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Saffron Indian Restaurant Aberdeen

Located next to the Clark's shoe shop in Union Street, Saffron Indian Restaurant is a haven for shoppers looking for a relaxing lunch time meal at bargain prices. The restaurant is also open in the evening with a range of tandoori and traditional Indian meals. There is an extensive take away menu.

Lunch Menu Of Saffron Indian Restaurant

Lunch time visitors can enjoy a starter, main meal with rice and nan bread and ice cream or coffee for under £6.This is known as the business lunch, though enjoyed by families, couples, singles and business people. There is a choice of four traditional curry dishes from their menus. These are korma, bhoona, madras and vindaloo. There is also a range of four specialist curries which include a makhon chicken or massala chicken. Starters include two large onion bhajis, prawn cocktail or pakoras.

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Portions are large, so much so that we would recommend groups or couples ordering one rice and one nan bread as your choice of accompaniment because they are large enough to share.

Chocolate mints and some delightful Indian sweets which look like hundreds and thousands are served with the bill. These have a refreshing cinnamon mint taste.

Service is very gentlemanly: doors are opened upon entry and exit, a warm welcoming smile is always given. Chairs are pulled out and tables are well set out with shiny silver cutlery and linen napkins and table clothes. Don't be fooled by the cheap prices - this is a well decorated and maintained restaurant with first class service and food freshly made by some great chefs.

Window seats give a good outlook onto Union Street where the hustle and bustle of the shoppers and traffic gives a sharp contrast to the relaxed interior of the Saffron restaurant.

The business lunch is served from noon until 4pm. Thereafter the extensive main menu is available - still at very reasonable prices.

Takeaway orders are available and there is free delivery within a 6 mile radius of the restaurant. The restaurant closes at 11:30pm.

There is a flight of stairs to climb before getting to the restaurant, and a further flight of stairs takes you to the toilets. Unfortunately there are no disabled facilities and no disabled access.

Contact Address And Telephone Number Of Saffron Indian Restaurant

Saffron Indian Restaurant
189 Union Street
AB11 6BB

Tel: (01224) 211188

Website: TBA

Daytime parking is available in the nearby Trinity Centre car park. Free parking is available at the Golden Square after 6pm.

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