Best Indian restaurants in Edinburgh
We've whittled down Edinburgh's rich Indian restaurant scene to these top five contenders
Curry in Scotland's capital may not be exactly sizzling hot but good-quality, mostly North Indian and Bangladeshi establishments continue to prosper. Some of the city's oldest restaurants continue to enjoy deservedly loyal fans; there are also plenty of low-key wee gems cooking good, simple food at excellent value in surprising environments. And things are starting to heat up in spots: high-profile newcomers are offering more modern twists, from bacon naan rolls to spice encrusted pan-fried scallops and gulab jamun meringue.
3a St Andrew Square, New Town, EH2 2BD
This newcomer brings a taste of historic Bombay to Edinburgh, with an atmsopheric Irani café open from breakfast until late.
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Mother India's Café
3–5 Infirmary Street, Old Town, EH1 1LT
Tapas-style menu of freshly made, memorable dishes in a relaxed and informal establishment.
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10–12 Craigleith Road, Craigleith, EH4 2DP
Ronaq's star is riding high with the opening of its new Market Street location – and the original Craigleith base is pretty smashing too.
ronaqrestaurant.co.uk | read our review of Ronaq