Lovely food and great service . Drinks a little bit pricy 2 large gin and tonic a coke and a small beer was £22 . Would def return for the food though.
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Stopped by the prince of India on a cold Sunday night in Pitlochry. Nice decorated restaurant staff are friendly and easy the talk to. Food was very good and tasty the honey chicken masala is amazing so good. Definitely stop by if in town all...More
We had eaten here a couple of years ago, when we arrived in the winter after 9.00pm and we were the only customers in the restaurant and the food and service were great. Visited again in February 2018, despite a couple of poor reviews. We...More
I have been to the Prince of India many times with family and friends both sitting in and taking away. The food is delicious, particularly the onion bhaji, chicken korma and peshwari naan. The service is what really makes the experience great, whether it's sitting...More
What can I say, food smells good but that's where it stops, chicken pakoras over cooked and hard to eat, nan bread served wet looking with no colour, balti tasteless and £7.50 for coke and a beer. A little more attention to cooking times etc...More
As we had guests for the evening and neither wanted to go out to eat or cook we decided on a takeaway from the Prince of India. We have had good food from here before, but the high quality tonight deserves a good review. To...More
Four of us were in Pitlochry for the weekend decided to try The Prince of India for a meal. We were greeted at the door by very friendly staff and shown to a table at the window. The Manger was very friendly and gave us...More
A trip with friends to Pitlochry brought us into this lovely restaurant, near the train station, for lunch. Really good value and very tasty food in lovely surroundings. Would definitely recommend it.
I get take away from hear but have been for a lunch before they do a great wee set meal at lunch time staff are lovely