These Two Yorkshire Indian Restaurants Have Been Named In The Top 10 In UK

These Two Yorkshire Indian Restaurants Have Been Named In The Top 10 In UK

If you’re looking for a decent bit of scran, you can’t go wrong in God’s Own Country and this can be noted by the fact the county has the most Michelin-starred restaurants outside of London. And, now out curries that are being raised.

Website BonusInsider has compiled a list of the highest-rated Indian restaurant in the UK. The list was created by using Google review data pulling scores and the number of reviews for Indian restaurants to find the most popular.

Two Yorkshire restaurants featured in the top 10 list of best Indians in the UK – one in Leeds and one in Ripon. And, now we are making it our aim to visit both (for purely research reasons of course).

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Credit: Table 26

Table 26 in Leeds came in 4th with a rating of 4.9 stars with 177 reviews. The authentic Indian restaurant is found in Swillington and was also named Yorkshire & The Humbers No1 Award Wining Indian Restaurant of the Year in 2021. They pride themselves on providing the best quality food using the finest of ingredients for that truly authentic taste. 

Credit: Realitea

Realitea, in Ripon, has a rating of 4.9 stars with 146 reviews. The tea room and Indian bistro with a twist known for offering you a little taste of India – whether savoury or sweet. They serve up afternoon tea with a difference along with various Indian dishes for brunch, and lunch – and they even do an afternoon tea with Indian-themed dishes.

Credit: Realitea

Check out the full top 10 Indians in the list below:

1. Mugil Indian Restaurant, Solihull
2. Kesarum, Southampton
3. Tribe, Oxford
4. Table 26, Leeds
5. Soho Tavern Gateshead, Kibblesworth
6. Realitea, Ripon
7. Surabhi Restaurant, Manchester
8. Namaste Mumbai, Hastings
9. Namaste Sutton, Sutton Coldfield
10. Coffee and co, Bexhill

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Feature Image Credit: Table 26

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