We might be about to hit lockdown but we are still celebrating National Curry Week and we asked you for your best recommendations to share with other readers.
And you didn’t disappoint, flooding us with some excellent and intriguing hot tips.
1. The Radhuni in Loanhead
The Radhuni in Loanhead stole the show, racking up the highest number of recommendations. In fact, the restaurant is so popular that is has claimed recognition across both Edinburgh and the world. Here is what Shona Sylva in Australia had to say about the Radhuni: “I have to say, the Radhuni Loanhead gets my vote from Down Under… So upset not to be able to get home this year to have a family RADhUNI get together there. Love the inside, décor, outside terrace. It has the best menu… the quality of the traditional Indian food provided cannot be beaten. It is really worth Townies making the effort to visit and experience what the Radhuni has to offer!” Photo: Google Maps
2. Guatam’s in Dalziel Place
Guatam’s in Dalziel Place has also garnered national and international acclaim. Matthew Smith said “Guatam’s is hands down the best curry in Scotland, let alone Edinburgh”
Meanwhile, Donald Muir in Ireland, concurred, saying: “Guatam’s - I try and go every time I am in Edinburgh – wish they had a restaurant in Belfast!” Photo: Google Maps
3. Leith walk’s Golden Ambal
Leith walk’s Golden Ambal was another popular choice.
Mandy Wren said: “The Golden Ambal has the best, most authentic, beautiful food! And great service. Lovely people.”
Joan Robertson agreed and said: “I’m really fond of the Golden Ambal on Leith Walk. Delicious, authentic food with great staff. Find it hard to choose what to eat when I go in, too many good dishes to choose from.” Photo: Google Maps
4. Itihaas in Dalkeith
Mike O’Donnell crowned Itihaas as his winner: “Itihaas in Dalkeith is the best Indian I have ever been in. Their standards in response to COVID are superb, can’t recommend them highly enough.” Photo: Google Maps