One of the most popular haunts in London for passionate food lovers is none other than Brick Lane. Also called Curry Mile or Banglatown, Brick Lane is the Mecca for the food lovers. Even royalty have sampled the traditional Indian fare here.
According to surveys by British media and companies, it is not only the Chicken Tikka Masala, but other dishes such as Jalfrezi Curry and Korma which are making waves in London. Jalfrezi curry is a blend of green chillies with hot peppers, tomatoes and onions. In its vegetarian avatar, it is composed of vegan ingredients. Non vegetarian jalfrezi dishes include the ever popular chicken jalfrezi. This fiery dish is way hotter than Chicken Tikka Masala which is made with a tomato sauce that is thick and creamy.
Korma is another spicy yet tasty gravy dish making it to the top as far as most surveys of culinary preferences of Londoners go. The UK is home to tens of thousands of Indian restaurants. The best curry houses and Indian restaurants are located in London’s Brick Lane. Of course, even the origins of the famous Chicken Tikka Masala have been debated. Some claim it was invented by a chef in Glasgow who improvised the curry when a client complained it was too dry. Others say the dish owes its origins to Indian chefs who cooked for the British army.
The Jalfrezi too has disputed origins. What is indisputable is that all these Indian dishes are so tasty that they will make your senses dance with pleasure as you savour them. The Indian Portuguese Vindaloo is another hot favourite when it comes to tasty dishes that can work their way into your culinary preferences and tickle your tastebuds. Rogan Josh is another red hot favourite for the Britishers though some prefer its milder avatar. The Bhuna dishes are another perfect choice for those who want to eat Indian dishes that reflect the vibrancy and true taste of the Indian subcontinent. If you wish to try these tasty dishes, visit our restaurant in Brick Lane. Book you table with us and enjoy great discounts along with our tasty food.