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Indian Restaurant and Takeaway

3.3 out of 5 3.3/5 from 6 reviews (add your opinion)

32b Broughton Street
Old Town

Phone: 0131 556 8092

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Price: ££
Licensed: No
Pre-Theatre: No

Takeaway: Yes
Delivery: Yes

Opening Hours:


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4 from MarchmontMan (42%) on September 29th, 2009 (8 years ago)

Khushi's, 32b Broughton Street, EH1 3SB, Edinburgh

Khushi's has been on Broughton Street for many years and it doesn't seem to have changed much, except for the fact that it actually moved some years back and is now next door to its original location. I was pleased to revisit this small restaurant recently.

It doesn't look like much, peeling paint is how you might describe the decor. It still has eccentric looking chairs, but they're a bit faded too. But we came for the food. I started with a prawn puri which was tasty but not as big in quantity as I recalled from past encounters. The prawns are small in a slightly sweet sauce on a nicely puffed puri. That's about it really, served simply. My colleague had the chicken wings as they had run out of lamb kebab. This was a smallish plate piled high with 7 nicely cooked and tasty wings again in a slightly sweet sauce. Definitely more substance than style in the starters.

For mains we had Chicken Sindrie which is a spicy, pepper and mushroom curry. There is quite a lot of ghee floating around so calorie counters beware. It was extremely good and there was plenty of it. We also had a lamb rogan josh. This is a very red curry, in fact there is a theme of red through many of the dishes here, might be a bit too over coloured for some. This is great rogan josh, medium spiced. This was all joined by a large plate of pilau rice which oddly had no red colouring, just yellow and, as other reviewers have noted, a ridiculously large naan bread. I wonder if anyone ever finishes these? We didn't even get close but it's the best naan in Edinburgh, fresh out of the tandoor.

They have lager on draft and a modest wine list. The service on the night was good and the place was busy for a Thursday. Judging by activity, take away accounts for a substantial part of their business. So Broughton Street Khushi is great for food, its prices are average at about £12 per head for 2 courses for food and the decor is well past its best. To style gurus and weight watchers this place may not appeal, but for tasty food and Edinburgh's finest naan it's well worth a visit.

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4 from k1w1b1rd (27%) on September 16th, 2008 (9 years ago)

Khushi's, 32b Broughton Street, EH1 3SB, Edinburgh

I've been to this restaurant a number of times and the food has always been superb. This is not to be confused with the huge flashy Khushi's on Victoria Street whose only redeeming feature is that it's a BYOB. This Khushi's has recently increased their low prices (from the early 2000's I believe) but the food still offers great value and taste. The naan bread's are still bigger than the plates they come on. Overall a consistently good Indian restaurant.

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3.5 from R Edwards (12%) on October 19th, 2007 (10 years ago)

Khushi's, 32b Broughton Street, EH1 3SB, Edinburgh

A longstanding Edinburgh Indian restaurant, with consistently good food and service. Prices very reasonable. Also serves perhaps the largest naan breads in Edinburgh.

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5 from C Hogg (12%) on May 24th, 2009 (9 years ago)

Khushi's, 32b Broughton Street, EH1 3SB, Edinburgh

This is the best Indian I have ever been to, and I've been to a lot! The portions are huge and the naans are so fresh they'll burn your fingers, one easily feeds two hungry people!

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2 from Sarah shanks (12%) on March 7th, 2012 (6 years ago)

Khushi's, 32b Broughton Street, EH1 3SB, Edinburgh

I attended Khushis for the first time this evening and was so unimpressed I had to write this review straight away. After being a regular for many years at the Khushis on Nicholson Street i was unhappy to learn that it had closed down and reopened at Broughton Street but I decided to give it a try. After calling to ask if I needed to book a table for that evening I was told that i didn't need to as it was "not busy". I arrived and was then told i could have a table but only for one hour!

Much to my disappointment I was not greeted with the same welcome as I would normally get at the "old Khushis". The food was definitely not the same and after being a regular for so long i can honestly say i won't be back.

New menu, new staff maybe but customer service and quality of food has gone downhill. Change is not always better!

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1 from Mallika (12%) on August 7th, 2012 (5 years ago)

Khushi's, 32b Broughton Street, EH1 3SB, Edinburgh

We were in Edinburgh recently. As usual on the hunt for Indian food in a foreign country. We landed in Khushi's, (the name read Khushi indian resturant). We went in and the lady at the entrance did not bother to greet us as in India you normally do when you meet a guest. After that she told us we needed to book our table in advance. But I saw many tables empty. To this she said they are already booked. We were very disappointed by her attitude - this is not how you behave with your guest in India. Although the name read Indian restaurant, the attitude was not. We asked for a takeaway (the empty tables stayed empty while we waited for our take away for 30 minutes).

The food was disgusting - oil was floating on chicken gravy, naan were uncooked and very thick, vegetable biryani was as dry. Totally I would suggest that if you are looking for food you can go whereever, but Khushi's is definitely not the place for Indian food and Indian hospitality. In India we believe attithi devo bhava (guest is like god).

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