Welcome to Buckingham Tandoori, proudly serving the community since 1989

We have Earned Our Reputation 

During the past two decades we've built a reputation for excellence that has earned us the respect of consumers and industry experts alike. Building a leading Indian takeaway company has required relentless innovation, commitment to quality and dedication to customer service and value. The qualities of entrepreneurship, growth and leadership have characterized our business through over two decades of success. Through the strength of our heritage, our culture, we look forward to even more success in the decades ahead. We source only high quality ingredients for our culinary and package our meals (dishes) in extreme high quality stay fresh NON-LEAK MICROWAVEABLE PLASTIC containers.

NO more messy takeaways !


Our menu consists of traditional favourites and newer dishes we have added over the years thus providing a contrast of flavour, colour and demonstrates the interesting profiles of our cuisine prepared to the highest standards. This will enable you to sample the richly varied cuisine of India to the full.

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About us

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A Brief History of Curry

Many people know that Chicken Tikka Masala has become Britain's favourite dish, but Europe's love affair with spicy Indian food goes back much further than most realise... In fact, Christopher Columbus only discovered America by mistake - he thought he had found a shortcut to India, and was motivated by the very lucrative spice trade. Centuries later, the British Empire was largely driven onwards by the desire of traders to get a piece of the spice trade. Before long it wasn't just the spices of the East which were in demand in Britain, and the first recipe for "Curry" in an English cookery book appeared as long ago as 1747! In the 20th century, immigration to the UK from Southern Asia bought authentic Indian food to every town in Britain, and the dishes we all know and love - including Chicken Tikka Masala - evolved into the forms we know today.