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Indian Restaurants in Birkenhead

 Book a table at the finest Indian restaurants in Birkenhead

Merseyside is one of England's dining hotspots, so it's no surprise to find plenty of superb Indian restaurants in Birkenhead. The Wirral is studded with excellent curry houses where foodies can tuck into a diverse range of South Asian specialities. And with Liverpool just across the Mersey, the area offers a feast of options for fans of spicy cuisine. All of the finest places in town can be booked in seconds via the Quandoo’s dining database, so have a look around and prepare for a dazzling dining experience.

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Eastzeast - Liverpool

Eastzeast - Liverpool

The Baltic Triangle
Indian££££
4.8/6249
Eastzeast - Liverpool
Sultan's Palace

Sultan's Palace

City Centre
Indian££££
5.3/663
Sultan's Palace
Tandoori Mahal

Tandoori Mahal

Wallasey
Indian££££
6.0/62
Tandoori Mahal
Master Chef Tandoori

Master Chef Tandoori

Ropewalks
Indian££££
5.8/65
Master Chef Tandoori
Bollywood Lounge

Bollywood Lounge

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.5/62
Bollywood Lounge

KO Grill

Ropewalks
Indian££££
5.4/632
KO Grill

Remora

Georgian Quarter
Indian££££
5.6/611
Remora

Rumi By Bukhara

City Centre
Indian££££
5.0/613
Rumi By Bukhara

Spice City

City Centre
Indian££££
6.0/62
Spice City

Chutneys

Wallasey
Indian££££
5.3/69
Chutneys

Risa Spice

Bebington
Indian££££
5.5/62
Risa Spice

Village Tandoori

Claughton
Indian££££
5.5/62
Village Tandoori

A Passage to India

Ropewalks
Indian££££
A Passage to India

Shapla Tandoori

Wallasey
Indian
Shapla Tandoori
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    From baltis to seafood specials, Birkenhead's Indian restaurants have it all

    If you don't fancy travelling far, central Birkenhead's Indian restaurants are a great option. The area is home to some fantastic curry chefs, with standouts spread all over town. City centre places like Bollywood Lounge specialise in delicately spiced masalas and seafood specials like pan-fried fish cooked in a rezala sauce. While, Indian restaurants across Birkenhead Park shift the focus to baltis, cooking up a huge variety of one of the nation's favourite curries.
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    Explore what's cooking at Indian restaurants near Birkenhead

    However, while there are plenty of great Indian restaurants in central Birkenhead, it's definitely advisable to check out other towns on the Wirral as well. Curry fans won't want to miss out on highlights like Wallasey's Shapla, where the chefs are masters at preparing red hot Bengali curries featuring the region's famous naga chillies. And there are also some excellent eateries in Hoylake, where Akbor's place the emphasis on northern Indian kebabs. If freshly grilled, succulent lamb skewers prepared with a lemon marinade sound good to you, the chefs there will be happy to oblige.
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    After trying Birkenhead's Indian restaurants, why not head across the Mersey?

    With Liverpool just across the water, it's also impossible to avoid the outstanding Indian restaurants in Birkenhead's neighbour. It's just a ten minute drive through the Queensway Tunnel to hip dining areas like Ropewalks or the Baltic Triangle, which happen to be home to a cluster of exciting curry houses. Head to places like Eastzeast which cook up delicious Punjabi specials, or make a date to discover what Master Chef Tandoori in Ropewalks have to offer. Wherever they head, curry fans aren't going to be disappointed.