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Local Restaurants & Places to Eat around Walsall

Dera Restaurant

west, 116 Caldmore Rd, Walsall WS1 3RF, UK – 01922 640600

by far the best curry house in walsall.they defo need to improve on a bit off customer service side, as it can get busy some times its undersatandable,but they need a bit more extra wating staff.thats just my opnion,cant, complain on the food though, is bang on all the time.

Cheeseburgers the best I ever had. Friendly staff, never disappoints!

Abduls Balti House Restaurant

645 Bloxwich Rd, Walsall WS3 2BQ, UK – 01922 710300

Excellent food! Excellent service. Best indian balti house in the west midlands... what more can you ask for?! Loved it!

Warm welcome, friendly staff. Quick service fantastic quality food. Tried the Lamb pakora and the fish pakora, you'll have to try it. We'll be coming back again soon.

Shimla Peppers Bar & Restaurant

91 - 92 Ablewell St, Walsall WS1 2EU, UK – 07876 220555

Went out with friends for a meal on Saturday, Sat outside on the terrace under heaters it was lovely. Excellent service and lovely food I had Chicken Jalfrazi that was very good, we all enjoyed our night out.

We visited on Thursday evening and were not disappointed. The restaurant recently relaunched and this was our first visit since then. What a transformation! The decor is wonderful, the atmosphere welcoming and relaxing, and the service efficient but not overbearing. We were seated on the balcony with a lovely view of St Matthew's church. They also have wonderful infrared heaters on the balcony, which throws out just enough heat to take the chill off. An excellent idea. The menu is compact, which I found to be reassuring as it was obvious the dishes that made the cut were carefully thought out. We shared the mixed platter to start. Delicious morsels of salmon, beef, chicken and mushrooms went down extremely well. There was also a vegetarian version available. As for mains, my choice of the lamb saag was absolutely the right one. The meat was melt in the mouth and the spinach creamy. My dining companion's choice of the chicken jalfrezi was also a good one; extremely tasty by all accounts. A portion of pilau rice and naan complemented the dishes perfectly. Please give this restaurant a try; it is much improved and we shall be back very soon for another enjoyable evening.

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