About The Khayber Restaurants

Many see The Khayber as the best Indian restaurant in Belfast, but officially, The Khayber has been voted among the Belfast Telegraph's Top Ten Restaurants (across all categories) and consistently get excellent reviews for restaurant critics and and the general public alike.

The restaurants are named for the historic mountain trade route between Central Asia and South Asia known as the Khyber Pass. With the alternate spelling of Khayber begin an international reference to how the word is pronounced in the local dialect of the region — which is also the birthplace of the restaurants' founder Mr. Khan (well-known for opening one of Northern Ireland's first and most popular Indian restaurants, The Mogul on Great Victoria Street in Belfast).

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"I absolutely love coming to The Khayber! The food is outstanding as is the service. Five star all the way."
Anthony James via nifoodreview.com

"If you are looking for Indian restaurants in Belfast then your search is over. The Khayber has no equals when it comes to Indian cuisine."
Paul Jones, Glengormley

"Lovers of indian cuisine should make the effort to visit the Khayber"
Vincent Kearney, Belfast Telegraph

"Such was the quality of the food and service that I'll definitely be back to the Khayber in the not too distant future" Steven McAlister, Belfast Telegraph

"Very good food and service"
Paul Thompson via nifoodreview.com

"An absolute must for Indian lovers, possibly the best Indian restaurant in N. Ireland"
John Shaw via nifoodreview.com

"This restaurant is excellent! You really gotta try it, a must for any Indian food lover"
Samantha Smith via nifoodreview.com