For great Indian cuisine in Edinburgh, turn to Kama Sutra. Not to the ancient Hindu text, but to the restaurant of the same name. At the Edinburgh branch, you can dine on some of the best Indian cuisine the city has to offer. With excellent service, a comfortable setting and plenty of vegetarian options for those who don’t eat meat, Kama Sutra is the perfect choice for lunch or dinner. The restaurant can be found down Drummond Street in the Old Town, not far from the city’s biggest sights including the Edinburgh Castle and the National Museum of Scotland, so come here to fuel of on great food in the heart of the city.
Excellent food, excellent service, their small plates are not all that small! We had pap pardon, pakora and samosa starters; lamb vindaloo that is not on the menu but was prepared for us, butter chicken, Murphy’s jadpuhri (chicken), chicken tikka Marsala and yellow lentil. Almost too much food. When you order rice and naan, the portions are huge and easily serve two. All of this, three 175 ml wines, one pint kingfisher lager and one large sparkling water and the bill was 93 pounds - very, very reasonable.
I cannot remember having a more authentic meal, the service was perfect also, We all enjoyed the dining experience so much we agreed to return very soon.
Amazing food and great service staff were very helpful and friendly I would definitely recommend. It is also just around the corner from the Festival Theatre so great for a quick dinner before going to see a show.