The traditional curry house experience can’t be beat. But when diners are looking for a step-up, they’ll find just the thing on Wolverhampton Road. Prince of India has established itself as a favourite amongst locals, serving up classic Indian dishes with a modern twist in its contemporary restaurant. They’re also known for their warm service and relaxed atmosphere, making them a top pick for dining out in Oldbury with the family.
Guests will find the eatery just a short walk from Lightwoods Park, Warley Woods and the golf course. With so much on its doorstep, it’s more than ideal for a laid-back meal after a leisurely stroll around the park. And with easy access to the A456, it’s also one of the best places to dine out in Oldbury before a night out in Birmingham.
Prince of India is a breath of fresh air when it comes to Oldbury restaurants. The stylish eatery never feels stuffy and staff are known for their warm hospitality. Diners will find a modern, contemporary dining space that is smart enough to impress on a date night yet relaxed enough for dining with the whole family for a birthday celebration.
There’s something for all tastes at Prince of India. Old school curry fans will love their rogan josh and korma. While those that fancy something a bit different, can tuck into house specialities like their fiery Sylhet classic, chicken naga bhuna or their sizzling lamb tawa. Such a wealth of choice makes it one of the best Indian restaurants around for family dining.
When it comes to Indian cuisine with twist, nothing tops a meal at Prince of India. Any visit will be even more of a treat for tastecard members who can find exclusive restaurant savings when they call to book ahead and present their cards upon arrival. It’s a good chance to indulge in a curry to share with a friend, extra rice and sundries or another round of drinks.
Please note: You must book in advance and mention the tastecard to be entitled to the discount.