Shish Mahal is an Indian Restaurant & Takeaway based on 63a High Street in Musselburgh. We serve a wide range of delicious Indian food and offer online ordering and table booking.
Shish Mahal has been selected as one of the top 10 curry houses in Scotland. The Evening News sponsored event now needs you to vote for the winner!
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Finalist for the 2017 Scottish Curry Awards - Thank you Scotland!
Nominated for a British Curry Award 2015 - Our customers have nominated us for the Restaurant of The Year Award so a big thank you to everyone! The ceremoney takes place next weekend so we will be sure to let you know how it goes!
The Shish Mahal is one of Musselburgh's oldest and most successful family owned restaurants. Not only that, the Shish Mahal was one of the first, if not the first, Fully Licensed Indian Restaurant throughout Edinburgh and certainly the longest serving Fully Licensed Indian Restaurant open today.
As East Lothian’s most visited Indian restaurant, the Shish Mahal has gained a reputation for it's authentic yet creative cuisine. Established by the Khan Family in 1979, much of the Shish Mahal’s achievements are to the credit of Idris Khan, who has been the driving force behind the popularity of the Shish Mahal for over 30 years.
We still have our Amazing Buffet Every Tuesday, come down and join us to enjoy this delicious cuisine, Book a Table Online to reserve a seat for tuesday - we can't wait to see you.
When the Shish Mahal Indian restaurant first opened its doors in 1979, the public perception of Indian food was that the girls ate Korma and the boys wolfed down a Madras - accompanied by copious quantities of lager. Some brave hearts even took on the dreaded Vindaloo, much to the amusement of waiters all over the country. Throughout the 1980’s and 90’s, however, a revolution occurred.
Through the gentle introduction of more and more authentic dishes from the subcontinent, more discerning palates have developed. Our menu is balanced between the need to maintain genuine all time favourites and urge to explore new styles of cuisine. At the Shish Mahal we are proud to present the best of both worlds. (Shaz 2009).
We are open 7 days a week from 5pm till midnight and offer a home delivery service.
Free delivery in Musselburgh. We also deliver to Wallyford, Joppa, Portobello, Tranent, Longniddry and neighbouring areas where a small delivery charge may be applied.
We can't wait to serve you,
The Shish Mahal Team
Here are some of our offers:
Join our free gold club and we will give you this voucher for £2.50 off a takeaway order over £20.
Miniumum order value of £20. Can only be used on www.shishmahal.net. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.Join Our Free gold Club
We are pleased to offer all Students 10% off online orders with this offer.
Student ID required. This cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.Order Takeaway Now
We will take 10% off any online order for collection.
Collection only, cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.Order Takeaway Now
Order takeaway Monday - Thursday and use this offer to get 100 bonus gold club points.
Gold club members only, cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.Order Takeaway Now
Here at Shish Mahal an Indian Restaurant & Takeaway in Musselburgh, we have a wide range of menu options. Serving delicious Indian food, we are sure we have something for you to enjoy.
Delivery Information: Minimum delivery time is 45 mins.Delivery charge not included. We will add the charge at time of delivery, if applicable.
We do not accept American Express.
*UPDATED* Delivery Charges: Musselburgh - £1.50 Wallyford - £1.50 Whitecraig - £1.50 Portobello - £3.50 Tranent - £4.00 Port Seaton - £3.50 Prestonpans - £3.5 Cockenzie - £3.50 Edinburgh - £3.50 Longniddry - £3.50 Ormistion - £5.00 Bonnyrigg - £5.00 Dalkeith - £5.00 Delivery cost not included in price, will be added separately.
Very good Indian restaurant and takeaway, always consistent, everything I’ve tried has been fresh and decent quality, I have experienced better for less money, which leads me to say it feels slightly on the expensive side but it’s probably average and I’d say it’s one of the best I’ve tried in 50 mile radius, I have been to most excluding Edinburgh city