Bury Curry Club

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The Lime Tree, Prestwich, Bury.

The Lime Tree, 

 

 

Visited Friday 25th February 2011.

 

Member Ratings   

 

Location                      *****                     

Food Presentation      ****   

Food Quality               *****

Food Choice               *****              

Ambiance                    *****

Price                           *****                   

Service                        *****

Overall Average Rating     Gold Standard

 

(Picture above right, the frontage of the restaurant). 

 

Over 26 members including 2 new members supported the club by chosing to pay a  visit to the Lime Tree Restaurant in Prestwich on the border of Bury.

 

Members met in the small but cosy bar area for a pre meal drink. Most of the talk was centred on the standard of the food we had on the previous visit to another restaurant which we have to say was a very mixed bag depending on where you sat.

The meal started with unlimited popadums quickly followed by a mixed selection of starters, one plate full for each guest. The starters included vegetable samosa,mushroom pakora, onion Bargee and salad  (Picture right).

 

The main meal soon followed with a large variety of meat and vegetarian dishes including Murgh Tangeer which was a spicy chicken tikka dish, Batt Shan Chicken and Rezalla chicken and lamb which was a very unusual sweet and sour dish (Picture Left ).

 

 Unfortunately for many, the chips were once again banned but, the usual culprit who we understand was on holiday, was not in attendance and the  indian fries failed to appear which we feel was a very odd coincidence.

 

The Executive Chef treated us to his signature dish Tandoori Indiana which was a very large spicy sizzler with lamb, chicken and vegetable spiced with a secret blend of cooked spices started in the Tandoor oven and finished off on the griddle.(Pic Below Right).

 

Of exceptional quality and taste in this restaurant was the naan bread which was cooked to perfection.

 

The vegetarian members were treated to some excellent dishes which included an excellent chana masalla, a perfect tarka dahl, mushroom rushdi and a very tasty vegetable paneer the quality of this was apparant to me when some members asked for a take out.

 

What was evident in this cooking and common to all the dishes including the naan bread was the complete absense of any excess oil or gee which the owner explained was a deliberate feature of all his restaurants dishes. This was apparantly acheived by requesting prospective chefs to cook at least ten dishes at interview followed by a tasting panel of his family, only chefs who passed this strict test were engaged. The executive chef told me he always ensured all the chefs actually cooked the fresh spices used which released the flavour into the dish.

 

Members were eager to score the restaurant there and then which, is reflected in the Gold Award and the position of number two in our top restaurant list (click here to see).

 

All the staff were polite and attentive and all members appreciated the excellent service provided ( staff with the manager centre pictured left). The price at £14.00 per person was agreed by all to be exellent.

 

Overall a very enjoyable evening with outstanding food, lively conversation and the warmest of welcomes to our new members pictured right enjoying the night.

 

For those who missed them I am sure the Indian Fries will return with Mr X, who was conspicous by his absence.

 

To see all of the photo's taken on the night please view our photo gallery.

 

For the link to The  Lime Tree Information pages please see our links page (click here for link)

Recentley Visited Restaurants

 

Ruposhi, Elton Bury.

Ruposhi, Elton,Bury. 

 

 

Visited Friday 25th January 2011.

 

Member Ratings   

 

Location                      *****                     

Food Presentation    ****   

Food Quality               ****

Food Choice               *****              

Ambiance                    ****

Price                             ****                   

Service                        ****

Overall Average Rating     Gold Standard

 

(Picture above right, the frontage of the restaurant). 

Over 30 members including 4 new members supported the club by chosing to pay a  visit to the brand new Ruposhi Restaurant housed within a converted public house in the Elton area of Bury.

 

The talking point, when members met in the small bar area of Ruposhi was the decor. The restaurant features large wall panels in pink and silver buttoned vinyl fabric which creates a very retro, glam rock feel, to the premises. (Photo Right).

 

The meal started with unlimited light and very warm popadums with six mixed chutneys freshly made on the premises by the proprietor. This was quickly followed by a mixed selection of starters, one plate full for each guest. The starters included vegetable samosa,chicken tikka, onion Bargee, the chefs spicy indian coleslaw and very fresh indian salad (Picture Left).

