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Indian Restaurants in Barnsley

 The roots of Indian restaurants in Barnsley

Barnsley is a wonderfully multicultural place that’s seen a steady coming and going of the Indian community over the years. There’s a strong Indian heritage in this part of the world and this goes some way in explaining precisely why Barnsley’s Indian restaurants are so delicious and authentic. So, at your next meal out in one of Barnsley’s many, many, excellent Indian restaurants, rest assured in the knowledge that the chefs know exactly how the Indian kitchen goes down in this town.

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The Original Dil Raj

The Original Dil Raj

Dodworth
Indian££££
5.0/622
The Original Dil Raj
Gate of India

Gate of India

Old Town
Indian££££
5.6/68
Gate of India
Sylhet Palace

Sylhet Palace

Kingstone
Indian££££
5.1/614
Sylhet Palace
Curry Mahal

Curry Mahal

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.3/63
Curry Mahal
The Mogul Room - Barnsley

The Mogul Room - Barnsley

Worsbrough
Indian££££
1.0/61
The Mogul Room - Barnsley
The Chilli Lodge

The Chilli Lodge

Silkstone Common
Indian££££
5.0/626
The Chilli Lodge
Gold Leaf the Restaurant

Gold Leaf the Restaurant

Stairfoot
Indian££££
5.3/66
Gold Leaf the Restaurant
Bombay Quay

Bombay Quay

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.4/6582
Bombay Quay
The Great Kathmandu Tandoori

The Great Kathmandu Tandoori

Chorlton-cum-Hardy
Indian££££
5.1/6141
The Great Kathmandu Tandoori
Shajan

Shajan

Clayton-le-Dale
Indian££££
5.6/6118
Shajan
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    Try something unusual at Indian restaurants in Barnsley

    Barnsley’s Indian restaurants are full of new things to try, so they’re ideal for the adventurous diner. Few diners will, for example, have come across ruchi – a mild tikka dish made with chicken or lamb and cooked with mango, plum and fresh cream. The haryali kebab, made with chicken in a spinach and coriander-based sauce, is another unusual delicacy on the list of dishes on offer at Indian restaurants in Barnsley. While it may not be a huge city, Barnsley sure does have a lot to offer when it comes to Indian food.
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    Enjoy regional specialties at Barnsley’s Indian restaurants

    India is a huge nation of over one billion people, hence the country is full of lots of very different cuisines. At Barnsley’s Indian restaurants, you can zoom in on specific areas and sample a wide range of different delicacies from across the provinces. Chefs at Barnsley’s Indian restaurants cook up lots of traditional dishes, such as the Bangladeshi classics chicken darjeeling or butter tikka on offer at Curry Mahal on Barnsley Road.
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    Go vegetarian at Indian restaurants in Barnsley

    While dishes like chicken tikka masala and chicken jalfrezi remain up there as some of the UK’s most popular curries, it may surprise you to know that almost a third of Indians are actually vegetarian. That’s why there are plenty of vegetarian dishes on the menus at Indian restaurants in Barnsley, including classics like bombay aloo as well as dishes starring more unusual vegetables, such as the mushroom bhaji made with okra. So whether you’re a vegetarian or you just fancy opting for a meat-free dish once in a while, there’ll definitely be an option for you on the menus here.