Rumi’s restaurant is located in Beverley, East Yorkshire in what was once the NFU building that many locals will remember. Its location just opposite the bus station is the perfect place for residents and visitors to pop in to have an Indian restaurant experience they’ll never forget.
Rumi’s building with it’s feature length, floor to ceiling windows have been designed to offer views of the town and St Mary’s church that you won’t find elsewhere in Beverley.
Rumi’s menu provides the nations favourite traditional dishes, such as chicken tikka and king prawn bhuna, but also offers a modern take on authentic Bangladesh and Indian dishes you won’t get anywhere else. The chef’s personal favourite of Matan Kari is something not to be missed, and for those who are more daring, the Naga Mirch Murgh is surely one of the hottest curry’s available in Beverley. (We have warned you!) Our vast menu is fantastic if you’re bored of ordering the same old chicken kormas, and with Rumi’s many years of knowledge, we’ll ensure you’ll find a modern take on a traditional favourite.