Diners looking for authentic curries, tandoori grills and more will find a welcoming oasis at Curry Garden. The popular independent has seen many regulars since it opened, gaining a loyal following of curry lovers with their friendly service and contemporary twist on traditional classics. And with their relaxed atmosphere and excellent value for money dishes, this is casual dining out in Romford at its best.
Savvy locals know that some of the best places to eat in Romford aren’t always found in the city centre. Curry Garden can be found just north of the centre, in the suburb of Collier Row. It’s a thriving local and can often be found full of diners. Bedford’s Park is also just a short drive away, making it a fine place to enjoy a meal after a walk with the family.
One of the more stylish Romford restaurants, Curry Garden is both relaxed enough for a laidback meal with friends and stylish enough for a date night. The chic eatery will certainly impress with its elegant set tables, mood lighting and abstract paintings. Staff are also very accommodating and will be happy to create a dish to order to make sure their guests find a dish to suit their tastes or dietary requirements.
Curry Garden isn’t like typical Indian restaurants. Their menu offers an exotic range of dishes that will tick all right boxes for old school curry fans and adventurous eaters. From duck tikka and lamb-stuffed mushrooms to chicken karahi and tandoori king prawns, it’s all there. To make it a proper meal, there’s nothing like mopping up a curry with freshly-baked garlic naan.
For the true flavours of Indian cooking, nothing in Romford comes close to a meal at Curry Garden. Any occasion will be even more of a treat for tastecard members who can enjoy exclusive restaurant savings when they call to book ahead and present their cards upon arrival. It’s a good chance to treat themselves to another starter, extra drinks or pilau rice.
Please note: You must book in advance and mention the tastecard to be entitled to the discount.