The question is: where’s the best place to take that special someone when you’re keen for romance to blossom? The answer is an Indian restaurant. Here are three reasons why you can’t go wrong with heading for a curry together.
JOIN US ON TRADITIONAL BURNS NIGHT FOR CELEBRATION OF THE LIFE, WORK,FRIENDSHIP AND SPIRIT OF OUR GREAT POET ROBERT BURNS . AN UNFORGETTABLE EVENING AWAITS YOU WITH BURNS NIGHT SPECIAL SUPPER CELIDH DANCE ,BAGPIPES AND OF COURSE HAGGIS. WE WILL BE SERVING HAGGIS PAKORA, HAGGIS NAAN AND HAGGIS CURRY ALONG SIDE WITH OUR A LA CARTE MENU AS SPECIALS. DON'T FORGET YOUR TARTANS!!!
The new Edinburgh Restaurant Awards 2018 has been set up, it's time to vote for your favourite!
Beer and curry - it's a classic partnership that's been enjoyed for years across the UK, and there's no doubt an ice-cold lager goes down a treat with your Friday night takeaway. But, if you're ready to take it to a different level, then you need to start experimenting with some of the craft ales that are shaking up the beer and food partnerships at the moment.
You don’t need an excuse to treat yourself to a curry when the mood strikes. In case you’re looking for one, you should know that the popular cuisine can go some length to improving your mental health.
From a Bangladeshi take-away in East London to an Indian restaurant in Edinburgh, curry and all its wonderful variations have been adopted as a national British dish, such is our affection for the different meats and sauces that accompany them. But curry is far from British in its origins, and in this blog we look at where it came from.