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The Gateway to India

The Gateway to India is a superb traditional Indian street-food restaurant, serving curries and sizzling mixed grills. Enjoy regional food with its exotic flavours and unusual ingredients Read More


Location
6a Regency Wharf, Broad Street, B1 2DS
Area
Birmingham
Phone
+44 121 643 8000
Website
http://www.thegatewaytoindia.co.uk/

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Recent Reviews
Early on a quiet Monday night, there were very few people in this restaurant. This has usually been a worry in the past, but we shouldn't have been concerned. The food and the service were excellent, especially the pappadums, paratha and the tasty lamb and chicken dishes. The main courses are not cheap, but very enjoyable.Read more
Popped here for a nice sit down meal on a Saturday evening. When straight to mains as we were in a rush I had the Kadhai Murgh and pilau rice which was very tasty and came out very quick. I spied someone who had a mixed grill and it looked very good so I’m sure to pop back and try it as it looked class. Serves cobra and there was plenty of room so you can pop in. Would recommend.Read more
The vibe inside The Gateway To India is conflicting. Is it trying to be a lounge bar, given the selection of tunes? Is it trying to be one of the new-age street food venues, given the newspaper clippings? Or is it trying to don its Sunday best and try a dab of fine dining? And what’s with the comfortable brown booths? It sits firmly on the fence like a sleeping wood pigeon. What it does do well is get food to the table with a presentable charm. The staff are great; the manager educated me in Sikhism, which was awesome. He and his assistant were perceptive and cared about what I thought of the dishes. The Gateway To India at least tries something new in the saturated arena of Indian Cuisine Restaurants. It just needs to choose a path.Read more
Worst meal I've had in a long time. Ordered two street food options as starters, despite differing descriptions they were almost identical and nothing like any street food I've ever had. The main course was so salty I couldn't finish it and as I write this an hour later I feel ill. To cap it all they added a 10% service charge.... never again Read more
We had dinner here before going to the Theatre. We had a couple of street food dishes which were outstanding; followed by a lamb curry and tandoori chicken.shish kebab. The mains were amazing. The nan bread literally melted in your mouth - they were absolutely delicious. Staff were great too. And it was very reasonably priced.Read more