Indian and South Asian
And that's a good thing. Indian Nights aims to serve superior quality food from an interesting and varied menu - and it achieves this goal and a whole lot more.
Most of the favourites of Indian cuisine can be found on the Indian Nights menu, including a range of curries, vegetarian dishes, seafood, and various meat dishes from across the Indian subcontinent: Kashmir, Punjab, Bangalore, Madras, and many more. For those with little experience of Indian food, or for whom the extensive menu offers almost too much choice, try the mixed kebab starter - a selection of spicy tandoori dishes, including chicken tikka, onion bhaji, and seek kabab; or perhaps the sweeter, succulent Kashmiri chicken tikka.
The tandoori mixed special, or Indian Night mixed balti main courses both give you all the flavours, textures and tastes of Indian cooking, with the variety of fresh ingredients for which the restaurant is renowned.
For aficionados of Indian food, there is plenty to tantalise and tempt your taste buds, whatever your preference. If good food were judged on name alone, the exotic achari lamb, begam bar chicken, chef's treasures of prawn poori, chicken chaat, and boti kebab chapati would win hands-down.
Good news for Nottingham dwellers is that a second Indian Nights restaurant will soon open on Melton Road in West Bridgford. Not to be missed.