Since many diners reckon that curry is Britain’s favourite food, is it any wonder that Indian restaurants in the UK are so popular? From familiar dishes like chicken tikka massala to cutting edge contemporary creations such as those served in Mayfair’s Benares restaurant, Indian cuisine makes our mouths water. So it’s no surprise if a lot of us think that a week has been wasted without a visit to our favourite Indian restaurant but, with such a great choice of great Indian eating places on offer, how do you find the ones you like? 5pm has the answer.

Most popular Indian Restaurants in Britain

At, you can quickly and easily find the best Indian restaurants in your area by reading through our readers’ reviews. As well as our reader recommendations, 5pm’s Indian restaurants also list sample menus making it even easier for you to decide on where you want to go for an Indian meal. Factor in the convenience of online booking at 5pm and you could be tucking into a rogan josh at your best local curry house in double quick time.

Find Indian restaurants in Britain

Whether you are looking for Taj Mahal style luxury in Aberdeen or a simple balti house in Birmingham, 5pm has the local knowledge to help you find the best Indian restaurants in Britain.

Offers in Indian Restaurants

Indian Restaurants

Mintleaf – £12 for 2 courses
The Spice Mill – A La Carte Menu – Average price for 2 courses is £15
Daawat (formerly Mama’s Rasoi) – £9.95 for 3 Courses + Accompaniments
Bukharah – £8.95 For 2 Courses
Charcoals Cafe – £12.95 For 2 Courses
Guchhi Restaurant – £22.95 2 Person Tapas Offer
Mr Singh’s India – £16.95 For 3 Courses + Drink
Charcoals – £6.95 For 2 Courses
India Quay – £10.95 for 2 courses from the post theatre menu
New Cafe Punjab – £22 For 3 Courses + Bottle Of Wine