 

The Indian Fries appeared magically even though the chips were banned, the usual culprit teased those around him with the fries so we photographed the evidence and invited him to score the fries out of ten, a seven was the verdict. (Photo Right)

 

The main meal soon followed with a large variety of at least six meat and vegetarian dishes including several of which were served in Balti sizzler pots these were a tasty lamb aloo balti and a chicken chana special dish (Photo below left) 

 

The Executive Chef treated us to one of his signature dishes, a creamy,  but fruity chicken tandoori (Pic Right).

 

The vegetarian members were treated to some excellent dishes which included a very excellent masalla dish and a selection of other dishes including ,dahl, rushdi and a very tasty vegetable paneer made with fresh goats cheese.

 

The chef suprised members by producing several freshly made indian puddings which ranged from rice puddings to ice cream filled pancakes these were very tasty and a welcomed departure from the usual standard of pre prepared desserts or culfi usually on offer in many restaurants.

 

Members score the restaurant by email and the score is reflected in the Gold Award and the position of number five in our top restaurant list (click here to see).

 

All the staff were polite and attentive and all members appreciated the excellent service provided. The price at £13.00 per person including dessert and coffee was agreed by all to be exellent.

 

Overall a very enjoyable evening with outstanding food, lively conversation and the warmest of welcomes to our new members..

 

To see all of the photo's taken on the night please view our photo gallery.(Click here)

 

For the link to The Ruposhi web site pages please  click here for the Google Maps Link.

India Gate Bury

India Gate,

 

 

Visited Friday 21st May 2010.

 

Member Ratings   

 

Location                      *****                     

Food Presentation    ****   

Food Quality               ****

Food Choice               *****              

Ambiance                    *****

Price                             *****                   

Service                        *****

Overall Average Rating     Gold Standard

 

(Picture above right, the frontage of the restaurant). 

 

Over 26 members including 4 new members supported the club by chosing to pay a second visit to the well known India Gate restaurant on the Bury / Bolton border.

 

Members met in the well appointed bar area for a pre meal drink. Most of the talk was centred on the long wait we had on the previous visit which we have to say was unfounded as we received prompt and polite service all night.

 

The meal started with unlimited popadums quickly followed by a mixed selection of starters, one plate full for each guest the starters included samosa,chicken tikka,shish kebab, onion Bargee and salad  (Picture right)

 

The main meal soon followed with a large variety of meat and vegetarian dishes including a really nice indian salad (Picture Left)

 

I enjoyed the lamb pasander and the Tikka Special which had the added exitement of prawns. (Pic Right) I also thought the chicken pilau rice was an exellent dish (Pic Left).

 

The chips were once again banned but the usual culprit was caught in the act enjoying a large plate of INDIAN FRIES with his curry.(Pic Right)

 

The owner and Executive Chef treated us to a very unusual sweet dish which was hot sweet pancakes with an ice cream centre and the chefs own grand mariner sauce ( Pic Right)I

 

Members were emailed and asked to score the restaurant by email. The result is shown above. Members comments regarding the restaurant were very positive and some will be published here in due course.Overall a very enjoyable evening with exellent food, lively conversation and the warmest of welcomes to our new members.

 

To see all of the photo's taken on the night please view our photo gallery.

 

Blue Bay , Whitefield.

Blue Bay Restaurant, Bury Old Road, Whitefield. 

 

 

Visited Friday 18th September 2009.

 

Member Ratings   

 

Location                      *****                     

Food Presentation    *****   

Food Quality               *****

Food Choice               ****              

Ambiance                    *****

Price                             *****                   

Service                        *****

Overall Average Rating     To be confirmed 

 

(Picture above right, the frontage of the new restaurant). 

 

Over 30 members including 6 new members supported the club by chosing to visit the new Blue Bay restaurant on the Prestwich / Whitefield border.

 

Members met in the nearby Welcome pub for a pre meal drink.

 

Upon our arrival at the restaurant we were greeted very warmly by the two owners.

 

The meal started with unlimited popadums quickly followed by a mixed selection of starters, one plate full for each guest the starters included samosa,chicken tikka,shish kebab and salad and a sweet chilli dip. (Picture right)

 

The main meal soon followed with a large variety of meat and vegetarian dishes including a really nice indian salad with a little bit of a kick.(Picture Left)

 

I enjoyed the lamb rogan josh and the sagg aloo which had the added exitement of whole chillis, a great shock to those unaware. (Pic Right) I also thought the chicken pilau rice was an exellent dish (Pic Left).

