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Opening Hours
Opening Hours

17:00 - 01:15


17:00 - 11:30


17:00 - 11:30


17:00 - 11:30


17:00 - 11:30


17:00 - 11:30


17:00 - 11:30

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Omar Khans reviews

By Hannah M.

Omar Khans has a reputation among local curry lovers for quality. A reputation I feel is richly deserved. I recently dined at the Skipton branch and had a really good night, one of these rare dine-out experiences where it's hard to think of anything to complain about. The menu is diverse and the portions of it I tasted are easily up there with the best Indian cuisine I've ever had. The service was quick and friendly. Also the wine bar was well stocked and affordable with drinks for two pounds during happy hour, we couldn't really go wrong. Certainly will be visiting again.

By Jonathan C.

We have eaten at both the Bradford and Skipton Restaurants and each time we have ordered from the Early Bird Menu. We were suprised at the level of choise available, we are used to 3 or 4 options elsewhere. We both absolutly loved the food, fantasitly tasty with options for mild to hot and at £8.95 for a 2 course meal really affordable too. The service was excellent and speedy. This is the kind of dining out you can do on a regular basis... and we do!

By Livi D.

This is absolutely one of our favourites, the family have eaten here a few times and we had a big birthday bash for one of our friends this week. The food is great for meat eaters and veggies alike and the service was and always is top class. We are becoming regulars!

By Bob M.

Ive tried many restaurants in Bradford but the one restaurant that really was different was OMAR KHANS! The food was absolutely outstanding the atmosphere was so relaxing with such friendly staff who are always happy to serve and have a quick chat. The only one restaurant in Bradford that makes you feel so welcome. I would reccomend anyone who has not tried Omar Khans to give it a go.

By Steve B.

Offering a vast selection of traditional dishes and their special in-house creations, Omar Khans attempts to entice customers in a very competitive local market.

The Venue
Situated opposite the bingo hall and near all the main night clubs in Bradford, Omar Khans has arguably one of the best locations for walk-in business. From the outside, the venue has the look of a small mansion, largely due to its pillars at the door and the authentic-looking palm trees in the gardens. Upon entry, the inside has a lovely separate bar area for you to relax in. The main dining area is reminiscent of a very plush and luxurious living room in a stately home, something that sets the tone for the evening.

The Atmosphere
Due to the surroundings, the vibe is cosy and comfortable. Staff are very quick to place orders, they know their menu inside out and are willing to accommodate any amendments to certain dishes. Even though there are night clubs nearby, once inside you will not hear any loud music or revellers, even at weekends.

The Food
An extensive menu covers a fantastic array of choices. One of the picks from the starters is the chicken liver lasooni (£3), which sees the liver covered in cumin. The cumin infuses into every essence of the liver which helps to give it an enriching mouth-watering taste, and the addition of some coriander only enhances this further.

A highlight from the mains is the jhinga khas (£9.95), a dish containing king prawns. Substantial portions are the name of the game at OK’s, and the prawns are large, juicy and salty. The dish also has hints of ginger, but the overall flavour is sumptuous and the sauce, which has a light salty texture too, compliments the prawns beautifully.

If you still have room there is a great choice of desserts, and with a name like caramel fantastica (£2.95), you may well be tempted. Comprising of vanilla and caramel ice cream, bits of toffee and chocolate balls engulfed in yet more caramel sauce, sweet-toothed people will be in heaven. This dish may leave you a little queasy if you finish it all.

The Drink
A selection of wines, draught beers, teas, coffee and soft drinks are all available. An Argentinean white, Trivento Chardonnay (£9.95), accompanies the aforementioned meal very well. A very light wine blending orange and peach flavours, it piques the taste of each course, in particular the indulgent dessert.

The Last Word
Omar Khans is a restaurant where you should make full use of the extensive menu. They state themselves that all dishes are uniquely OK, but they are significantly better than that.