Ginger Restaurant

5 reviews

11 South College Street, EH8 9AA

Old Town, Edinburgh

Cuisine: Indian, International, Nepalese

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About Ginger Restaurant

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 3

    Service: 4

    Value: 5

    Freshly cooked delicious food

    We were pleasantly surprised by the choice on the pre-theatre menu. We had the veg and chicken pakora. Both delicious. Then shared the mushroom sag and lamb dish. Both freshly cooked and tasty served with fluffy rice and perfect nan. The lamb especially was melt in the mouth. I heartily recommend and will be back.
    - dined in restaurant 15/04/2016
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 4

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    2 Course Pre-Theatre

    Went on a Monday evening for a quick 2 course meal. As a group of 5 we ordered a mix of mains (lamb karahi, lamb madras, chicken tikka, saag mushroom) with chicken tikke and chicken pakora as starters. All the dishes were tasty and it was evident the ingredients were fresh. Will definitely go back.
    - dined in restaurant 15/02/2016

Indian and Nepalese in Old Town

Ginger Restaurant is a Indian and Nepalese restaurant which is slightly tucked away on South College Street. Compact and simply decorated with a striking mural over the bar, it is a cosy spot for a pre-theatre dinner, romantic night out or big celebration with friends and family.

Authentic spices and herbs

With a kitchen team that has seen action in some very upmarket hotels in Dubai and India, Ginger Restaurant is keen to use authentic Nepalese and Indian spices and herbs in their dishes. Many of the options – such as the chicken pakora, lamb madras and the range of tandoori dishes – will be familiar to fans of Indian food.

Some of the Nepalese dishes might seem more exotic. For example, the bheda kho khutta features a leg of lamb cooked with traditional Nepalese herbs while the mo mo are Nepalese steamed dumplings. Vegetarians have plenty of choices at Ginger Restaurant and the seafood section offers a dish of pangasius fish in a coconut milk sauce alongside a selection of prawn and king prawn dishes.

Local attractions and transport links

Ginger Restaurant is on South College Street. It is close to Edinburgh University’s Old Town base and is just a two minute walk from Edinburgh Festival Theatre and the National Museum of Scotland. The nearest train station is Waverley which, like the tram line, is a brisk ten minute stroll. There is restricted pay parking on Chamber Street.

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