The Grange

Office 1 132 Dunthorne Way, Grange Farm, Milton Keynes, MK8 0LW Directions

   Open today 17:00 - 23:00

Business overview

The multi award winning Indian Restaurant in Milton Keynes gives a fantastic dining in experience for all customers.

The Grange is a contemporary restaurant specialising in authentic Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine. Whether you want to sit in our modern restaurant or take your food away it will always have the same high quality and wonderful flavours

Set within a modern building with contemporary dining room and a friendly warm welcome upon arrival. The Grange Restaurant is simply the best in Milton Keynes. The Grange MK is a contemporary restaurant specialising in authentic Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine. Whether you want to sit in our modern restaurant or take your food away it will always have the same high quality and wonderful Indian flavours

We host regular live events including local charity events you can check out our Facebook page for regular updates. We aim to make sure you have a wonderful time by offering passionately prepared food, a warm welcome and a friendly team who are here to make sure your visit at The Grange MK is a night to remember.

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Reviews

Modern Indian Dining, High Standard

5
I have had dinner here more than six times and have always been happy. The food is always first class and there is a lot of it. Service is good too. It is often busy, despite being slightly more expensive than some other Indian restaurants in the area. Recommended.
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Give this restaurant a wide birth you will thank me.

1
I was really looking forward to a curry from an authentic curry restaurant rather than eating in The Premier Inn? It was a no brainer I mistakenly thought.
So I ordered onion bhajees which was so oily that they slipped out of my hands. The rice was fine but Chicken Pathia was a joke it had No taste, no flavour it was like eating porridge only with chicken. Hot Spices what spices? The plain naan bread was fine, but you could hardly get that wrong surely! I would have been better off having the curry in The Premier Inn than travelling all the way to your restaurant to have this slop. I love my curries and yours just offended me. So i won't be coming back again. This cost me £18.75 plus a larger.
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Mum's birthday!

5
Booked a table for ten....We had a very good time on our mum's birthday. The table was well organised for the birthday. The place looked great. Staff were so friendly, assisted on selecting food from the menu. Food was proper freshly cooked and hot as some came sizzling. We all enjoyed as we had varieties. Their chicken Tikka and the mix grill was the best!!! We all recomend this place.
Zainab
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Never stepping foot into this place ever again

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1 star is higher than what the restaurant deserves. The food at the grange was nauseating. Starters, at £5 each, were tiny. What a rip-off! The egg fried rice wasn’t even fried: it was plain rice with scrambled egg in it. The paratha was FROZEN and HEATED. Egg fried rice is supposed to be nice and warm and garnished but of course this restaurant says no, they put steamed, tasteless rice and soggy, water tasting scrambled egg. The chilly paneer was bitter and not at all tasty or digestible. Looking at the past reviews I don’t know if we just got all the bad food the Grange had to offer, but what I do know is that we will never be stepping our foot in that restaurant ever again. I mean never.
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Repulsive, revolting and repellent.

1
One of or possibly THE worst excuse for an Indian cuisine. Atrocious service, bland food, tremendously overpriced. Ashamed to say this is an Indian restaurant. Extremely tiny portions with absolutely no flavour whatsoever.
The paratha was definitely out of the freezer and one cannot be expected to eat that. The so called egg fried rice was merely steamed rice with tasteless, flimsy bits of scrambled egg; whole dish tasted of stodgy water. Every single curry was of very poor quality, a mix of uncooked masala powder and frozen meat overloaded with sugar.
The waiter we were served by was disrespectful and ill mannered when receiving constructive feedback, quote, "this is the food that our chef cooks and that you pay for, we can't do anything more".
I would definitely definitely not recommend anyone who wants an edible meal to visit that place and we will most certainly never step foot in that restaurant again.
Repulsive, revolting and repellent. Ugh.
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