Swatlands Restaurant is one of the finest, award-winning Indian restaurants in Leicestershire.
The restaurant was opened in 2001. The building is approximately 400 years old and has a lot of history. It has been known that George Davenport - the infamous highwayman - resided there when the building was trading as an inn. This was in the late 1600s.
The name "Swatlands" originated from the previous owner, Michael Swatland, who had this building as an off-license and wine shop, for a number of years. This building was always known as "Swatlands", hence we kept the name.
The present owner of the restaurant - Kam Dawda - has been in the trade for approximately 15 years. He created the Spice of India restaurant in Syston and built up a fantastic reputation there. Now, based at Oadby, Swatlands has recently been awarded with the "Best Restaurant in Leicestershire" accolade.
Kam has created a stunning menu at Swatlands to tantalise many people's taste-buds.
Winner of "The Week" Award - Best Leicestershire Restaurant
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