Traditional Indian cooking at Kashmir
Kashmir restaurant is Galway’s oldest Indian restaurant. It was established in 1994 by the Bhan family who named in after their homeland, the beautiful Valley of Kashmir, described by one of the mogul emperors as “paradise on earth”.
The restaurant was originally located in Mary Street where it quickly gained a reputation for friendly hospitality and exceptional cuisine. In 2000 due to its popularity and the need for extra space the restaurant moved to its present home in Kilderry House (opposite Galway Fire Station).
At Kashmir restaurant you will experience fine Indian cuisine prepared using traditional methods by Indian chefs with years of experience in preparing and presenting dishes from all regions of India with particular emphasis on the Kashmir region which is famous for its delectable vegetarian dishes such as Saag Aloo (potatoes and spinach cooked with herbs and spices) and non-vegetarian dishes such as seekh kebab and roganjosh, which owes its rich red colour to the use of Kashmiri chillies.
A myriad of imported spices are used to create the flavours unique to Kashmir. With all curries gluten-free, the fresh flavours of Kashmir Indian restaurant will most definitely make you want to come back for more. For more than just another Indian curry house a visit to at Galway’s original Indian restaurant is recommended. For a special family treat try the Sunday buffet, €13.95 for adults and €6.95 for children from 1pm to 3pm. Call 091-589900/520099 to make a reservation.