Map

Nooris Indian Cuisine information

Norri's Indian restaurant offers a wide range of traditional dishes including favourites such as balti and tikka specialities.

Is this venue information incorrect? Help us get it right!

improve this listing
Book a table at Nooris Indian Cuisine

You can book a table at Nooris Indian Cuisine. Just select the date and time you require below




find a table

Do you work at Nooris Indian Cuisine?

Claim your free listing to take control. Add offers, images, event info and more for free!

claim here
Check-in
Check-in
Check-out
Check-out
Opening Hours
Opening Hours
Mon-Thu 12:00-14:30 & 18:00-23:30
Fri-Sat 12:00-14:30 & 18:00-00:00
Sun 12:00-15:00 & 18:00-23:00

show more

What did you think of Nooris Indian Cuisine?

your rating

Nooris Indian Cuisine reviews



By Kim F.

Went here with my girlfriend for our anniversary. The food is divine and we will definitely be going back.


By Jherry A.

Nooris was the first curry house I ate in in Brighton back in 1990 - it was fab. A long spell away and a terrible meal a few years later meant I stayed away until last night. Things haven't changed much - taseless food, served cold, by staff who clearly weren't interested in their job or their customers. The currys we had were all equally sweet (a Korma, a Dhansak and a Madras), tasted virtually the same, with the only real difference being the colour. The two side dishes (muutar Panner and Aloo Gooby) were equally tasteless. That, plus extra charge for rice (wtf!); chutney and poppadums charged extra for (not explained about and whipped away rather curtly before the meal had even finished), ensured that the meal wasn't worth the £30 per head we were charged (that includes a £4 a pint beer). When I asked whether the 10% service charged added to the bill went direct to the staff, the waiter clearly couldn't understand the question, making me wonder about whether he had the necessary language skills to be a waiter! I shan't be in a hurry to go back as its clear that its a restaurant trading on a rapidly tarnishing imaged.


By Wayne H.

Visited here last weekend, lovely restaurant, attentive staff and tasty food. Slightly higher priced than others in the area but worth it.


By Amelia L.

My boyfriend and I visited Nooris last night. The restaurant itself was pleasant and staff were welcoming, but the food was probably some of the most unpleasant indian food I've ever tasted. The vegetables in the vegetable korma were all from frozen and flavourless. The curries were all scarily bright in colour - the lamb curry was a violent and unatural red which my boyfriend only dared to eat half of. The meal left us feeling queasy and uncomfortable. I wouldn't recommend the place.


By Mohammed H.

Might be in a great location but not up to standards! My partner and I made an £50 order…might seem a lot but I was very hungry. December time so it was freezing and the restaurant didn’t have any heating where we was sitting! So my poor lady found it sooo cold and couldn’t enjoy her meal. I was so disappointed with the food. It was very standard and nothing special. Prawn Puri and Bindi Bhaji (ladies fingers) was so bland no taste at all. I had higher expectations as I’ve explored most of Brighton’s top restaurants and take-aways and this one HAD TO BE THE WORST! I found out that the food they produce is pre-cooked. For example, the sauces: madras, vindaloo and mossalla etc is cooked and left in the fridge. Then any Tom Dick and Harry can come and add the right amount of meat pieces…mix it up and serve it! I’m used to going to restaurants who have proper chefs…who know good food, how to deliver and would eat it themselves! This restaurant used to be good once upon a time I’m sure but it’s all about mass production now…right?! If I could give no stars out of 5 I would! What a shamble!!

Find a restaurant