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Indian Restaurants in Dumbarton

 Whatever curries you adore, Dumbarton's Indian restaurants deliver

If you fancy a gourmet curry on the north bank of the Clyde, you've come to the right place, because Quandoo offers a comprehensive selection of Dumbarton's best Indian restaurants. Forget about curries that are all ghee and no subtlety. The chefs at these South Asian standouts are masters of their craft, using the freshest ingredients and beautifully blended spices to weave their magic. To find out what they are capable of, make a booking at one of the best Indian restaurants in Dumbarton today – you'll be glad you did.

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The Dining Room - Dumbarton

The Dining Room - Dumbarton

Dumbarton East
Indian££££
5.9/618
The Dining Room - Dumbarton
Delhi Darbar

Delhi Darbar

Dumbarton East
Indian££££
6.0/61
Delhi Darbar
Shezan

Shezan

New Town
Indian££££
5.0/6195
Shezan
Mister Singh's India

Mister Singh's India

City Centre
Indian££££
5.4/6195
Mister Singh's India
Bombay Lounge Dalkeith

Bombay Lounge Dalkeith

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.5/6121
Bombay Lounge Dalkeith
Spice Lounge Kitchen

Spice Lounge Kitchen

East Craigs
Indian££££
5.2/686
Spice Lounge Kitchen
Maharaja - Stirling

Maharaja - Stirling

City Centre
Indian££££
5.5/656
Maharaja - Stirling
The Pink Turban

The Pink Turban

Waterloo
Indian££££
4.9/647
The Pink Turban
Torranyard Tandoori

Torranyard Tandoori

Torranyard
Indian££££
5.9/648
Torranyard Tandoori
Dalshannon Farm

Dalshannon Farm

Cumbernauld
Indian££££
5.6/642
Dalshannon Farm
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    Try the best Indian restaurants in West Dumbarton

    There are great Indian restaurants in both east and west Dumbarton. If you're walking in Levengrove Park or visiting the Castle in the western part of town, why not make a reservation at somewhere like the Dining Room on West Bridgend? With its minimalist contemporary interior and a broad selection of dishes that span the divide between meek and mild kormas and in-your-face vindaloos, it's a local institution. So be sure to book well in advance, as spaces are in demand.
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    Enjoy traditional dining settings at Dumbarton's Indian restaurants

    But if you miss out, don't worry. There are plenty of other Indian restaurants to explore in Dumbarton. For instance, over in the East End of town, you'll find Delhi Darbar where the interior seeks to transport diners to India itself, with traditional decorations and music, and the kind of service you'd expect from elite hotels on the subcontinent. But the food is the true star of the show here – from sizzling hot Punjabi curries through to sweet and sour pathias, and much less common wine masalas, there are dishes to excite any gourmet food fans.
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    Explore Indian restaurants around Dumbarton as well

    However, why restrict yourself to exploring what Dumbarton's Indian restaurants have to offer with so many exceptional tandoori houses within a short driving distance? It seems foolish to limit yourself, and there are some delicious specialities to discover in the nearby region. Whether you try the chasnidar meat curries over at the Bishopton Tandoori, or head to Balloch to enjoy some spicy delights next to Loch Lomond, all kinds of great dining experiences are possible when you make a gourmet food booking with Quandoo.