Every town or city in the UK plays host to at least one great Indian restaurant, and Bury St Edmunds is no exception to this rule.
The Rose of Bengal is one of the city’s standout Indian restaurants, occupying a prime city centre location just steps from the Arc Shopping Centre and a short walk from the Cathedral.
There is plenty to choose from at the Rose of Bengal, with an excellent menu that spans the length and breadth of India. A wide selection of classic curry dishes keeps those who prefer a traditional Indian meal happy whilst the many specials provide those who want to try something new plenty of opportunity. Tuck into the tasty tawa murgh, a dish made of chicken and minced lamb with a spicy thick sauce of fresh garlic, ginger and tomatoes or sample the roshoni chilli with either a chicken or lamb tikka cooked with spring onions, shallots, peppers, green chilies and tomatoes. The restaurant also serves a unique selection of curries from around the world featuring more unknown dishes such as the Portuguese sardine curry with coriander and lemon or the Cajun curry with chicken or lamb.
The dining room is a classic space at Rose of Bengal with traditional arched seating in green tones and white linens atop every table. There are various small dining areas, such is the layout of the building whilst wooden flooring gives a sense of extra space.