 

The chips were once again banned but the usual culprit was caught in the act enjoying a large plate of INDIAN FRIES with his curry.(Pic Right)

 

Jet and I had the usual picture taken with the owner who transferred us to a Carribean island to pose for the picture courtesy of the large relaxing mural in the bar area (Pic Left).

Members were emailed and asked to score the restaurant by email. The result is shown above. Members comments regarding the restaurant were very positive and some will be published here in due course.Overall a very enjoyable evening with exellent food, lively conversation and the warmest of welcomes to our new members.

 

To see all of the photo's taken on the night please view our photo gallery.

 

 

 

Eastern Eye Ramsbottom

Venue  Eastern Eye Ramsbottom.

31st July 2009.

Being  at something of a loose end Jet decided to hold an impromtu social meeting at the Eastern eye in Ramsbottom.

28 Members turned up to sample a special deal which Jet had negotiated.The deal was popadums and chutney followed by any starter and main course off the menu for £13.00 a head (lucky for some)

What was unusual was, everyone had something different and there was much sharing and tasting of each others dishes which, was how it used to be in the old days of the Bury Curry club before we changed the format to the negotiated selection of dishes which we have now.

I had a mixed starter followed by a mixed biriani pictured left

Jean had a mixed tandori pictured right.

I have posted some of the dishes below for everone to see. Because the event was just impomtu we did not score the restaurant but, all agreed the service and the meal were exellent and all went home satisfied.

Incidently we had our first runner at a curry club meeting, one member disapeared during the meal but after a swift search he was traced to the cash machine over the road withdrawing the money to pay with. One member has suggested a new scoring category which would be runability but I think not !!

Spice Valley Bolton, Lancashire.

Spice Valley, Eagley Brook Way, Bolton.

 

 

Visited Friday 31st October 2008.

 

Member Ratings

 

Location                      ****

Food Presentation    *****

Food Quality               *****

Ambiance                    *****

Price                             *****

Service                         *****

 

Overall Average Rating     4.9 Stars. (Out of Five) 

 

(Picture above right, members eagerley await the fare).                                                                                                

 

Members visited the Spice Valley Restaurant situated in the Valley Lesuire Park Bolton. This restaurant and its authentic Indian cusine is regarded as one of the most popular by members in the curry club and a change of personel promted us to visit again. The visit was on Halloween and many members were participating in other festivities.Those that attended wondered if it would be trick or treat!!

 

On arrival 18 members which included two new members met in the lounge / bar area and  were shown by Geeta Kotecha the owners wife and restaurant Director to a long reserved table in the main restaurant. The restaurant was very busy with several hopefuls avoiding the trick or treaters and the new James Bond movie, by waiting for a table. 

 

Subhash and Geeta Kotecha the owners are pictured to the left with Jet and Steve.

 

Jet had negotiated a set meal of popadoms with chutney, mixed starters, and six dishes with rice and nan between four . A sweet of ice cream and coffee was also included in the price.

 

 

The meal started well with many crispy poppadoms and chutney followed by mixed starter of Sheek Kebab, Chicken Gulata, Aloo Bhonda and Vegetable Samosa .

 

Following these the main meal (pictured left) of Chicken Aftabi, Chicken Lahora, Lamb Sagwali, Veg Mazedar and AlooGobi Matar, all this was served six dishes to each table of four with plenty of pilau rice, plain rice and naan..

 

The food was very fresh cooked well and to a high standard, several members all commented that the set meal was an exellent choice as it had something for everyone.

 

The waiters offered refills of all the dishes and I noticed members ordering several portions of the exellent Lamb Sagwala, a medium dish cooked in spicy sauce with plenty of fresh spinach and corriander.

 

For the hot curry lovers on the middle table I noticed refills of the Chicken Lahori which was a hot curry cooked in a fiery tomato sauce with ginger chillies and coriander.

 

After the meal we produced the new score sheets but it would seem all the members agreed that the restaurant should be 5 star but we had to remove one mark as the premises were not located in Bury. Agreed scores are shown above.   

 

When the bill came the average cost including a £1.00 per head tip was £17.00 per person which considering the food quality was viewed by all the members to be excellent value.

 

It was decided by democratic decision to award this restaurant an average score of 4.9 stars out of 5. The restaurant was moved up two places and is now rated at number 3 in our top ten and we congratulate Spice Valley on gaining the coveted gold standard award.

 

Overall a very enjoyable evening with exellent food, lively conversation and the warmest of welcomes to our new members.

