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Indian Restaurants In Nottingham
by: Adam Roberts

Popular with partygoers after a few pints of beer, great as a setting for a celebration, a good place for a first date, and home to the UK's new national dish - we can only be talking about Indian restaurants.

From Manchester's famous Curry Mile to the balti houses in Birmingham and London, there are thousands of Indian restaurants to choose from in the UK today. The Indian restaurants in Nottingham are characterised by a hot and spicy curry, but there is a lot more to Indian food.

Flavours to Savour - Indian restaurants in Nottingham

The main ingredient used in Indian cuisine is obviously curry powder or paste but Indians also use many other spices in their food, including cinnamon, chillies and coriander, to name but a few.

There are many different types of curries available at Indian restaurants in Nottingham, including balti, tikka masala, bhuna, rogan josh and korma. Some curries are actually the invention of Indian restaurants in Nottingham, such as the Madras, which is a red or brown coloured, very hot curry that is rich in tomatoes. Restaurateurs introduced the Madras as a hotter version of the popular milder curries.

Indian curries are usually thick and creamy, and are usually made with chicken or lamb and vegetables. Other Indian delights well worth sampling when you head out for a curry include nan bread, pilau rice, onion bhajis, poppadums and sheek kebab.

Indian restaurants in Nottingham - First visit food

If you are going to Indian restaurants in Nottingham for the first time then you'll want to choose a meal that reflect authentic Indian flavours. At the same time, you may only have a delicate palate and will therefore want to avoid hot and very hot curries.

For starters why not have the traditional poppadums with mango chutney, mint yogurt, and onions or an onion bhaji. If you want a mild curry then opt for a korma or tikka masala with pilau rice, and why not do things the English way by washing it all down with a pint of lager!

Get a feel for Indian restaurants in Nottingham

Indian restaurants in Nottingham pride themselves on authentic and welcoming décor, so expect to find lots of deep red and gold décor, comfy seating, and well-dressed waiters in the more traditional Indian restaurants. Modern equivalents may be less authentic, opting for a minimalist look instead but they will be light, bright, airy and comfortable.

Finding Indian restaurants in Nottingham

If you're looking for top class Indian restaurants in Nottingham where you can choose from a range of exquisite food then you might want to check out these:

Bombay Brasserie Indian Restaurant in Nottingham
Chutney Indian Restaurant in Nottingham
City Life Indian Restaurant in Nottingham
Curry Lounge Indian Restaurant in Nottingham
Mogal-E-Azam Indian Restaurant in Nottingham
The Cumin Indian Restaurant in Nottingham
The Viceroy Indian Restaurant in Nottingham

Things to look out for at Indian restaurants in Nottingham

There are a few things to remember when eating in Indian restaurants in Nottingham, and the first thing is that some Indian curries extremely hot and spicy, such as vindaloo, so if you do not know which ones they are make sure you ask your waiter.

If you are heading to Indian restaurants in Nottingham for the first time and want to sample as much of the cuisine as possible then why not choose an all-you-can-eat Indian buffet restaurants, which serves its dishes in a buffet-style environment for a set price, so you can try everything on the menu!

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