Pride of India

Groenkloof Plaza
43 George Storrar Drive

Groenkloof, Pretoria
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At Pride of India, a stylishly appointed restaurant, subtly-spiced flavours explode in a magnificent taste sensation in your mouth. A menu sports over 100 of different dishes, and as the owner Mr. Bhima says, each one is made with such loving care and attention to detail that each is a speciality.

All tastes are catered for and a glance at the list of dishes reveals that ample provision is made for vegetarians, while chicken and lamb dishes also take pride of place here.

Seafood lovers will not be disappointed either with a choice of fish dishes like a gentle curry in a coconut sauce made the Goanese way, prawns cooked temptingly in Indian herbs and spices or, if you really feel like splashing out, why not try the crab curry, cooked either in a touch of creaminess and traditional Indian spices or for the brave of heart, a South Indian spicier version.

A blend of traditional and innovative awaits you at Pride of India. Dine at therestaurant and you will experience the finest food which combines the ancient traditions and authentic flavours of India.

Monday - Sunday 11:00 - 22:00

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Price Range: Mid
Seating: 150+
  • Licensed
  • Child Friendly
  • Accept Credit Cards
  • Take-Aways
  • Booking Required
  • Parking



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