Discover Restaurants offering the best Balti food in Swindon, England, United Kingdom. Swindon (/ˈswɪndən/ ( listen)) is a large town in the ceremonial county of Wiltshire, South West England, midway between Bristol, 35 miles (56 kilometres) to the west, and Reading, the same distance to the east. London is 71 miles (114 km) to the east, and Cardiff is 60 miles (97 km) to the west. At the 2011 census, Swindon's built-up area had a population of 182,441.
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4 based on 58 reviews
Needed a delivery so used Chutneys. They said an hour and a half but food arrived in an hour. Much better than the other way round. Whole experience much improved. Printed order attached to bag & printed order tickets stuck on cartons so everything easy to identify & check. Chicken Malai was mild but tasty and the Prawn Sag Madras equally tasty with spice heat just right. Good meal. Would recommend.
4 based on 146 reviews
Ordered Aloo chat and this is what we got. More like a bombay aloo. At least have the courtesy to Google what Aloo chat is and mock it up if you don't know. All curry's were full of oil in the same kind of curry sauce. Totally disappointed and certainly never going. This is NOT Indian food.
4 based on 412 reviews
Indian/ Bangladeshi restaurant and take away Think of india and one of the first things that comes to mind is itâs diversity. The language are numerous and every state is unique in its traditions and ...food! However, the common thread that runs through a
Iâve organised many team meals but never once has everyone said how much they enjoyed it. The service was impeccable, friendly and attentive. The food (5 course set menu) was delicious with a great variety enabling people to try things they wouldnât normally. The fact the place was rammed on a Wednesday says everything to me. If youâre in Swindon definitely pay them a visit, you wonât regret it.
4 based on 219 reviews
The food was ok. Starters were the highlight, served in a modern style and tasted very good. The main course was more standard indian cuisine. My wifeâs chicken was a touch dry and mine had a strange coating but tasted ok.My main issue was that after finishing, the plates were not collected for a good 30 minutes. Itâs not very nice trying to relax after a big meal with uneaten food on the table.I noticed a couple who were on a table for 4 were forced to move to a smaller table, despite being served starters and drinks. Completely unacceptable. And another couple had to stand next to our table whilst we paid our bill so they could then use it. Not sure we will return to a restaurant that values cramming in customers to providing a welcoming experience.
4 based on 320 reviews
This is a high-end contemporary Indian restaurant, newly opened so I think their url isn't working yet. Their phone number is 01793 791888.
As an Indian I have always struggled to find "Authentic" Indian flavours in restaurants especially outside London and LeicesterBurj has completed that gap for us especially in this part of UK.Khatta Baingan was a delight that I will not forget and will come again for thatNaans are fresh and the way you find them back home in India, unlike the ones that you find in curry housesThe staff is pleasant, knowledgeable and always ready to helpMost recommended if you want to enjoy real taste of India without going to IndiaAshutosh
4 based on 221 reviews
The Maharajah is famous for its exceptional food and there is always something special going on. From the moment you walk through the door a special dining experience awaits you. We accept bookings for parties of ten or more or just for that romantic meal
My wife and I decided to give this restaurant a try having moved into the area recently. The previous reviews on TripAdvisor and the high ranking indicated we were in for a real treat, and our new local indian restaurant.The decor is lovely, but other than that it was all rather average really. Our starters were okay (mixed tandoori and a chicken tikka), but not as nice as most. Our main course were a bit of a mixed experience, my curry was very good indeed, but my wifeâs shashlick just consisted of a large chicken tikka starter, no sizzling plate or skillet, just bland with some fried onions.The service was very slow, no smiles, no asking if the meal was okay, just the bare minimum.Sadly I donât think weâll return, just not quite good enough really. Not cheap either.
4 based on 1072 reviews
The Jewel In The Crown is a family-run business celebrating its 30 Year Anniversary. Our Award Winning Chefs create fresh to order exquisite Indian Cuisine
We were here as 2 couples, a friendly greeting on arrival and a nice big round table for the 4 of us, so plenty of space. It doesn't feel cramped up here, so that was nice. The decor is neutral and we loved all the gorgeous chandeliers! The service was excellent, staff were all really friendly and helpful and ordering was very easy. Lots of menu choice, 3 of the 4 of us went for the special - lamb & pumpkin curry, this was absolutely delicious and can really recommend this dish which we had with rice and a couple of side dishes that were recommended by our waiter. The toilet facilities are near the services entrance, so that's a bit odd, only one female loo which was snug - but you're not here for that....You're not rushed either, plenty of staff around - no waiting for service, and they constantly check everything is ok with you but not ott. We all enjoyed our evening and we will be returning here and looking forward to the next visit already! Wonder what the next special might be Go try the lamb & pumpkin curry.... which is also available with an alternative to the lamb.... mmmm amazing!
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