The enticing aroma of curry on Nottingham’s Maid Marian Way draws diners to the city’s Indian restaurants. The Cumin, Calcutta Club, MemSaab, 4,500 Miles from Delhi, Laguna and newcomer Kottaram are located less than half a mile from each other.

In Trinity Square, Tamatanga is a popular spot, Kayal brings South Indian flavors to Hockley, while Vi-Va is all the rage on the street food scene. The Balti House, Anoki and Mogal E Azam are old favorites that need no explanation.

But a top-notch curry doesn’t have to mean a trip downtown. Sometimes a local curry house is all you need for a spicy fix.

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We could honestly list dozens of places for a tasty rojon josh, chicken jalfrezi that packs a punch, or something else entirely like lobster or a Sunday roast with a kick. Here are some of the contenders for the best out-of-town Indian restaurants worth exploring.


You won’t leave hungry after a desi tawa in Chaska

Head to the heart of student country in Lenton for a spicy experience at a reasonable price. Chaska is a lively and relaxed place for subcontinental snacks and curries.

On the menu are street food favorites gol gappe, the crispy puff pastry balls filled with potato, chickpeas and tamarind water, which fit in your mouth in one go. Head over to ‘Chaat Corner’ for more mouthwatering dishes you’ll find on the streets of Lahore and Mumbai.


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