The Indian Cavalry Club was established in 1986 and over the 24 years it has been in business it has consistently provided fine Indian cuisine prepared by their award winning chefs.
The Indian Cavalry Club is situated at the west end of Edinburgh just along Princes Street towards Haymarket at 22 Coates Crescent on the corner of Manor Place. This premier Indian restaurant was established in 1986 and over the years since then has consistently provided fine Indian cuisine prepared by their award winning chefs.
There is seating for around 150 diners at any one time with 3 distinctively different dining areas: Club Dining Room (seats 50), Corporate Dining Room (seats 40) and the Officer's Mess (Seats 40) with its own private bar. There is also an informal Pakora bar for light meals and drinks by the reception area.
You don't have to be a Field Marshall or Mahaarajah to dine here!
Prices are reasonable indeed and we are open 7 days a week from 12 noon to 11.30 pm.
From the moment you approach the door to The Indian Cavalry Club the staff snap into action. All smartly turned out in neat uniforms they usher you in with a warm friendly welcome. The menu offers a wide range of dishes with the main ingredients of lamb, chicken and shellfish impressively supplemented by many vegetable options. The inclusion of suggested side dishes and wines is a useful and unusual feature.
Chargrilled Lamb Malai Kebab: "Attractively presented in an individual metal dish. Good, tender lamb was used." "A flavoursome, robust sauce."
Open for both Lunch and Dinner 7 days:
Lunch: 12 noon - 2.00pm
Dinner: 5pm - 11pm (11.30 last order at weekends)