As one of England's most famous Roman cities, there is so much to do here that even the most discerning of visitors will be sure to enjoy themselves. Whether you're planning to go back in time by visiting the fascinating Roman baths, learn all about Jane Austen at the museum devoted to her life or simply want to drink in gorgeous architecture like the thirty terraced houses on the imposing Royal Crescent, you’ll be spoiled for choice. And that's not all: as a bustling cosmopolitan city of well over 80,000 people, this city is full of top-notch places to eat. Whether you want somewhere for a catch-up with colleagues, an intimate dinner with family or a boozy meal with friends, try one of Bath's Indian restaurants for a night to remember.
When you've finished a busy day, start your evening with a pre-dinner walk around Alexandra Park: opened in 1902, this gorgeous 11-acre green space is located just near some of the best of Bath's Indian restaurants. For a traditional meal full of all your favourite curries, walk over to Bear Flat Tandoori on Wells Road for a range of tasty, filling dishes. Meat-eaters can get their fix with delightful chicken meals like the Delhi stir fry (made with a ginger, yoghurt and garlic sauce), while vegetarians are also catered for with the unique “mouchuck vegetables” dish - crunchy vegetables cooked in a divine creamy honey sauce sprinkled with almond powder. Regardless of your tastes and preferences, there's a dish at Bath's Indian restaurants for you.
As a delightful city packed with history, this place certainly has a romantic edge to it - and that makes Bath's Indian restaurants perfect for a date with someone special in your life. Bath's Indian restaurants are the perfect place to go for an out of the ordinary meal, and there's plenty to choose from. If you really want to make an impression on someone, head to the The Mint Room on Lower Bristol Road for a gourmet meal at one of the best Indian restaurants in Bath. Indulge yourself and your dining companion in delicious starters like masala dosa (a light crepe with a spicy potato filling, popular in South India), while fish lovers can order the gourmet king prawn bachao for a seafood extravaganza. Next on the agenda at this epicentre of culinary delight is a range of gorgeous main courses, including the much-loved authentic tandoori chicken or, for a regional speciality, the Peshwari lamb chop.
There are plenty of unmissable desserts on offer at Bath's Indian restaurants. If you fancy something cold and sweet to cool you down and cleanse your palate after a meal full of fragrant flavours, ask your server for a selection of kulfi - a famous ice cream from India made with a wide range of gorgeous flavours including chai, chocolate and cinnamon as well as sweet fruits like mango, cranberry and even custard apple. Or if you just want a tea to wash down the delicious flavours of your main course, don't worry: Bath's Indian restaurants serve a wide variety of excellent hot beverages often imported directly from the tea havens of the subcontinent, including darjeeling, assam and masala chai. So whether you're after something heavy and sweet or just a light drink to round off your dinner, Bath's Indian restaurants are ready to cater to your every need.