Restaurant open every evening 5pm - 10 pm for restaurant and takeaway, Church Street, Seaford
Hot and spicy meals can be a pairing predicament if you enjoy a glass of wine with your meal. A little sparkling rose such as Pink Elephant, is frequently a better match with chilli and fragrant spices, than a full bodied red.
Many of our customers prefer a cool Kingfisher or Cobra lager and we are sure to have something to match most people’s preferences.
Enjoyed a visit in a group of 6. (My husband and I had travelled down from Leicester where there are an abundance of Curry houses).. We were all made very welcome . Pleasant surroundings. The food was superb. Definitely recommend the Bengal Palace for its vast menu and gorgeous food. Will make another visit when next in the area, for sure.
Ordered take out wasn’t disappointed. Food was nice plentiful, with enough for lunch too! Chicken Tikka starter was tasty and moist and the Dansak spicy and warm. Superb.
A MUST TO VISIT IF YOU LOVE INDIAN FOOD
We visited the Bengal Palace for dinner last night with friends to celebrate my birthday. We had a lovely meal which included King Prawn Korma, Butter Chicken, Harry Murgh Tikka and Chicken Chettinad with rices, bombay and crispy fried potatoes and onion bhajees. And what a beautiful feast it was. The restaurant has two menus to choose from so there is a good choice for everyone, including lovely vegetarian dishes as well.
The service is excellent and we are always so well looked after.
All in all we had a great evening so thank you to everyone at the Bengal Palace for making my birthday so enjoyable. Kathi and Mike.
Really tasty meal. Extensive menu with some more unusual choices as well as the more standard options.
Came across this by accident when the place we were originally going to was close. Really pleased we did. The menu is extensive and varied. Food beautifully cooked, some of the meat was actually melting when eaten. Very clean, especially the toilets. We came last minute and didn’t need to book- but it may be required at peak times.
We visited on our last night in Seaford and were not disappointed
The staff were very friendly and the service was excellent
The menu has a wide range of curries and other meals
I had chicken patia which was very tasty and had a good kick of spice, my wife had a king prawn puree and said it was the best she had ever had
The restaurant is nicely decorated and very clean with staff complying with covid restrictions
We would thoroughly recommend the restaurant and would visit without hesitation if we were in the area again
Came here while I was working away and had a chicken corma it was lovely, chicken fell apart in my mouth. The sauce was sweet and delicious and the nan bread was lovely highly recommended going here!!
The restaurant is lovely but this visit the food was not great
We returned to the restaurant as the food was do tasty and could not fault anything. We went for a short break to Eastbourne and decided we must return to Seaford for a curry. We returned on Thursday 10th September and were so looking forward to the lovely food. Oh what a let down the dansak tasted more like a tikka mussala and was so sweet I could not eat it. A really disappointing evening. It was like eating sugar no flavour no spice just awful.
It was even worse as we had to take a mage detour to get to the restaurant from Eastbourne due to an accident but we felt it would be worth it but sadly it was not.
Delcious selection of curries, friendly staff and very generous portions. A must visit in Seaford, thank you
The food was really tasty. The staff were well spoken and attentive.
Food excellent. Staff polite well spoken and attentive. Would visit again. The restaurant was clean and service excellent. Will visit again.
To order a takeaway or contact us please phone 01323 899077