Found on Sheath Lane in the Sheldon area of Birmingham, on the doorstep of the A45, Indian Kitchen offers a range of tantalising subcontinental flavours to both locals and visitors to the area.
Providing all who walk through the doors with a warm welcome through its superb service team and stylish dining room, the restaurant is the place to be for a sumptuous meal in vibrant surroundings.
Beginning with the exquisite starters, where all of the traditional favourites can be seen, such as the onion bhaji and the samosa, as well as a number of other appetite whetting delights, including the spicy wings and the fish Amritsar, diners can consider their palate suitably prepared for what’s to come.
Hitting each area of the spice spectrum, there are a host of main course options that promise to satisfy both the lovers of the traditional curry and those looking for something a little more outside of the norm. The vindaloo, jalfrezi and dupiaza make for just three of sublime choices for the purists and are available with a variety of fillings from a list that contains prawn, chicken tikka, and keema, while there are also an array of chef’s specialties that allow intrigued customers a peek into the mind of the chef. Particularly enticing examples of such can be seen in the Jhinga masala, tandoori king prawn cooked in a special sauce, and the tandoori garlic chilli chicken, a throat warming dish that is infused with coriander and spices.
For guests that are averse to all things curry, there is also an assortment of typically English dishes that are sure to satisfy, from the tender T bone steak to the quintessentially British scampi and chips, meaning that all walks of life are catered for at Indian Kitchen.