The Banyan Tree Werrington forms part of a small chain of Indian restaurants located in Peterborough. Along with its sister restaurant on Westgate in the city centre, The Banyan Tree in Werrington serves delicious and authentic Indian cuisine in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. The Werrington restaurant has a cosy, rustic feel with exposed brick walls and a tiled floor. It’s a popular neighbourhood haunt and greets both loyal regulars and new visitors with the same warm welcome.
The food at The Banyan Tree Werrington is made with passion and presented beautifully. Diners can start a meal with delicious appetisers like tandoori cooked meats, sharing platters and sizzling dishes from the grill. Moving on to the main courses, there are plenty of curry house favourites and some more innovative options to choose from too. Dhingri murg is a chicken dish cooked with mushrooms, fenugreek and garlic, jinga hara pyaz masala is made with jumbo prawns and spring onions, and the baigan bharta is a vegetarian dish of tandoor roasted aubergines. The menu covers a wide range of spice levels and a friendly team of staff are always on hand to help diners find a dish suited to their palate and preference.
The Banyan Tree Werrington is located just north of Peterborough city centre. There’s easy road access from junction 18 off the A47, which leads onto Werrington Parkway. Diners travelling by public transport will find a bus stop seconds from the restaurant, offering routes in and out of Peterborough city centre.