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Indian Restaurants in Blackburn

 You'll love the Indian restaurants in Blackburn. Blackburn is a large, thriving Lancashire town located between the West Pennine Moors and the Ribble Valley. King George's Hall offers a packed line-up of live music, theatre and arts while the town centre provides fantastic retail with everything from big high street names through to the traditional market. Watch Blackburn Rovers play a match, visit the beautiful cathedral or peruse the art and history at the town museum and art gallery. Visitors will discover a wealth of walking, riding and cycling routes in the surrounding countryside and when hunger hits there are plenty of excellent Indian restaurants in Blackburn to enjoy.

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Shajan

Shajan

Clayton-le-Dale
Indian££££
5.6/6136
Shajan
Naga

Naga

Abbey Village
Indian££££
5.3/657
Naga
Roomali Fine Dining

Roomali Fine Dining

Town centre
Indian££££
5.5/623
Roomali Fine Dining
Mitali

Mitali

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.4/614
Mitali
The Royal Taj

The Royal Taj

Langho
Indian££££
5.1/615
The Royal Taj
Balti Stan

Balti Stan

Clayton-le-Moors
Indian££££
5.5/618
Balti Stan

Akash Indian Brasserie

Darwen
Indian
5.5/638
Akash Indian Brasserie

Spice Lounge - Rishton

Rishton
Indian££££
6.0/63
Spice Lounge - Rishton

The Balti House

Rishton
Indian
6.0/61
The Balti House

Bukhara Samlesbury

Samlesbury
Indian££££
4.2/66
Bukhara Samlesbury

Thira

Town centre
Indian
Thira

Shahi Qila

Town centre
Indian
Shahi Qila

Haweli

Town centre
Indian
Haweli

Whitecroft Indian Bar & Restaurant

Oswaldtwistle
Indian
Whitecroft Indian Bar & Restaurant

Trishna Whalley

Whalley
Indian
Trishna Whalley
  1. 1.

    Blackburn's Indian restaurants have long been part of the community

    Some of the Indian restaurants in Blackburn have been operating for decades, and the town has a thriving South Asian community thanks to its historic patterns of immigration. In the post-war years, skilled textile workers came from India to work in the thriving cotton mills. When the cotton industry began to dwindle, demand for Indian cuisine rocketed. Catering workers from India, Bangladesh and Pakistan came to the UK in large numbers in the 1970s to join their families and to open up highly-demanded curry houses. Today, of course, the chicken tikka masala is widely recognised to be Britain's unofficial national dish and the love affair with spicy South Asian food is continuing into a new generation.
  2. 2.

    Enjoy a special meal at the Indian restaurants in Blackburn

    You'll find Indian restaurants in Blackburn to suit all tastes and budgets. Lunchtime buffets are popular with shoppers, visitors and local workers alike, with dozens of delicious dishes to enjoy for a great price. Look for eateries selling South Asian street food for a delicious snack on the go or treat yourself to a fusion feast at one of Blackburn's high-end Indian restaurants. You'll discover exciting regional dishes, house specialities and seasonal dishes served with flair, passion and the finest skills from expert chefs. The service is attentive, the atmosphere will be laid-back and there are often bars within the restaurant that allow you to enjoy great drinks as you dine.
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    Book ahead for the most popular of Blackburn's Indian restaurants

    Shajan is a large and award-winning restaurant with a contemporary interior and a superb, extensive menu. The chicken banjara is well worth a try, and it expertly combines fried chicken with fresh herbs, tomatoes, red chilli and spices. Try Naga too in Abbey Village, located on Bolton Road, it does superb biryanis and provides a particularly warm and cosy setting. It's well worth booking your table in advance to reserve it though, as demand can get rather high at weekends in particular!