 

A  Halloween Night we can only descibe as Treat!!! 

 

For a map please see link below

http://www.sugarvine.com/lancashire/search/restaurant_search.asp?restaurant=11895

 

The Mogul Whitefield

The Mogul,  Sefton Street, Whitefield, Bury M45 7ET.

 

 

Visited Friday 20th June 2008.

 

Member Ratings

 

Location                      ****

Food Presentation    ****

Food Quality               ****

Ambiance                    ****

Price                             ****

Service                         ****

 

Overall Average Rating     4.0 Stars. (Out of Five) 

 

(Picture above right, members meet in the Eagle and Child before visiting Mogul)

                                                                                                

 

Members visited the Mogul Restaurant situated on Sefton Street in Whitefild just off the M62 at the Prestwich turn off. This is a restaurant regarded as one of the most popular in Bury due to the unusual setting with the restaurant situated in a former Methodist chapel.

 

On arrival 28 members which included at least six new members crowded into the small lounge area but were quickly shown to two long reserved tables in the main restaurant. The restaurant was fairly busy with a brisk trade in takeaways going on at the bar counter. 

 

Due to past problems with speed of service at other restaurants Jet and I had decided to try a set meal with mixed starters and four dishes with rice and nan between four .

 

The meal started well with poppadoms and chutney followed by mixed starter of shish kebab, onion bhaji, meat pakora and chicken tikka (pictured right).

 

Following these the main meal of Chicken Rogan Josh, Chicken Tikka Masala ( No 1 dish in UK, pictured left ), Lamb Korai and Bombay Potato. Vegetarians were served Taaka Daal and Mixed Vegatable, all this was served four dishes to each table of four with plenty of pilau rice , plain rice and naan..

 

The food was cooked well and to a high standard  and several members commented that the meal was spicy and nice and just enough, however one member disliked the choice made but was offered a choice from the menu. Chicken Tikka Masala seemed to be a dish you either hated or loved; I thought it was a bit too coloured for my liking.

 

After the meal we produced the new score sheets and this enabled the members to make comment. Scores are shown above.  In the end most members felt the ambiance was excellent and the price was fair and that the food quality and quantity was just right. Two members did not like the set meal concept, the service was efficient, friendly and polite but the drinks were expensive especially the draft Lager.

 

When the bill came the average cost including a tip was £15.00 per head which considering the food quality was viewed by most members to be excellent value.

 

After much after dinner discussion it was decided by democratic decision to award this restaurant an average score of 4 stars out of 5. The restaurant was placed at number 8 in our top ten and we congratulate Mogul on gaining the coveted gold standard award.

 

Overall a very enjoyable evening with good food and excellent conversation and a warm welcome to our new members. 

 

For a map please see link below

http://www.multimap.com/maps/?&hloc=GB|M45%207ET

Westwood East, Oldham.

 

Westwood East,  Eleanor St, Oldham, Lancashire.

 

061 621 0101

 

Visited Friday 28th March 2008.

 

Member Ratings

 

Location                      ****

Ambiance                    *****

Food Quality               ****

Service                         ***

Price                             ****

 

Overall Average Rating     4.0 Stars. (Out of Five) 

 

(Picture above right, Jet and Steve with owner Jamal Udira)

                                                                                                

 

Members visited the Westwood East Restaurant situated on Eleanor Street in Oldham. This restaurant is billed as the best, not Indian, Indian restaurant. the restaurant does not serve alcohol but members brought a great variety of their own wines and beers and were supplied cherfully with glasses and corksrews.

 

On arrival members were shown to the small but comfortable lounge area following which all twenty two members were seated at a long reserved table in the main restaurant. The restaurant was very lively and obviously a popular venue with at least three large birthday parties in full swing around us. 

 

The meal started well with popadoms and chutney, unfortunately a minor mix up resulted in three members getting the starters for another table but this was soon resolved to everyones satisfaction (my mixed starter is pictured right).

 

The service of the main meal progressed with more success and members were soon enjoying a very mixed bag of Bagladeshi Cusine.

 

The food was cooked well and to a high standard  and several members commented that the meal was spicy and nice but not too chilli hot.pictured below left is one of the chefs signature dishes Slytheli Thawa, a delightful medium hot spiced curry with king prawn served on a sizzling hot Thawa.

 

In the end most members felt the food quality and quantity were just right and despite an early hiccup the service was efficent, friendly and polite. Water with ice was provided free of charge.

