Khushi's Indian Restaurant

Superb quality food is central to the Khushi's philosophy

Feature by Leo Wood | 12 Nov 2006

Any family business that has been running nearly 60 years is likely to be something special, and this family establishment, managed today by three brothers of the Mohammed family, is no exception. Having outgrown previous locations in town due to popularity, Khushi's has recently scaled up and relocated to massive new premises on Victoria Street. Entering the restaurant up a grand, sweeping staircase, the décor might not be to everyone's taste but thankfully the bold look is matched by superb quality food, central to the Khushi's philosophy. The food is a combination of Pakistani (a rustic cuisine) and Indian. Our tastebuds were well sated by the Dal Makhani black lentil dish, cooked slowly overnight, and the deliciously creamy Butter Chicken dish. Given the traditional use of ghee in Pakistan, much of the food is rich, so don't have eyes bigger than your stomach. Being a Muslim restaurant, alcohol is not served on the premises though Khushi's are happy for customers to bring their own. So whilst you do pay for the good quality food, the bill at the end of the night, excluding booze, is extremely reasonable. 

9 Victoria Street, Edinburgh
0131 220 0057
Opening Hours: 12 noon-11 pm 7 days a week
Take away service also available