Indian Night Restaurant

We are very proud to announce our Chef Mr Shaher Miah won Best Chef 2016, awarded by Curry Life Magazine held at Park Plaza Riverbank, London on Sunday 16th October 2016.

We would like say thank you to all our customers for their valued custom and support.
Please go on www.indiannightchelmsford.co.uk for more information.

Review: Indian Night Restaurant, Chelmsford

Your Community Hub were lucky enough to be invited to sample the fayre at Indian Night restaurant in Chelmsford. Who remembers when it was the White Horse?

The current incarnation of an Indian Restaurant has been in situ for the last four years, with a local fan base and car parking for people further away, it does provide a welcome alternative to the masses of new restaurants opening in Chelmsford city centre of late.

Our evening started with our waiter regaling us with his best Christmas cracker jokes – including ours (why can’t a car play football? – it only has one boot)!



We were offered a shot of Mango Smoothie on arrival and poppadoms and dips were duly delivered to our table, while we got on with the important job of choosing our dinner.

The restaurant’s extensive menu caters for all tastes from a chicken Korma for the milder palate, to a vindaloo for the hard core palates! Along with everything in between, there are starters, main courses, side dishes, breads, and rice along it would take many visits to try them all (which we absolutely recommend).

We ordered the Saag and Cheese Samosa and Onion Bhaji for starters, closely followed by Lamb Rogan, Mixed Tandoori, Pilau Rice Saag aloo, Saag Bahji and all were perfectly complimented with a naan bread - and if we are honest a couple of bottles of wine.

Everything was cooked to perfection and arrived at our table promptly with enough time between courses to savour the flavours and ambience. The Lamb Rogan and mixed Tandoori were perfectly seasoned and not too spicy for an Indian cuisine novice!

The staff were attentive and friendly, and all part of one family working together. Our fellow diners advised they are regulars at the venue, a recommendation in itself, and that they offer tribute nights and a magician on Sundays.

Please check their website and keep an eye on the hub webpage and Facebook for upcoming evenings and special events.

www.indiannightchelmsford.co.uk

Indian-Night-Restaurant

London Road Widford,
Chelmsford,
CM2 8TE
Phone: 01245 261167, 01245 697061
Mobile: 07983 521981




Parties // work do // anniversary // we cater for all

Weekdays offer


£19.95 per person
3 course meal
One starter
One main
One rice
Choice on a nan bread or one veg side dish
Coffee included!
Book today!

Every friday night live music nights!


Go on to www.indiannightchelmsford.co.uk

Live music events enquiries please visit our music page


www.indiannightchelmsford.co.uk/tributenight.php

Telephone: 01245 261167
Indian night restaurant
Chelmsford
CM2 8TE





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