 

When the bill came the average cost including some soft drinks and a tip was £14.00 per head which considering the food quality was viewed by most members to be exellent value.

 

After much after dinner discussion it was decided by democratic decision to award this restaurant an average score of 4 stars out of 5. The restaurant was placed at number 8 in our top ten and we congratulate Westwood East on gaining the coveted gold standard award.

 

Overall a very enjoyable evening with good food and exellent conversation. 

Dhaan, The Rock Bury.

Dhaan, ( Re-Name Aligarh), The Rock, Bury, Lancashire 

 

Visited Friday 29th February 2008.

 

Member Ratings

 

Location                      ***

Ambiance                    ***

Food Quality               ***

Service                         0

Price                             ***

 

Overall Average Rating     2.5 Stars. (Out of Five) 

                                                                                                

 

Members visited the Dhaan Restaurant situated on the rock in Bury. .

 

On arrival members were shown to a reserved table in the main restaurant, all thirty members were seated comfortably and greeted by the owner and his family.

 

The meal started well with popadoms and chutney, unfortunately over the next hour the starters arrived in dribs and drabs with several members not getting starters one hour after ordering them (my mixed starter is pictured right).

 

Unfortunately the poor service was repeated during the meal and it appeared that the small staff compliment had been somewhat overwhelmed by the sheer number of members.

 

The food was cooked well but fairly standard. Unfortunately the curry sauce to accompany my Lamb Biriani (pictured left) never arrived and confusion around Naans and rice reigned supreme.

 

The owner and his son did all they could to rectify the situation as did Jet who, is to be applauded for his hard work on the night  trying to make sure members were happy. 

 

In the end most members felt the food quality and quantity were adequate but the service of the starters and meal were unacceptable probably, due to the large party served altogether, this is reflected in the score above . It did appear other visitors (mostly in groups of four) to the restaurant were fed in a timely manner.

 

When the bill came the owner did offer a large discount but we agreed on a charge of £10.00 a head but the average meal price would be more likely in the £15 to £18.00 a head range.

 

After much after dinner discussion it was decided by democratic decision to perhaps try the restaurant again some time in the future when the owners have had a chance to reflect on the problems that arose it was therefore not possible at this time to either rank or to make an award to this restaurant.

 

Overall a disappointing evening even though the owners and Jet did try hard to improve things.

 

Nila Rawtenstall

Nila Restaurant, Rawtenstall Lancashire.

 

Visited Friday 24th August 2007.

 

Member Ratings

 

Location                       ****

Ambiance                     ***

Food Quality               *****

Service                         ***

Price                              ****

 

Overall Average Rating     4.0 Stars. (Out of Five)

 

Members enjoyed a return visit to the Nila Restaurant situated on the main road out of Rawtenstall in the direction of Bacup.

 

On arrival members gathered in the small bar area and after a short wait were shown to a reserved table in the front of the restaurant all twenty six members were seated comfortably and greeted by one of the owners . 

 

After the usual popadoms and a suprising six chutney, the starters arrived, many members enjoyed the mushroom chat, I had the chicken Goa (pictured right) also several members had either onion bargee or vegetable somosas all starters were well presented with salad . Some members had ordered vegetarian dishes which, they claimed were delicious. 

 

For this visit all members picked their own choice of main course from the menu and a very good cross section of the chefs delights were sampled these included; a very spicy but not hot, chicken shaheeri, lamb dansak, tarka daal, chicken tika saag and lots of Plain Rice, Keema Rice, Pilau Rice,  Garlic Nan Peswari Nan and Plain Nan, some members sampled several Daal and Chat vegetarian dishes.

 

All main dishes were excellently presented by courteous and attentive waiters who provided a steady supply of Cobra or Kingfisher Lager and in one members case a very drinkable Italian chianti  pictured below right with the Vice Presidents lamb biriani. All the dishes were excellently spiced without using too much gee and the blend of spices was excellent.

 

All members felt the food quality and quantity were exellent but the service was slow and a few members had to wait for particular dishes this is reflected in the score above . Also for many the ambiance suffered by being sat in the middle of the entrance to the main restaurant area this was probably due to the large party we presented and I feel would not be a problem for visitors up to four in number.

 

When the bill came it all worked out at about £15.00 a head which once again did not include drinks as members had opted to purchase their own beers and lagers etc.

