Balti House Restaurant


Yorkshire’s first Balti House in Keighley:
After the last decade of serving traditional Punjabi Cuisine, The Balti House team would like to introduce their new purpose built restaurant in Keighley, with seating over 300, and unrivalled setting for a special dining experience.

The Balti Experience:
Balti is a traditional northern dish, this originates from the north west and northern region of Punjab. This is a very popular dish cooked in a cast iron wok which enhances the exotic flavours. A dish which has to be tasted to be appreciated. Relax in elegant secluded cabins in a pleasant air conditioned atmosphere and enjoy the home of Traditional Punjabi Cooking.

Car Parking available with security cameras, secluded cabin seats, parties catered for special functions, outside catering, business functions, disabled access, fully air conditioned, spacious reception area, area’s for non-smoking diners, diners are allowed to bring their own alcoholic drinks.

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  • Disabled access

Meeting, Conference & Wedding Facilities

  • Facilities for conferencing

Map & Directions

Road Directions

The nearest railway station is Keighley, which is 0 miles away.

Balti House Restaurant (Keighley)

Type:Restaurant - Indian

Brooks Building, Albert Street, Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD21 2AT
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Call direct on:

Tel01535 611600

Opening Times

* Sunday-Thursday 17.00 - 23.00
Friday-Saturday 17:00 - 23:30

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