The Clay Oven is based in Morningside, Edinburgh, and is part of an award winning group of Indian restaurants.
The inspiration behind Dishoom for co-founders Kavi and Shamil Thakrar, were the Iranian cafes in Bombay, opened by immigrants in the early 20th century; as outsiders themselves, they welcomed everyon
Casual Indian restaurant providing dishes from across India.
Mezbaan means a good host offering hospitality, or a fine feast. This is a family business from Bangalore and Kerala, serving South Indian cuisine.
In a prime location, just a few steps from the Canongate, this warm and welcoming Restaurant has proved very popular since opening in January 2013.
Established in 1978, our restaurant is often known as the best restaurant in Edinburgh for serving top quality food.
Traditional Nepalese food served in a welcoming and friendly environment.
Situated in the heart of the city of Edinburgh, Saffrani specialises in Sea Food with a real desire to introduce new flavours, new dishes, new aspects of Indian food.
The new Mosque Kitchen, which moved from the nearby Edinburgh Mosque after a dispute, provides affordable indian curries. This time the restaurant is inside rather than under a tarpaulin roof.
Popular, long-running Stockbridge restaurant that specialises in Bengali and North Indian food. Serves groups and takeaway.