 

After much after dinner discussion it was decided by democratic decision to leave this restaurant in its present position in our ranking and we will be sending them our new 2007 Gold Standard Certificate.

 

A big thank you to all the staff at the Nila for a great night in a good setting with excellent food. An exellent restaurant that we all agree is always well worth a visit!!

Ashoka, Rawtenstall.

ASHOKA Restaurant, Rawtenstall Lancashire.

 

Visited Friday 22nd June 2007.

 

Member Ratings

 

Location                       ****

Ambiance                     ***

Food Quality               ****

Service                         *****

Price                              ****

 

Overall Average Rating     4.0 Stars. (Out of Five)

 

Members enjoyed a visit to the Ashoka Restaurant situated on the main road out of Rawtenstall in the direction of Bacup.

 

After a warm welcome by owner Mr Usman Ali and Manager Shumel Haydar, members relaxed in the bar / lounge area on well appointed leather couches before moving to the restaurant area the atmosphere of which, is very lively mainly due the local popularity of the venue. Tables were pleasantly laid out with fresh linen and the chairs are very comfortable with high backs. All twenty eight members were seated at a single table for thirty and this made elbow room for the larger member a little bit of a premium.

 

After the usual popadoms and four chutney the starters arrived, these were mixed starters, well presented with salad . Some members had ordered vegetarian dishes which, were delicious. 

 

 

 

The Manager and the Club President, picked a variety of dishes for members to share a good cross section of the chefs delights these included; Chicken Argi Bargee, Lamb Korai, Prawn Dansak, Bombay Potatoes, Mushroom Bargees and lots of Plain Rice, Pilau Rice,  Garlic Nan and Plain Nan, some members sampled several Daal and Chat vegetarian dishes.

 

All main dishes were excellently presented by courteous and attentive waiters who provided a steady supply of Cobra Lager and other cooling drinks. All the dishes were excellently spiced without using too much oil and the blend of spices was excellent.

 

One member felt he had not had enough food but the general agreement was that portions were sufficient for a normal appetite.

 

When the bill came it all worked out at about £15.00 a head which this time did not include drinks as members had opted to purchase their own beers and lagers etc.

 

After much after dinner discussion it was decided by democratic decision to promote this restaurant up the order of our top ten to "NUMBER FOUR!!"

 

A big thank you to all the staff at the Ashoka for a great night in a good setting with excellent food and courteous and attentive service. Good luck to Mr Ali with his new restaurant up the valley in Burnley!!

Blue Tiffin, Restaurant.

Blue Tiffin Indian Restaurant, Royton, Oldham.

 

Visited Thursday 26th April 2007.

 

Member Ratings

 

Location                       ***

Ambiance                     *****

Food Quality               *****

Service                         *****

Price                              *****

 

Overall Average Rating     4.6 Stars. (Out of Five)

 

Members enjoyed a visit to the Blue Tiffin Indian Restaurant, Bar and Lounge in Royton, Oldham, Lancashire.

 

The venue is a little different in that the premises are located in a row of semi Industrial Units off the main road.

 

Members relaxed in the bar / lounge area on well appointed leather couches before moving to the restaurant area the atmosphere of which, is very relaxing mainly due to the wall lighting and the fountain bubbling away in the background. Tables were pleasantly laid out with fresh linen and the chairs are very comfortable with high backs. Entertainment was provided by a wall screen showing Indian Bollywood musical film which was not too loud.

 

After the usual popadoms and four chutney the starters arrived, these were well presented with salad and lemon squeezers. Some members had ordered chat dishes which, were delicious. All fish starters were tasty and well cooked. The most popular starter dishes were mixed starters, tikka, piri and chat, of particular note were the meat stuffed mushrooms.

 

Main dishes followed and members enjoyed the excellently presented food all twenty people gave the food a five star rating. Of particular note were the chef’s specialities which included the most excellent biryani. One member requested the hottest vindaloo and declared it the best he had had yet. Unusually, Heather Clark was defeated by the chicken afghani which she found to be excellent but a little hot for her taste. All agreed the dishes were excellently spiced without using too much oil and the blend of spices was excellent.

 

When the bill came it all worked out at about £20.00 a head including drinks.

 

After much after dinner discussion it was decided by democratic decision to introduce this restaurant into our top ten at "NUMBER ONE!!"

 

A big thank you to all the staff at the Blue Tiffin for a great night in a good setting with excellent food and courteous and attentive service.

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