturday - any starter and main, plus rice, side and naan bread for Â£12.95. No licence so you can bring your own alcohol with no corkage fee.
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