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Kahani spices up Stirling with a new BYOB restaurant

15/12/2023
Kahani in Stirling

AWARD-winning Indian restaurant Kahani has recently unveiled its latest culinary venture in Stirling. Having initially gained acclaim as one of the pioneering Indian restaurants in Edinburgh, Kahani’s move to Stirling promises to deliver a unique and memorable dining experience.

Situated at 50 Upper Craigs, the newly refurbished Kahani restaurant offers spacious and bright interior that provides the perfect setting for guests to immerse themselves in the rich flavors of authentic Indian cuisine.

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The restaurant is BYOB (Bring Your Own Bottle) which means customers can bring their favourite tipple to enjoy with their meal. They also have the option to order one of Kahani’s many refreshing alcohol free cocktails which compliment the cuisine perfectly.

Describing itself as a fusion of traditional recipes and modern innovation, Kahani prides itself on using locally sourced, fresh ingredients. The result is a vibrant and exciting array of Indian flavors meticulously curated to cater to every palate.

A spokesperson from Kahani said: “We’re happy that we get to bring our unique menu to a new location and show Stirling’s curry enthusiasts what has made us so popular.

We think customers will enjoy our BYOB as it creates a fun atmosphere and will provide them will a night out the likes of which you won’t get anywhere else in Stirling.” 

Kahani is a celebrated Indian restaurant, widely recognized for its innovative approach to traditional Indian cuisine. With a commitment to utilizing fresh, locally sourced ingredients, Kahani offers a diverse and vibrant menu that caters to a spectrum of culinary preferences. The BYOB concept and dedication to creating an inviting atmosphere make Kahani a standout destination for an exceptional dining experience. Kahani Edinburgh, located at Edinburgh City Centre, is a 5 minute walk from St James Square and was among the first Indian Restaurants to open in Edinburgh.

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