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4550 Miles From Delhi
Our chefs have been brought in from Delhi to ensure that the dishes that we serve are of the highest quality and prepared to authentic Indian recipes. Our chefs will be using fresh herbs, spices and ingredients that are free from artificial colouring and flavouring.
The generosity of our people is legendary. In Sanskrit literature we say ‘Atithi Devo Bhava’ (the guest is truly your god) meaning that we are honoured to share our mealtimes with guests. Even our poorest look forward to receiving guests and sharing their meal. show less
11 reviews of 4550 Miles From Delhi in English
There are plenty of reviews for this restaurant already. So, it is not necessary to tell you how good it was again. We found it in the first place through Qype and were not disappointed at all. As visitors to Nottingham we were taking pot luck and it paid off, handy NCP carpark next door but that was £7…..
Good restaurant, good food, good location. We got 25% knocked off the bill with VoucherCloud too.
X = You’ve gotta be kidding me
XX = trying but not reaching the standard expected or advertised
XXX = achieving the standards expected/advertised however high that might be
XXXX = they’re doing something special here, above expected standards of service
XXXXX = WOW! you gotta go here!
Very good Indian food served in a modern contemporary restaurant. The staff are friendly and the atmosphere is always very relaxed. The owners have several restaurants including another by the same name in Leicester.
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This is in my opinion is the best of the curry houses on Maid Marion way, they may all look slick but the food is worlds apart between restaurants. 4550 and closely followed by Laguna are the only ones I would consider entering. The starters are a must the jhinga tikka is my favourite. I’ve been working through the main courses, always impressed. Meal for two will set you back £60-70.
I had dinner here on a wintry evening. I've been greeted nicely and the guy took my coat. The food was very tasty and the spices are just the good quality. It's really good restaurant and it's recommended for indian food lovers specially the curries. Money wise, it's fairly good.
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Although it’s located on the same road as three other top Nottingham Indian restaurants, 4550 is still doing a roaring trade - a testimonial to the establishment’s warranted popularity. With such an extensive menu one would think that the quality of the food would suffer, but from my experience everything I inhaled in that restaurant was very good. I would say however that the 60 or so main dishes make ordering rather troublesome. A good idea, especially if you’re hungry, is to go for the banquet. At £20 a head it isn’t cheap but you get to sample a wide range from the menu and all the accessories are included (naan, rice, poppadoms etc). I recommend to those a little short on cash to stick to the vegetarian options which are about three or four pounds cheaper than their meat counterparts and every bit as delicious…and maybe skip dessert.
Best Chicken Tikka Masala in Nottingham, in a fun and modern setting. Actually had a whole free Indian banquet there recently, a special offer with the local paper, mmmm, what a night that was! Nice, fun place to eat- even if you do have to pay!
Although a little pricey, this is a lovely modern indian restaurant, situated in the city centre.
This is a very trendy eatery and is at the higher end of the price range. But what you get is a very varied and iteresting menu, with dishes not available in the bog standard restaurants. Its more formal yet contemporary etting is a welcome change to the more casual indian restaurants and it feels more of a dining experience then just a meal out.
I have eaten here as a couple and as part of a large group. When with the group we had a taster menu which was great as i tried things i wouldnt ordinarily have picked out. Food was very well preented and all the food was well cooked and very tasty.
Pricing on drinks is expensive and here price i found was the only real downfall.
This i more for a treat then a general night out.
They have the mix of modern and traditional just right here. Not a bit of flock wallpaper to be seen. But it’s not a “let’s drop in for a curry” after 10 pints of beer kind of a place.
It’s not a fast food joint, either, but everything is freshly prepared, and nicely presented. The menu is huge, which is sometimes a bit off putting, but I’ve never had a bad meal here, and neither have my vegetarian pals. My personal favourite is the lamb rogan josh.
Their motto is ‘Atithi Devo Bhava’ (‘the guest is truly your god’), but I’m afraid this might not apply on a busy Saturday night, when it can go a bit “Pete Tong”. As a result I tend to stick to a day in the week.
The prices are average to high for an Indian restaurant, but IMO it represents reasonable value for money.
There are a vast number of curry houses in Nottingham and I’m afraid to say this isn’t one of the best. It has a very trendy interior but I think the price you pay for the meal is for the decor rather than the curry.
There’s nothing particularly wrong with the food but you can get a similar standard of curry from another restaurant for less money.
There are surely 12 or so Indian Restaurants in the same central district of Nottingham, so competition is brisk. But whenever I’ve tried to walk into ‘4550’ on chance, a table is impossible. That must mean something. Last night was no exception, and five of us sat at a table just vacated by 4 members of the English Cricket Team, who were dining with Sir Garfield Sobers. Celebs as well! The sound of happy diners filled the room.
The food is stylish and fresh, the service prompt and attentive, the ambience good. Many habitual curry dishes are given a slight spin with the addition of garnishes or vegetables, and there are a few choices not normally found, such as Fish Amritsari, Chicken Bemisaal, and Tawa. Very good vegetarian menu, too.
A good and sensibly priced Wine List meant that we finished the evening pleasurably. 4550 is one to return to.
This is a great, contemporary looking indian restaurant. My first experience was a great one - I celebrated a birthday here and the food was impressive, the service fantastic and they even brought out a cake and sang to me!
It was so good I took a friend back there who had a chicken dishes with pieces blatanty uncooked. Not wanting to cause a fuss, he ate what he cook and then told them at the end of the meal. In return for this discretion, the restaurant were less than discreet and brought the offending chicken back from the kitchen and attempted to demonstrate that cooked chicken was supposed to be life-threateningly dark pink, and decidedly raw. A real disappointment that took the edge off a wonderful birthday evening spent there.
The jury is out on this one - I’ve seen its potential but that is the worst reaction to a valid, and subtle complaint I could imagine, and made us feel uncomfortable and not in anyway reassured to return.
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