The Famous Curry Bazaar menu plays things straight, offering a selection of familiar Indian dishes. There’s butter chicken, cooked in fresh cream and almonds, delicately flavoured king prawn passanda, and lamb tikka with a sweet and sour edge.
At The Famous Curry Bazaar a traditional clay oven is rolled out for almost every other dish. The tandoori selection is marinated in fresh spices and yoghurt, grilled over charcoal, and then served with a cooling salad. The meat, fish and vegetables in the masala curries are also cooked in the clay oven, but thickened with a fresh cream.
Diners should note that it’s well worth casting their eyes over the chef’s specials menu at The Famous Curry Bazaar. Mango chicken is for those with a sweeter tooth, while duck tikka bhuna makes the most of succulent duck breast. Bangladeshi dishes are also on the menu: fragrant shatkoras and seafood shasuk bhijnas.
The extras more than live up to expectations. The garlic naans are fluffy and full of flavour, the rice dishes cooked to a T, and the kulfi desserts provide a sweet finish. It’s little wonder that The Famous Curry Bazaar is a regular with Londoners and celebrities alike.
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