Please note: You must book in advance and mention the tastecard to be entitled to the discount. When the craving for tandoori chicken, rich curries and spicy bhajis hits locals in Gillingham, there's one place they turn to time and time again. Alisha is one of the longest-standing restaurants in Gillingham, and rightly so. Their decor may have changed over the years, but their ethos remains the same. They believe in serving their customers quality dishes at affordable prices. So, its no wonder why they're a hit with diners looking for family-style Indian restaurants. One of the more central places to eat out in Gillingham, Alisha makes for fuss-free dining with friends and family. The friendly restaurant can be found on Canterbury Street, just a stones throw from the library, post office and Great Lines Heritage Park - perfect for a fun-filled day out with the kids. The train station is also less than a ten-minute walk, making it ideal for post-work treats. Diners that love the comfort of traditional Indian restaurants will feel right at home at Alisha. They're the epitome of relaxed dining and are no stranger to birthday parties and family gatherings. Staff are also very welcoming, and nothing is too much trouble. While the mood is very casual, the restaurant is also fit for date nights with their crisp table linens, impeccable waitstaff and fresh flowers on each table. Dining out in Gillingham doesn't get much better than Alisha for fans of Indian cuisine. They specialise in tandoori dishes, cooking meats, seafood and paneer over charcoal to impart a wonderful flavour. But for diners that fancy something a little saucier, their curries won't disappoint with options such as their spicy garlic chilli lamb, sweet and sour pathia or the comforting tarka daal. Whether it's an excuse to catch-up with friends or a romantic meal, a meal at Alisha is sure to tick all the right boxes for Indian food lovers. Any occasion will be even more of a treat for tastecard members who can look forward to 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 round of drinks, a starter or extra pilau rice.