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Indian Spice Takeaway

Authentic Indian Cuisine

High Quality Takeaway in Yorkshire

Our Award winning Chef, you may have already seen on the
BBC & SKY’s UK Food programme “Take on the Takeaway”.


Our Team
Indian Spice Takeaway Team

Our Branches

Indian Spice Swillington

30A Astley Lane
Swillington, Leeds, LS26 8UD
0113 287 1151 / 0113 286 1984

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Indian Spice Gildersome

120b Street Lane
Gildersome, LS27 7JB
0113 253 3254

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Indian Spice Wakefield

16 Northgate, Horbury
Wakefield, WF4 6AS
01924 277 442

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Quick links to our dishes

Food Allergy Notice: If you have a food allergy or a special dietary requirement, please inform a member of staff before ordering.


Open 6 days a week - Sun, Mon, Wed & Thurs from 5pm - 11pm and Fri & Sat from 5 pm - 11pm
(Closed every Tuesday. WE ARE OPEN ALL BANK HOLIDAYS)

Balti Cooking

Balti cooking is the latest trend in Indian cuisine, very popular in the Midlands. This new style of cuisine and presentation has many imitators in the north, but few quality practitioners of the art.

Indian Spice Takeaway At the Indian Spice, we are pleased to announce Balti cooking originated centuries ago in the Himalayan mountain region of Pakistani Kashmir, in a province known as Baltistan. The cold, high attitude atmosphere there demanded simple but effective cooking methods

Balti dishes are freshly prepared and healthy because the rapid stir-fry process retains the goodness of the food. The whole spices are roasted and ground in our kitchen to create the aromatic, spice textures. These spices combined with the use of fresh herbs like coriander, fenugreek and mint give Balti its distinctive taste.

Indian Spice Takeaway The Indian Spice range of Balti dishes allow the diner to experiment widely by combining ingredients to your own choice. For example you can order a Balti chicken, or have a Balti chicken with garlic. The combinations are endless and the choice is yours, but we recommend that you should try this dish with naan bread or chapatis.