50 Top UK Curry Houses

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North East

The Valley Restaurant – Newcastle


This is Indian dining in style. The Valley Restaurants specialise in mouth-watering Bangladeshi cuisine in the heart of Newcastle’s uber-trendy Jesmond area. Or for a genuinely special treat for the groom you can take a ride on the Curry Train and enjoy a “Raj style” service and some of the North East’s tastiest curries on the move. All aboard?

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Goa Indian Cuisine – Sunderland


Finalists in the English Curry Awards 2016 and an easy choice for our top 50 UK curry houses. Goa are inventive, creative and experimental with a flair for cooking unique eastern dishes with a western twist. And if you’re a fan of spicier curries then you owe it to yourself to try the red hot vindaloo.



Sachins – Newcastle


From the land of the five rivers to the heart of the Tyne-Wear, Sachin’s Punjabi cuisine is the perfect way to celebrate your pre-wedding party and Newcastle United fans can even order a curry named after (and created by) Toon legend Alan Shearer. But if you’re after heat, order the murgh marchi masala combining diced chicken with yoghurt, green peppers and green chillies.

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Raval Luxury Restaurant – Newcastle


This award-winning restaurant is modern, trendy and right in the heart of Newcastle with authentic Indian flavours that’ve seen celebrity chefs and the curry-loving locals call their delicious curries some of the best they’ve ever had. And where else can you tuck into a tikka masala with this striking view of the city skyline?

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Dabbawal – Newcastle


Anybody who knows anything about curry will tell you that it should never be taken too seriously. Enter this pioneering restaurant converting traditional Indian dishes like curries, chaat, bhajis and samosas into unique, friendly and seriously tasty tapas style bites. Dabbawal has even been named the UK’s best casual dining restaurant!

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