Aagrah Tadcaster – Kashmiri Restaurant is located at York Rd, Tadcaster LS24 8EG, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Aagrah Tadcaster – Kashmiri Restaurant and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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miche shamrock

5 Google Rating

This restaurant has got amazing staff who really try to make you feel at home. The foods authentic a

5/ 5

This restaurant has got amazing staff who really try to make you feel at home. The foods authentic and super delicious. You can ask for spicy or not as you wish. The sheesh kebab starter was so good and filling. So many choices to try from. They have Indian beers on sale too. Reasonably priced for the quality of food and service.

Andy Barber

5 Google Rating

Exceptional food, a little spicier than I'm used to but very tasty. The staff are attentive and know

5/ 5

Exceptional food, a little spicier than I'm used to but very tasty. The staff are attentive and know their dishes well, helped me find a really good dish, brilliant. Plenty of parking, large restaurant, great for a small, medium and larger group. I will definitely go there again.

Wayne Moate

5 Google Rating

Can't beat a curry at Aagrah, the food is always nice, the staff are polite, the rooms are well laid

5/ 5

Can't beat a curry at Aagrah, the food is always nice, the staff are polite, the rooms are well laid out. Give them a try you won't be let down.

Rachael Airlie

5 Google Rating

Brilliant service - they helped us plan a surprise 60th birthday meal, the food was lovely and the s

5/ 5

Brilliant service - they helped us plan a surprise 60th birthday meal, the food was lovely and the surprise birthday cake was brilliant. Thank you for making a special event go so smoothly

kim bosch

4 Google Rating

Traditional Indian restaurant. Good food, big menu. We found the dishes all a bit spicier than norma

4/ 5

Traditional Indian restaurant. Good food, big menu. We found the dishes all a bit spicier than normal. Service a bit slow.

Nick Davies

3 Google Rating

The food was good and staff were very friendly. Menu is comprehensive and easy to read with plenty o

3/ 5

The food was good and staff were very friendly. Menu is comprehensive and easy to read with plenty of regional dishes you wont often see on a menu. It is quite an expensive menu so don't expect a cheap night out.

Ian Best

5 Google Rating

I attended on a Buffet Night, but the Staff made no issue at with me ordering from the main menu. Wh

5/ 5

I attended on a Buffet Night, but the Staff made no issue at with me ordering from the main menu. Where I live all the Indian Restaurants are Bangladeshi. It was a real treat to try food inspired by a different part of the Sub Continent.

Kimberley Carter

1 Google Rating

Called in with a group of 20 people from a day out in york,hubby got a chicken masala,thought it sme

1/ 5

Called in with a group of 20 people from a day out in york,hubby got a chicken masala,thought it smelt funny but ate some of it anyway,following earlie hours voilently sick and the runs,also 1 of the other visitors pulled part of a plastic wrapper from his rice,another lady asked for a very mild bhuna and they made it that spicy she chocked and struggled to breath an ambulance had to be called and took her away to be seen to,my hubby is still struggling to keep anything down and suffering with bad stomache cramps

Steve Miller

5 Google Rating

Fantastic food and lovely staff, worth going the extra mile (or 4) to get the Takeaway. Slightly on

5/ 5

Fantastic food and lovely staff, worth going the extra mile (or 4) to get the Takeaway. Slightly on the expensive side but you get what you pay for

Sue Johnson

5 Google Rating

Pleasant service and delicious food. As a coeliac, I felt confident that my dietary needs were under

5/ 5

Pleasant service and delicious food. As a coeliac, I felt confident that my dietary needs were understood and my choices were safe.

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  • Sunday16:30 - 22:30
  • Monday17:30 - 23:00
  • Tuesday17:30 - 23:00
  • Wednesday17:30 - 23:00
  • Thursday17:30 - 23:00
  • Friday17:30 - 23:00
  • Saturday17:30 - 23:00

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