Indian Restaurants in Liverpool You Need to Try

Mowgli Street Food
Mowgli Street Food | © Facebook
Photo of Richard Franks
Freelance Travel & Music Writer4 December 2017

We all know how difficult it is to find a great curry house when there are so many to choose from! We’ve done the hard work for you and whittled it down to a shortlist of some favourites, according to the locals of Liverpool. Enjoy!

Yukti – Indian Street Fusion

Restaurant, Indian, Asian, Fusion, $$$
Yukti Indian Street Fusion, Liverpool
Yukti Indian Street Fusion, Liverpool

Quite possibly the newest Indian opening in Liverpool is Yukti – Indian Street Fusion. No strangers to Liverpool’s foodie scene, this is Yukti’s second opening in the city, following in the footsteps of their Art Kitchen restaurant on Prescot Street. You’re in good hands with Yukti, as their head chef has travelled the world in his quest to serve up the most flavoursome food possible.


Restaurant, Indian, Asian, $$$

Offering a perfect combination of Indian and Nepalese cuisine in the heart of Crosby, Saffron is one of Liverpool’s must-visit restuarants. One of the top-rated restaurants in Liverpool on Trip Advisor, you’re in safe hands with this traditional Indian eatery.

Mowgli Street Food

Restaurant, Indian, Asian, Vegetarian, $$$
Mowgli Street Food
Mowgli Street Food | © Facebook
Indian street food is all the rage at the moment –and Mowgli is one of the finest examples of this. This restaurant aims to channel fresh, Indian home cooking with its chain of restaurants up and down the country, and its Liverpool branch is one of the most popular. Mowgli’s restaurant itself is a thing of beauty, with its industrial-feel, stripped-back wooden benches and exposed brick walls. You have to try this place out. Seriously.

Spice City

Restaurant, Indian, Asian, $$$

Situated on Stanley Street in Liverpool city centre – just a stone’s throw away from the famed Cavern Quarter – is Spice City, one of the city’s most authentic Indian restaurants. Thanks to its great location you’re no more than a 15-minute walk away from most major tourist attractions, so if you’re after no frills, a good meal and a damn good time, Spice City is for you.


Restaurant, Indian, Vegetarian, Vegan, $$$
Indian platter at EastzEast
Indian platter at EastzEast | © Facebook

Another of the country’s rising small chain restaurants, EastzEast offers stylish dining at Kings Dock, just a short walk away from the Echo Arena and Exhibition Centre. Kings of Desi Kashmiri cooking, EastZEast is ideal for when you’re attending a concert or exhibition, and even better in the summer as you gaze across the glistening water of the docks while tasting some of the best food in Liverpool.


Restaurant, Indian, Asian, $$$

Situated in the popular district of Woolton, Holdi is another of the city’s top-rated Indian restaurants that you simply need to visit. Serving up authentic curries and seafood dishes, this contemporary bar, restaurant and lounge offers a sophisticated taste on fresh Indian food.

Rumi by Bukhara

Restaurant, Indian, Middle Eastern, $$$
Mixed grill at Rumi by Bukhara
Mixed grill at Rumi by Bukhara | © Facebook

Last but not least, Rumi by Bhukara offers laid-back lunch by day and an authentic dining experience by night. This versatile restaurant is famed for its kebabs and roast leg of lamb, which is marinated for several days. Make sure you arrive hungry, as their Belgian Liege waffles are to die for.

Cookies Policy

We and our partners use cookies to better understand your needs, improve performance and provide you with personalised content and advertisements. To allow us to provide a better and more tailored experience please click "OK"