Surya Restaurant

Ceintuurbaan 147 1072 Amsterdam Netherlands Map
Average price €25.00
8,6 /10
51 reviews
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About the restaurant Surya Restaurant

Culinary dinner a Surya

The Surya restaurant invite you to come and enjoy culinary mastery and impeccable service.
They offer an exquisite selection of Indian, Nepalese and Oriental cuisines with unexpected and adventurous flavours. Wether you like meat, fish, curries, tandoories or vegetarian specialties, they have it all! Let them take you on a culinary journey and enjoy a lovely evening!

Restaurant prices

Average à la carte price
(average à la carte price based on a two-course meal excluding drinks)
Prices and menu can change. Those prices don't take into account any promotion and are VAT included.

How to get to the restaurant Surya Restaurant

How to get there?

  • Car park Paid parking in the neighborhood

Opening time

Monday Closed
Tuesday untill Sunday 17:00 - 00:00
- Dinner 17:00 - 22:30


8,6 /10
Only clients who have dined at the restaurant, after booking on TheFork, can leave their opinion.
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1/51 reviews
Christopher P.
(2 reviews)
Average Rating
7,3 /10
  • Meal date : 24 Jan 2014
On my eternal hunt for proper Indian food in Amsterdam, someone recommended Suray as being 'the best'. And it is pretty good. Food is fresh and the dishes do taste different from each other. It sells itself as authentic but small touches give it away. Pappadums served with Chinese sweet and sour sauce (no pickle or chutney). Generic iceberg salad with every dish (Indians would serve thinly-sliced red onion). And of course, the usual mix-and-match-meats-and-sauces menu. It's just not up to the standard of anything in the U.K. and the prices are, frankly, outrageous. €13 for a small vegetable side dish with rice! It's basically a posher version of all the other Indian restaurants in town, with more tasteful decor.

Indian restaurants in Amsterdam are stuck in the 1980s. Generic menus. Fluffy 'culinary mysteries of the Orient' presentation. There's just no imagination.

There's a real gap in the market here for a simpler approach to Indian cuisine: stripped-down menu, dishes created around specific ingredients, genuinely regional (e.g. Keralan, Gujarati, Punjabi). Places like Rasa or Ragam in London. If this can happen in London, New York and even Berlin, why can't it happen here?
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