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10 Indian Restaurants in Aberdeen

Discover Aberdeen's Indian restaurants by booking with Quandoo

Nestled away in the north of Scotland, Aberdeen is home to Indian restaurants that are honestly are up there with the best around. From Union Street in the centre of town to the University in the north, there are talented chefs all over the city preparing dishes from India's varied culinary traditions for Aberdeen diners to devour. Whether you’re just passing through, studying at the University or a long-term resident, discover Aberdeen's finest Indian restaurants by booking a table with Quandoo today.

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Shahbaaz Tandoori

City Centre
Indian££££
5.5/653
Shahbaaz Tandoori

Shish Tandoori

Bridge of Don
Indian££££
5.5/617
Shish Tandoori

Shri Bheema's - Aberdeen

City Centre
Indian££££
5.5/615
Shri Bheema's - Aberdeen
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Shri Bheema's - Bridge Of Don

Bridge of Don
Indian££££
5.5/66
Shri Bheema's - Bridge Of Don

Cumin Tandoori

City Centre
Indian££££
5.0/617
Cumin Tandoori

Monsoona

City Centre
Indian££££
5.6/69
Monsoona

Shahi Darbar

Inverurie
Indian££££
6.0/67
Shahi Darbar

Lasan Indian Brasserie

Westhill
Indian££££
5.7/63
Lasan Indian Brasserie

Ambal's Indian Restaurant

City Centre
Indian££££
Ambal's Indian Restaurant

Tayview Hotel

Broughty Ferry
Indian££££
5.5/6112
Tayview Hotel
  1. 1.

    The city centre is home to some of Aberdeen's best Indian restaurants

    If you've been shopping at the Trinity Centre or checking out the Maritime Museum, why not pencil in a stop at one of the Indian restaurants in Aberdeen city centre as part of your day? There are plenty of high-quality curry houses on Union Street and Denburn Road that are right next to the major attractions. And they aren't just any old tandooris. With delicious dishes like lababdar chicken to choose from, these curry houses can add a dash of adventure to your days out by the Dee.
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    Indian restaurants in North Aberdeen are well-worth a look

    Don't assume that the centre of town is the end of the Granite City's curry scene. Actually, some of the most exciting local curry houses can be found in Bridge of Don, in the northern part of town. These Indian restaurants in Aberdeen offer something different, with tangy achari sauces and Bengali prawn curries cooked with cauliflower and potato. If all you know are standards like bhunas and kormas, these Bengali eateries will blow you away with their delicate flavours and fresh ingredients, herbs and spices. If you're a serious curry fan, it's well-worth making a date with Quandoo to visit Bridge of Don.
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    Dine at Indian restaurants in Aberdeen before catching your ferry

    Many of Aberdeen's best Indian restaurants are just a short walk from the ferry terminal as well. If you have scheduled a departure to the Shetlands or the Orkneys and you need to fill up before the long voyage, these curry houses will send you off in style. Gorge on delicious biryanis with all the pilau rice and curry you need, along with sides like pakoras and samosas. That way, you won't need to eat on the boat, and you'll be set up perfectly for the trip.
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    Aberdeen's Indian restaurants are ideal places for a student meal

    If you're a student at the University of Aberdeen, curry houses are always a great place to dine with friends. Whether you’re organising a social for your sports team or a get together to celebrate finishing your exams, Aberdeen's Indian restaurants will be happy to welcome your party. Crack a few poppadoms and smother them in mango chutney, order up some Tiger beers and fill up your table with the spiciest curries you think you can manage. There aren't many better places for social dining in the city, and all of Aberdeen's Indian restaurants can be reserved in advance with Quandoo.
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    Indian chefs in Aberdeen work wonders with Scottish beef and North Sea fish

    Whatever takes you to Aberdeen's Indian restaurants, expect to be treated to a culinary journey it’s unlikely you’ll be able to forget. The talented Indian chefs are experts in blending Scotland's gourmet produce with spices and cooking techniques and traditions to create truly exceptional dishes. Whether it's North Sea cod cooked in Alleppey-style or lamb cooked handi-style, you'll find a delicious range of dishes that showcase the very best from both Scotland and India. So do yourself a favour and let Quandoo guide you to the best Indian restaurants in Aberdeen.