Indian food is best enjoyed at an ambient restaurant, with friends and family. However, when dining out is not an option, Indian takeaway is an easy alternative. It is hassle-free, just call ahead or order online and enjoy authentic, traditional Indian food in the comfort of your home.

But what do you order? With a menu as vast as ours, it is normal to get flustered. So here is a list of Indian dishes that you can order for takeout.

Best Indian dishes for takeaway at Indique Indian Restaurant:

  1. Kebabs: A variety of grilled or spit-roasted delicacy that is perfect for any time of the day. Since the chutney or dip is packed separately, they are a good option for takeout.
  2. Biryani: The Indique special biryani is a festival of flavours, created with fragrant Basmati rice, chicken or lamb- cooked with saffron water.
  3. Tandoori chicken: There’s nothing better than smoking hot tandoori chicken at the end of a long, hectic day.
  4. Pasanda: A mild curry that you can enjoy with literally anything, anytime.
  5. Prawn curry: This is as royal as your takeout can get. Indique offers two different kinds of prawn curry that are equally loved by our customers- Goan and Kerala prawn curry. Which one would you like to try?
  6. Jalfrezi: A thick gravy based curry with a medley of veg as well as non-veg ingredients.
  7. Indique chicken: An Indique special for all chicken-lovers. It’s a dish of pan-fried chicken, stir fried in sauce with garlic, ginger, chilli, onion, and pepper.
  8. Murg mahal: It’s a mild chicken dish cooked with coconut milk and pure ghee (butter).
  9. Indique sea bass: Pan-fried fresh sea bass served on the side of rich, creamy gravy.
  10. Rogan Josh: Amp up the spice factor in your dinner with this medium hot delicacy. It’s a traditional dish that is a great option for takeaway.

Why order Indian takeout from Indique Indian Restaurant?

Indian takeaway often translates to dry or heavy curry that is far from palatable. The dishes mentioned in this post from Indique stay warm and delicious even on the ride to your home. We pack the food as well as we can so that you can enjoy fresh, tasty dishes when you arrive at your destination.

Award-winning restaurant in the heart of Kilkenny: Indique Indian Restaurant

Indique serves delicious Indian food in Kilkenny, and the people love it. There’s isn’t one particular reason why Indique is the best Indian restaurant in Kilkenny, Ireland. We’ve managed to deliver perfection on each aspect of your dining experience. Read on to know more about us:

Family and child friendly

With a deciated kids menu and cozy, warm space, we welcome families of all sizes into our reaturant. We ensure you have a comfortable, hassle-free dining experience, and we don’t hesitate to pull out all the stops to that end.

Dine in and takeaways

Not only do we serve delicious food, we also give you plenty of options to have it as you want. You can relish smoking hot food fresh off the pan or enjoy it in the comfort of your home. We make sure the food is packed well in hygienic containers so that it’s still fresh to consume after a little while.

High-quality, organic ingredients

The highest quality food can only be made with the highest quality of ingredients. Enjoy the taste of fresh, organic produce, heightened by authentic flavours of Indian spices. Dive into an ocean of aromas, colours, textures and flavours at Indique Indian Restaurant.

Curry and kebabs

With an extensive selection of curries and kebabs, you can have a party of delicacies at Indique Indian Restaurant. We serve both, vegetarian, as well as non-vegetarian options in both categories. Enjoy kebabs with bread, curry with pulao or pair them up as you like- the choices are truly endless.

So what are you waiting for? Book a table now and enjoy dining like royalty at Indique Indian Restaurant. For any further queries, please call us at  +353 56 775 1938.

Dining at an Indian restaurant for the first time? It can be overwhelming, to say the least. But there’s nothing to worry about. As long as you are prepared for a typically vast Indian restaurant menu, with a plethora of flavours you can choose from, you are good to go. And that is exactly the purpose of this post.

For most people, the challenge lies in not knowing what to expect in terms of ingredients andmethod of preparation. For some others, the difficulty lies in choosing healthy options over guilty pleasures. For others still, the struggle centers on how to eat Indian food.

But no matter which of these categories you fall into, your dilemma ends here. Here is a complete guide to a typical Indian restaurant menu that you’ll ever need.

Why should you try Indian Cuisine?

Indian food is as diverse as the land it hails from- and it’s delicious. Indian cuisine offers a plethora of flavours you can explore: sweet and sour, spicy and creamy, bitter and savoury- there’s no end to this unforgettable culinary journey once you begin.

Sadly, Indian food is generally associated with chilli hot. It’s true that spices are an integral part of Indian cooking, but that goes beyond chillies. In fact, Indian food contains flavourful spices like turmeric, ginger, fennel, cinnamon and cumin- all of which have medicinal properties.

