Pataka Indian & Bengali Restaurant

190 Causewayside
Edinburgh EH9 IPN
0131 668 1167 or 0131 662 9394

Press and Reviews

Pataka Interior Image
 
Pataka Interior Image
 
Pataka Interior Image

Reviews

"Pataka's distinctive Macintosh interior, with carved private wooden booths, creates a unique contemporary appearance. It has innovative infusions of Bengali and Scottish culture, with a selection of traditional dishes also on the menu and was featured in Ian Rankin's novel Set In Darkness ..."
The Scotsman, June 2007

"In previous reviews I've always saluted Glasgow as the curry capital of the Scotland but, if west is best, Pataka proves you can get a feast in the east ... the best curry I've eaten this year..."
Tam Cowan, Daily Record, November 2007

"Pataka restaurant, which specialises in Indian and Bengali fare, is becoming a jewel in Edinburgh's Asian cookery crown. ..."
Edinburgh Evening News, January 2006

Press Coverage

Pataka was featured in the Scotsman Magazine and the Edinburgh Evening News when we started giving out lessons in how to speak Bengali to our customers!

We were also featured in the Edinburgh Evening News in April 2007 in relation to Bengali New Year.

Ian Rankin is a regular customer of Pataka and the restaurant was featured in three of his novels - Set In Darkness, Standing In Another Man's Grave and Rather Be The Devil.

Pataka Indian & Bengali Restaurant
190 Causewayside | Edinburgh | EH9 IPN

0131 668 1167 or 0131 662 9434

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