Whether you love a sweet korma or a spicy madras, below we’ve answered some common questions about Indian food.
London is the capital of cuisine in the UK. Indian restaurants are springing up all the time in the capital – and here are three sure-fire way to discover the top indian restaurants in London:
Some of the most popular Indian restaurant dishes actually originated in the UK. For example:
Indian-style curry runs the gamut from ear-popping, meat-filled vindaloos to milder vegetarian dahls – with every sort of spice profile and ingredient list you can imagine in between. The range extends way beyond the saucy dishes many people typically think of as curry.
The best recipe for Indian food depends on what you’re looking for.
Of course, with all the chopping, frying and simmering required to prep an Indian dish, you might want to check out some of these cookery classes first.
There’s no shortage of Indian restaurants in East London’s trendy and culturally diverse streets, Brick Lane is packed with a host of delights. Many of these claim to be the best in London. While beauty is in the eye of the tastebud when it comes to restaurants we love, Sheba is a great choice. Rated highly by Groupon customers, its history runs back to the 1970s. Today it’s well-known and well-loved for its no frills look and feel – all its energy goes into the tasty dishes it serves up. Sheba’s also critically acclaimed, winning then Best UK Curry House Award in the Cobra Good Curry Guide 2013.
The 5 Best Curry Houses in Tooting As anyone who lives there already knows, Tooting is blessed with an extraordinary number of incredibly good places to eat. This is mainly thanks to a large Asian (Sri Lankan, Pakistani and Indian) population whose cafes and restaurants line the high street all the way from Bec to Broadway and beyond. I can’t prete
Back in the day, going for a ruby meant something pretty different to the kind of cuzza my dear old mum would whip up at home. However, with the likes of Moti Mahal, Zumbara, Bhangra burgers and Trishna all serving fantastic regional Indian dishes it’s now possible to cherry pick the very best of sub-continental cuisine without having to fork out for that plane ticket. Here’s my round-up of some of the best: