Best Of Brighton Food Series: Indian

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In Brighton there’s food to cater for all, and what do Brits love more than a good old curry? Even us sea-siders fancy taking a break from fish and chips from time to time… So we’ve put Brighton’s Indian restaurants to the test and found five of the best ones that our city has to offer.

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Credit: childfriendlybrighton.co.uk

1. Curry Leaf Cafe @ Ship Street

Located in the heart of the lanes, Curry Leaf Cafe is a firm favourite amongst Brightonians. Showcasing a split-level eatery, flavoursome food and a bright interior, Curry Leaf Cafe is a great place to go for delicious food with friends. They offer an extensive lunch and dinner menu with vegetarian, vegan, gluten free and dairy free options upon request. So if you’re looking for somewhere that serves authentic Indian food with relaxed vibes, this place is certainly for you.

Google review rating: 4.2

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2. Eastern Eye @ London Rd

Over at Eastern Eye their Madras-born chef cooks dishes to cater for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike. This traditional curry house offers yet another huge menu with everything from paneer butter masala to lamb lababdar. They were even awarded the 2016 Trip Advisor Excellence Award!

Google review rating: 4.3

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3. Planet India @ Richmond Parade

A traditional family run restaurant, Planet India is a vegetarian eatery offering colourful decor and a compact menu focusing on regional dishes. With rave reviews from customers boasting authentic food, friendly staff and delicious dishes, Planet India is well worth a visit, especially for all those vegans and vegetarians out there!

Google review rating: 4.4

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4. Elizabethan Cottage Tandoori @ Old London Rd

Located in Patcham, Elizabethan Cottage Tandoori is an Indian restaurant and takeaway place. Offering up a huge menu with affordable prices, you’ll be spoilt for choice if you pay this curry house a visit. Praised for their good service and excellent food quality, this eatery is sure to become a local favourite.

Google review rating: 4.5 

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5. The Chilli Pickle @ Jubilee Street

Boasting a colourful design to match their colourful food, The Chilli Pickle is a Brighton favourite for good quality Indian food. Run by chef Alun Sperring, who lived in Dubai before returning to work in Brighton, The Chilli Pickle is a staple in Brighton’s food scene now. Focusing on street food inspired dishes as well as home-made ice cream, this eatery is a must visit destination.

Google review rating: 4.2

 

1 Comment on Best Of Brighton Food Series: Indian

  1. You forgot Indian Summer! It’s amazing!

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