Welcome to the finest Indian Takeaway in Ipswich

One of the first trading ventures along the Bay of Bengal was the merchant traders known as our very own, the British East India Company

'I would like to offer you a warm welcome & introduce you to the Bengal Experience. We take our name from the bay that forms the north-eastern part of the Indian Ocean.  It resembles a triangle in shape & is bordered on the east by the Malay Peninsula & by India & Sri Lanka to the West, Bangladesh & the Indian state of West Bengal to the North where the name originally comes from.  In the 10th Century the explosion of Indian Kingdoms, led by the Chola Empire, resulted in the Bay of Bengal being known as the Chola Lake.  It later came to be known as Bangal ki Khadi in Hindi.  Bengal comes from the Sanskrit Banga or Vanga which refers to the delta waters of the river Ganges. Many major rivers of both India & Bangladesh flow west to east into the Bay of Bengal including the Ganges, Brahmaputra, Padma, Meghna, Jamuna, Ayeyarwady, Doavari, Mahanadi & many others all frow into the bay. 

'I hope that you enjoy our traditional food & custom. I would welcome your feedback & views on our service & quality of food.  Please do not hesitate to contact me at the takeaway during opening times.  I look forward to serving you at our takeaway and perhaps meeting you in person.' 

We use a variety of fresh ingredients & exotic spices from all over the Indian subcontinent to give our food its unique flavour & distinctive taste.

Ali (Manager)

We offer 20% discount for NHS Staff, Police, Emergency Services and the Armed Forces. Relevant ID must be provided on order.

20% discount

Find us on:

Opening Times


Wednesday to Monday (including Bank Holidays). Time: 5pm to 10.30pm.

324 Nacton Road


IP3 9NA. 

Bay of Bengal Indian Takeaway. The finest authentic Indian and Bengali takeaway in Ipswich with 5.5 out of 6 rating on Just Eat.co.uk with 1500+ reviews.

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