Prince of India

  |  Published: Aug 19th 2016

Congratulations to the Prince of India which has won a local competition for the best local curry house. The Prince of India is Wendover's oldest curry house, established 1979. This very traditional Inidian Restaurant now has a much lighter, more modern ambience with tasteful flower decorations. The owner, Mr Rafiqul Haque, and the manager, Mr Sanawarul Haque, his younger brother, are both delighted with the restaurant's success.

The Prince of India was refurbished and redecorated in 2000 and arranged an excellent tribute night with BBC Midsomer Murder celebrity John Nettles. The restaurant has made constant efforts to contribute to the local community including sponsoring many clubsa and sports tournaments. In 2000 it was involved in the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal and in 2005 it arranged a charity appeal for the Tsunami disaster.

Loyal customers voted for this most recent accoladeof the best Local Curry Housebecause they know the care with which the chef prepares the meals, always choosing the freshest and finest suppliers. The menu is affordable and the portions are generous. The menu successfully covers all tastes from mild to spicy with pathila, tawa and tandoori being local favourites. Customers benefit from the banquet offer every Sunday lunch and Monday evening with the whole menu on special offer.

To book your table at the Prince of India, telephone 01296 623233 or (answerphone) 01296 622761.

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