Lasan – Birmingham
Gordon Ramsey has called Lasan “the best local restaurant in the UK” and it’s not difficult to see why. Modern, luxury interiors create a chilled out atmosphere to enjoy some of Birmingham’s best curries, whether your tastes lean towards a delicious biryani with stewed goat or a fiery Punjabi chicken tikka.
Itihaas – Birmingham
This £2,000,000 restaurant is worth every penny judging by the taste of their delicious Indo-Chinese fusion dishes. We’re talking about Indian style prawns on a bed of crispy noodles, Chinese soy sauce on traditional cheeses and lamb shank masala coated in Army rum gravy. All with designer furnishings, Asian artefacts and fantastic service.
Jilabi – Birmingham
If Birmingham is the home of the Balti, then Jilabi is the one of the best places to pay your respects to the famous dish while enjoying some of the city’s favourite curries. All cooked by award winning chefs in a bright, modern atmosphere, perfect for a “bosting” bit of Desi Chicken Balti.
Pushkar – Birmingham
Cocktails and curry. Two things that shouldn’t mix as well as they do in Pushkar, Birmingham’s brilliant British Curry Award winning restaurant with Punjabi specials, North Indian flavours and a delicious tikka masala that adds a little fire to the start of a pre-wedding night out.
Kababish – Sutton Coldfield
Over 30 years of serving some of the Midland’s best Tandoori and Balti dishes have made the family-run Kababish something of a local favourite. You’ll find Pakistani, Punjab and Indian influenced dishes but you’ll also have the chance to create your own favourite Balti or Karai curry with a selection of ingredients on request. “More chillies for the groom please?”
Raja Monkey – Birmingham
This trendy Indian street cafe aims to take you closer to the “real India” with classic curries, flavoursome thalis and traditional Indian desserts including carrot pudding and rasmalai, a speciality dish made from cured milk. All in hip interiors with Asian inspired designer furnishings.