In the most central area of East Boldon, there is the Indian restaurant called Café Bangla. It excels in the area because of its friendly service and creative twist of most Indian dishes. You can try the Tika Massala chicken or
Spice Brick Lane is one of the restaurants on Brick Lane, the "Indian street" in London. There are many restaurants and it's hard to know which to choose. This place was packed which we thought was a good sign. The dishes were quite
Bengal Cuisine is one of the many Indian restaurants on Brick Lane. It is the quintessential street where you can have a curry in London. Bengal Cuisine is a fairly recently opened place, but it has good reviews and recommendations.
Sheraz is an Indian restaurant on Brick Lane, a street that has many restaurants like this one. It is one of the oldest on the street that serves Indian and Bangladesh cuisine. To me, the selection seemed too big and complicated.
In Britain I often opt for Indian cuisine, because I like it, and in this country it is usually a found at a good price. The Bombay Blues is a beautifully decorated restaurant with a lounge / Chill out atmosphere, offering a lunch
The choice of Indian restaurants in London is huge. Among them, Masala Zone chain, with five restaurants located throughout the city, offers quite reasonable prices and good quality. The first restaurant opened in Soho in 2001 and
This Himalayan Indian restaurant is a great place to eat in Callander and, at around 15.00 pounds per head, offers great value for your money. The food is tasty and comes as a shock after having eaten rather bland Scottish food for
We got to Mumtaz on recommendation from our landlady and she didn't do us wrong. Mumtaz, first of all, is like a palace. Arches, wall-mirrors, columns: a true gem. They serve pints of Cobra and delicious Indian cuisine thats not too
I saw Gaby's Deli as I was walking around Covent Garden and it looked like a nice place to stop and eat. It was a cold London day so I needed a place to warm up! The restaurant itself is nothing special, but the food quite good. Think
If you can't afford to visit India, you can go to The Spice Of Life Indian Cuisine instead! The food is spicy but good and if you're not one for spicy you can always request your dish without peppers. Everything on the menu is also
Pakhtoonkhwa Restaurant is located in Marble Arch and it's one of those places that makes you curious when you walk by. If you have any doubts, don't. Just walk in...you won't regret it. They serve chicken done a thousand ways and
Sweet & Spicy is one of the most famous restaurants on Brick Lane. Its facade is covered with recommendations for its delicious and refined food. It serves Indian and Pakistani dishes. It is cheap, you can eat a meat dish, a vegetable