Dishes on an Indian restaurant menu that you should definitely try


  1. Kebabs: Is there such a thing as too many kebabs? You’ll have to try them and find out. Minced meat (or veggies) mixed with spices and grilled over a charcoal fire- it’s perfection on a plate. And the crowning jewel of Indian cuisine.
  2. Samosa: The slightly unhealthier cousin of kebabs, samosa has a dedicated fan following for its simplicity and versatility more than its taste.
  3. Veg fritters: Crispy, filled with a variety of vegetables, these bite-sized pakoras can whet your appetite like nothing else.
  4. Tandoori chicken: Another international favourite, this is a must-try if you love chicken.

Main course:

  1. Kadai paneer: A classic dish of fresh cottage cheese and bell peppers. It’s typically a dry curry that is best enjoyed with naan or paratha.
  2. Chicken tikka masala: Although this is globally popular, there are other chicken curries that you can try as well. Butter chicken (milder and sweeter in taste) and chicken chettinad (made with coriander seeds and curry leaves to induce the flavour of South India) are especially popular.
  3. Goan prawn curry: Want to experience the warmth of coastal Goa? Just have some Goan prawn curry with plain rice and enjoy the cheapest Goa vacation you can have without even lifting a finger.
  4. Chana masala: A vegan option that is as healthy as it is tasty. Chole is garbanzo beans (chickpeas) which is high in proteins and minerals. Enjoy it with naan or pulao.

Indique Indian Restaurant: Visit for the best Indian food in Kilkenny

The Indian culture is known to be amongst the oldest in the world. It may be the reason why the Indian people, over the centuries, have developed a cuisine which is also one of the best in the world. If you have never been to an Indian restaurant before, you are missing out. Come, dine at an authentic Indian restaurant in Kilkenny and explore the culinary gems of India.

Skeptical still? Walk in at Indique Indian Restaurant in Kilkenny and allow us to blow your mind.

Who doesn’t love kebabs? If you’ve never had kebabs before, you’re missing out on some of the best things in life. For those who love kebabs as much as we do, Indique Indian Restaurant is the best place to have it in Ireland.

What is a kebab?

Kebab literally means to fry, burn or cook on a skewer through grilling or open fire cooking. Kebabs are almost always cooked over charcoal or shallow fried, and not usually deep fried.

The word ‘kebab’ (also called ‘kabob’) is said to originate from the Arabic language, even though the Persians, Turks and central Asians also lay claim to it. Modern Indian kebabs generally trace their origin to the royal Mughlai cuisine.

Is kebab healthy?

Kebabs are undoubtedly considered healthier than other types of fast food as they are not deep-fried. However the kebab meat does contain fat and mincing the meat increases the fat content by 5-10%.

Indulging in a platter of kebabs every once in a while probably won’t harm your health adversely. But make sure your order comes with plenty of salad or healthy dips.

How do you eat a kebab?

If your kebab comes in a skewer, slide all the bits of meat off it onto your plate and then eat as you would any other appetizer. If your kebab is rolled into patties, eat it with bread, salad and/or dip as you like.

One of the best things about kebabs is that it’s a versatile dish you can have as you please.

Popular types of kebabs:

Seekh kebab: Cylinders of minced lamb mixed with garlic, ginger, fresh mint and a selection of spices, cooked in a tandoor on skewers. This delicacy is served with a unique, lip-smacking mango and onion jam at Indique Indian Restaurant.

Shish kebab: This is skewered and grilled meat marinated or seasoned with a medley of spices. Legend has it that it was invented by medieval Turkish soldiers who used to grill meat on their swords over open-field fires. Enjoy it with veggies salad, creamy yogurt dip or wrapped in a pita pocket.

Chicken tikka kebab: Typically made with minced chicken thighs or breasts with the skin on, this another favourite at Indique Indian Restaurant. It is made with boneless chicken, marinated with yogurt, garlic, ginger, Kashmiri chilli (gives it a vibrant colour without making it too hot) and black cardamom. We barbecue it in a tandoor (clay oven) and serve with hara (green) chutney.

Shami kebab: Veg and non-veg options of this delicacy are generally available. It’s also called shaami or shammi kebab at some places. Made from finely minced and pounded meat called keema (or qeema), it’a a round patty that is crispy on the outside, soft and silky within.

Kakori kebab: This delicacy hails from Uttar Pradesh, a state in central India. It’s made by mashing boneless beef and mixing it with lentils, fried onion, garlic, ginger, mix spices. It is shallow-fried and served hot with imli (tamarind) chutney at Indique.

Doner kebab: It is brown coloured,  thinly sliced meat, which is roasted on a vertical rotating spit and is also generally high in fat. It’s also called a donair, döner or donner kebab at some restaurants. The meat used for making doner kebabs may be beef, lamb, veal or chicken, but not pork.

Which of these do you like the most? And which ones would you like to try next? Book your table now at Indique.