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The Gateway to India

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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 ... More

6a Regency Wharf, Broad Street, B1 2DS
Birmingham
+44 121 643 8000
The Gateway to India


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Recent Reviews
We found this restaurant hidden away behind broad street- it really is a hidden gem! The curry was so authentic and tasted incredible; definitely the best curry we had both ever had. The service is good, the menus are very cleverly designed as newspapers and the restaurant is immaculate. We will definitely be going again!More
My family and I visited the gateway to India tonight for dinner, we traveled here for sight seeing from Belfast. It was absoutley beautiful. Service was first class, we were looked after from start to finish. I highly recommend the Kasoori Methi Murgh, 5 stars. They also make one of the nicest mojito's you'll ever taste!More
A great hidden gem on a busy Saturday night! Loved the street food and a change from your typical curry house. More
We went as a walk in at around half 9 on Valentine's night and they were happy to accomodate a table for us. Set up a new table for us within around 5 mins. We weren't hounded to buy popadoms as soon as we sat which I have always found really annoying. The chicken tikka start came out quick and tasted amazing, cooked to perfection. I asked if they did a tikka bhuna as I couldn't see it on the menu and sadly they didn't but was happy to reccomend something else for me but I decided to go for the jalfrezi which when it arrived had really good sized bits of chick and peppers and was the best jalfrezi I have had. My only quibble was a service charge that they added onto the bill at the end which I won't hold against them as I don't like it when any place does That! I could have asked for it to be removed but seeing as I was more than willing to pay a tip anyway they had this as their tip instead.More
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.More