Find out what Indian restaurants to try in Bedford. Bedford is the county town of Bedfordshire, England. The town has a population of around 80,000, whereas the Borough of Bedford had a population of 166,252 in 2015 together with Kempston.
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4 based on 159 reviews
Long-running Indian restaurant with simple, smart decor and a menu of classic dishes, plus takeaway and delivery service available.
Not been here for a while and thought we'd try it out for a change, seems to be a lot better and the food was top notch. Definitely be eating here again!
4 based on 143 reviews
Alamin Tandoori provides modern South Asian cuisine using local ingredients whilst retaining both classic and modern techniques in our food. Alamin Tandoori has been serving culinary sensations since 1992. We pride ourselves with the ability to maintain o
pooped in for a take away. staff very friendly but the food was not great. lamb tandoori was really tough. curries were all bright red and lacking flavour. not impressed.Hello Mr Frank, we are sorry to hear of your experience with Alamin. We are always open to feedback and will take this on board. Should you come back to visit us again, please let us know and we will aim to do our best from your previous trip.
4 based on 127 reviews
We pre booked a table for 8 people - family birthday treat for my son , age range 18-72! We had the table by the window, which was lovely. We ordered champagne , which was chilled and our normal a thousand poppadoms , as we eat our way through them as if we have never eaten them before. Chutneys were good. Everyone had something different, even my mother in law who never eats Indian food - she loved it. Meat was trash and sauces were great. I took my own cake , which they were mire then happy with. We somehow stayed in there for 4 hours .....good times ! The price at the end of the meal for 8 people was great- Thankyou
4 based on 351 reviews
We had the feast option at Thali and Tandoor and the food was lovely! Really good value for money and the food felt authentic - the daal was brilliant. The cocktails had an Indian spin and were delicious.
4 based on 245 reviews
From the moment we entered to saying goodbye, the service here was brilliant. The staff are superb and make you feel so welcome itâs like dining with family. The water feature as you enter is really nice but the artwork throughout the rest of the dining area is somewhat questionable given the erotic nature! Itâs a modern Indian restaurant without the normal cultural photos and vibe. The table was large and clean and the whole visit really comfortable.The menu is a lot more concise than most other Indians but thatâs a positive; it was easy to select a dish even with some unique specials available. The small dining area meant the staff were really responsive at taking the order and always available throughout for drink orders and queries.The food was really good. Portion size was spot on and everything was tasty and cooked well. I did find that the spice levels were low so even ordering their hottest dish was mild to my taste, so worth considering asking for extra if youâre a heat lover. Other than that I struggled to find any other issues though - presentation was great and it was totally enjoyable.Itâs a popular choice for takeaways but dining in certainly offers a better experience and if Iâm looking for a local Indian meal in the future Iâll most likely be returning here!
4 based on 339 reviews
At Cochin,our philosophy is simple.Our aim is to convey our passion for costal south Indian cuisine in a way which gives you a perspective on our quest for perfect ingredients,technique and a deep-seated desire to continue learning and evolving through ol
I am not a veggie but I had a veggie friend visiting and wanted to go somewhere with lots of options. This has lots.The staff are really friendly and helpful. It is not quick... but that is because you can tell that things are cooked freshly. You are not at all rushed so enjoy your conversation the food will be along soon and it is worth the wait.I particularly liked that they asked how spicy we would like the food.We shared the "tea time" and savoury doughnuts as a started and it was lovely. I liked that when we were tucking into the teatime the waiter popped back to say that we might want to try the doughnuts first as they were best eaten hot. When the main meal came I was not sure if it would be filling enough but I was wrong and did not quite finish it. The heat in the spices builds nicely.
4 based on 582 reviews
Three Rooms is a 120 seater Indian restaurant that offers a unique and casual dining experience, situated in the heart of Bedford's town Centre. Ample car parking spaces are also available opposite the restaurant. We invite you to experience fine dining i
This is a great restaurant, and we have had many good meals but when I collect food they don't provide any discount and no freebies like extra poppadum's, things to put on poppodum's etc. which is pretty unusual in the competitive market that is takeaway food in Bedford.If you want a nice and cheap takeaway I'd go elsewhere!Hi! We hope you are keeping well : )We are glad you asked. Please take a moment to read what we have to say. Unfortunately many restaurants have fallen prey to this cycle and created a culture of 'freebies' which as a result has had a severe impact on their bottom line. Many restaurants have opened over the years and many sadly, have closed. Upon closer inspection you will find that such practices play a major role to the failure or success of a business.We believe it is also important for our customers to be made aware of this and if they truly enjoy the food and wish the business stay open, then we would in turn hope that we are supported as a local business.In addition to this, when we follow suite of neighbouring outlets and match offers, there will be a pricing war which only damages the business in the long run. Only those with larger pools of capital can sustain the loss as smaller outlets suffer and eventually fail.We hope this has given light to the situation and answered your question as it is something that we felt was important to address.
4 based on 338 reviews
Diya Royal is the first combined finest Indian and Gurkha restaurant in Bedford. Foods are derived from traditional Indian and Nepalese cuisine where the dishes are cooked in the authentic style of India and Nepal. Our food philosophy is driven by desire
OK. That's a bold claim because I haven't been to all the Indian restaurants in the world. BUT the food here is amazing. It's always fresh and delicious and the service is brilliant. The staff are friendly and willing to offer advice about dishes. Can't wait for my next visit!Thank you very much Rose, thank you very much for rating us so high. It's really good to hear nice feedback from customers after we give our 100%. We will work hard and hard not to disappoint customers like in the future every single time you visit.Thank you once again.
4 based on 741 reviews
Fine dining restaurant
What a lovely restaurant, excellent service, friendly and very accommodating.Good food and are happy to adapt any dish to meet your tastes.Spotless and stunning ladies loo!Would highly recommend this place.
4 based on 478 reviews
Serving fine dine Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine with a friendly atmosphere and staff We pride our self's on cooking with fresh ingredients and spices from our CHEF Abdul Asad with 30yrs experience
Went here for our daughters birthday as itâs one of their favourites.The service from Moses was first rate and the food was really good with a great selection on the specials as well as the standard menu.Fairly quiet but that is expected on a Monday night but couldnât fault any aspect of the evening.Thank you for taking your time out to leaving us a review on your experience with us at deshi spice restaurant we appreciate your feedback and celebrating your daughter's birthday with us
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