A short walk from New Street station, Birmingham’s Royal Bengal stands out amongst the vast selection of Indian restaurants in the city. With a wealth of experience in some of the finest Indian kitchens around, chef Iqbal Ahmed and manager Abdul Hameed have come together to make Royal Bengal a force to truly be reckoned with. Slickly modern in design, this first floor restaurant is set above the busy Smallbrook Queensway, providing a refined but relaxed respite from the bustle below and the nearby crowds of the Bullring centre. Modern twists are added to authentically flavoured Indian cuisine here at the Royal Bengal where creativity is employed in every corner of the extensive menu. However, if you’re a traditionalist at heart, you’ll find plenty to satisfy your appetite too thanks to a wide range of un-adapted Indian favourites as well as set menus that provide a balance between old and new, allowing guests to experience the best of Royal Bengal at reasonable prices.
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