Things are getting spicy again in Dyce as a restaurant has reopened and is wowing customers with their food.
Dyce Tandoori was closed for nearly six months after an extensive interior and exterior refurbishment following a fire – but loyal customers have flocked back since it opened its doors again at the end of August.
Manager Hasan said: “We would like to thank all of our customers for their continued support this year. It has been great to see them back at the restaurant and the feedback we have had so far about the refurbishment has been very positive.”
Despite the changes to the family-run restaurant, one thing that has remained the same is the dedication to creating and serving high quality, reasonably priced food.
The freshly prepared dishes are served by the friendly team at Dyce Tandoori and each one is made using the freshest ingredients to a very high standard by trained and experienced chefs.
Among the popular choices with diners is the Tandoori Garlic Chilli Chicken, which is boneless Tandoori chicken, cooked with olive oil, ginger, garlic and fresh green chillies in a hot thick bhoona sauce.
With an extensive menu to choose from, there’s something to suit all tastes at Dyce Tandoori. And they can cater for any dietary requirements or allergies diners have – just speak to the waiter and they will be happy to help.
The special Christmas menu will soon be available for diners in the mood for something a bit more festive too.
There is also a function room that can be booked for your special events. With room for up to 40 people it’s the ideal space for a party – whether a birthday party, retirement, anniversary or engagement party.
There plenty of spaces in the restaurant’s car park, making it easy and accessible to visit, whether sitting in or taking away.
Dyce Tandoori is open seven days a week, from 12noon to 2pm and then 4pm to 10.30pm (weeknights) and 11pm (weekends).
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