Gandhi Restaurant is a premier and authentic Indian Restaurant that has been proudly serving the Winchester area and beyond since 1987. Since then, our mission has been to provide high-quality food for all those that wish to combine fun and enjoyable ambiance with skillful cooking into one extraordinary dining experience.
As the longest running indian restaurant, we pride ourselves on our personal service and the innovative and classic dishes that we have to offer.
Consists of lamb chop, makhani chicken tikka, lamb tikka and onion bhaji.
Grilled wood pigeon, chicory green leaf salad, spiced walnut and yoghurt dressing.
Jumbo king prawn, coconut, curry leaf, saffron and mace and green cardamom sauce
We’re open from Saturday 4th July and are now taking bookings in line with government guidelines. Please check our revised opening hours and details of the safety measures we have put in place.
There are limited tables available to ensure we manage social distancing. Details of customers will be required and we require all customers to observe our procedures. We do this to ensure not only the customer is as safe as can be but also our staff in this Post Covid 19 climate.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
2022 Opening Hours
Lunch - 12.00 to 2.00 pm (only Wed to Sun)
Dinner - 5.30 to 10.30 pm (Tue to Sun and until 11.00pm on Fri & Sat)
We are open on Mon 14th February as per the above times
We are currently back to doing takeout orders but have implemented new measures due to meet the Covid 19 Restrictions. We now offer online orders directly through to our kitchen where you can pay online. This is just for collections where we are offering 10% discount.
Please note takeout is available at the same time as our opening hours. You can also order online in advance but only for the same day.
Food Allergies & Intolerances
Please use the special instructions box in the online ordering system to notify us of any allergies or intolerances or alternatively ask our staff about the ingredients
in your meal, when making your order.
Whilst a dish may not contain a specific allergen, due to the wide range of ingredients used in our kitchen, foods may be at risk of cross contamination by other ingredients.