Category: Indian Restaurant
Address: 12-14 Maid Marian Way, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 6HS
Landline: 0115 95...
Award Winning Indian Restaurant, Fine Dining, Indian Cuisine, Indian Restaurant, Indian Wedding Catering
About Us A fine dining Indian restaurant. Nominated as one of the top 5 Indian's in the country by the Observer's Great Food Guide, hailed as a 'Hot Indian' by the Sunday Telegraph and winners of Best Indian at the Nottingham Restaurant Awards for 4 consecutive years. Naj Aziz, owner of MemSaab continues to focus on raising the experience of Indian fine dining whilst remaining accessible, affordable and most importantly enjoyable.
Authentic Indian restaurant in Nottingham
At Memsaab, we have pioneered Indian home - style cooking in the last decade, bringing the true taste of India to the Midlands. Call us today to make your booking. Only the finest ingredients, we believe in healthy cooking using only the freshest ingredients available without any traces of additives or artificial colouring.
Authentic cuisine with our unique combination of traditional values and contemporary sophistication, at Memsaab we offer the authentic taste of an Indian home, in an atmosphere conductive to fine dining.
To discover authentic Indian cuisine choose Memsaab please call us or visit our website.
We celebrated our daughters birthday on 22nd November in memsaab on a recommendation by our neighbour. All six of us had a wonderful meal. Our total bill came to around £150 including service. With starters, mains, sides dishes and drinks, we felt that it was very reasonable & left £10 extra. The staff were very helpful despite our youngest wanting something which wasnt on the menu. We really couldnt fault it. Food & service were outstanding despite it being nearly full while neighbouring restaurants were nearly empty when we passed by. I think that in itself speaks volumes. From our familys experience, definitely a good recommendation.
I dont eat out in town very often, but I find Memsaab to be one of my favourite restaurants. Very helpful staff, excellent food, and well priced for a top quality restaurant. Highly recommend. *********er
When I went to Memsaab I realised what Id been missing at most Indian restaurants Id been to before. If you want good curry this is the place to go and makes having a curry more of an event. I always stick with the safe choice of tikka masala but even this has a creamier more distinct taste than at the majority of curry houses. Definitely worth spending a little extra. And I guarantee, if youve been once youll be back.
There are some outstanding Indian restaurants in Nottingham. But this is the best, without doubt. There can be no argument. The prawn starter I had on my last visit were among the best prawns I have ever had in my life. They were that good! Yes, it is expensive for a curry, but you get so much more than that. This is not your bog standard curry and rice place, it is inventive, tasty and clever. I love the place. Go there.
A good curry house is one where every dish tastes different - and that is exactly what you have here. They dont just taste different - each has its own marvellous, exotic flavours and it is the perfect place to go with friends and share some curries because the contrast is incredible. Just writing this makes me want to go down there for dinner tonight!
Memsaab has always been a joy. It does feel a bit naughty spending so much but the food is fantastic.They have the best prawn dish I have ever had anywhere. The peshwari naan is also great and portion sizes good. Of course it isn't cheap but you definitely get the quality you pay for. Hope to be back, but its one for the special, or drunken, nights only!
I agree with the other comments posted that this is one of your Indian restaurants that is more of a sophisticated affair. Ideal for a family meal or a intimate meal for two. Rather than the usual chicken tikka massala I usually go for with your standard Indian, I thought id try something a bit different and went for the Zaika Gosht which is slow cooked lamb in spices. I found it to be really tender and tasty and the garlic naan was not too overpowering so I would get a kiss from my fiance at the end of the night! ;-)
If you want a more memorable, and expensive, Indian dining experience then this is the place to go. Everything from the decor to the presentation of the food here oozes class and sophistication, certainly when compare to your local curry house. Its the little touches that make the difference and this place is abundant with them. The staff are professional and make you feel very welcome. A real treat.
Now famous for Chris Tarrant's cutlery incident, Mem Saab is a fantastic Indian located in the heart of the city. With quality dishes and excellent service, each visit is guaranteed to be spot on. You have to try their peshwari naan bread - it's to die for!
In an area with a lot of Indian Restaurants Memsaab stands out from the crowd. With a sleek, contemporary interior the service and atmosphere match the fantastic food. Not really a place to go after a lot of booze on the town, this is a more sophisticated restaurant to be savoured. Anywhere that prompts my dad to repeatedly say sublime must be good.
Monday to Friday
17:30 to 22:30
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17:00 to 22:00