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    International Restaurant: Great Tandoori Restaurant

    by MacedonianUK Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    International has great relaxed atmosphere,with big screen TV, and up beat ambiance.
    Again food is second to none.
    Funky interior, and superb service, will make your nite out special.
    restaurant is very child-friendly too

    Favorite Dish: King Prawn Korma is my favorite! But whatever you order you will enjoy.

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    Mumtaz Restaurant: Best Curry on this side of the World!

    by MacedonianUK Updated Oct 31, 2008

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    If you are in Bratford and not sampling Indian/Pakistani food is like you going to Disney Land and not seeing the Parade.
    Mumtaz is THE place to taste, the BEST curries on this side of the World!
    The Restaurant serves, Punjabi/Cashmiri dishess, wich are spicier and drier than ordinary curries, but much nicer.
    I discovered, thanks to Mumtaz, that is a difference between Indian and Pakistani curries.
    Mumtaz, also have gift shop on the premesses and also food emporium where you can pick up frozen ready to eat meals, in addition to their Restaurant and Take Away service.
    Mumtaz recently had Royal Patrons, Her Majesty Elizabeth II, was having her lunch there on recent visit to Bradford.

    Favorite Dish: Every one of them!!! But I am little bit more partial on Chiken Tikka Massala.
    And their Mango Lasi, is the best I ever tasted.
    Mumtaz, has range of ready made curries, selling in the local Tesco Supermarket, and what is more interesting their Lasi drink is there too.

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  • Nawaab's: Is this the best curry in Bradford?

    by calverley Written Aug 17, 2007

    There are a LOT of curry restaurant's in Bradford, but Nawaab's is - I think - one of the best. (The local curry club also rates it pretty highly).

    In ambience it is modern-ish - funky chandeliers, abstract art on the walls - and it seems really light and airy inside. The staff are very charming, if occasionally a bit slow.

    It is slightly more formal and upmarket than many Bradford restaurants, but certainly not stiff and starchy. You get a real mix of people going, from couples to family groups.

    Favorite Dish: The reason I'm recommending this restaurant is the Nirali Special, which I have virtually every time I go to Nawaab's. It is pretty much the most expensive thing on the menu (which is still well under £10) but it is scrumptious. It is chicken in a creamy spicy sauce, but very light and delicate, which is what marks it out from the usual curry dishes.

    I've had other things at this restaurant, and they are good too. They also serve alcohol here (unlike some other Bradford restaurants).

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  • Karachi: Cheap, cheerful, and Rick Stein recommended

    by calverley Written Aug 17, 2007

    This is a truly unusual restaurant experience. Karachi is one of the older curry houses in Bradford, and it is quite hard to find as it is located in what looks like a residential street. However, if you stop someone local and ask, they can usually direct you, as Karachi is famous in these parts.

    The interior is pretty basic - this is probably the least fancy restaurant in the UK - so at first glance you might feel at bit dubious. However, you should bear with it, because the staff are really kind and hospitable, and the food is good. There is only water to drink (which they bring you automatically, along with a basic salad starter), and you don't get a knife and fork, but it sort of adds to the fun.

    Some local people obviously eat there practically every day, because quite a few seem to have their "own" table. Remember to take cash as they don't accept credit cards - and it is a good five minute hike to a cashpoint as we discovered! It is however dirt cheap - less than £20 for two, which for the quality of the food was pretty amazing.

    Favorite Dish: Rick Stein (respected and famous UK chef) visited this restaurant, met with the chefs, and ordered the chicken with spinach, so I had this too. It really was excellent, so I would recommend it. It is marked as a Rick Stein recommendation on the menu (although they have amusingly spelt his name wrong!) so you'll know what to ask for.

    We also had a lamb dish, which was very spicy, but delicious, and aloo gobi, which wasn't all that great.

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    Russina Restaurant: Soviet flavor on your fingertips

    by MacedonianUK Written Oct 31, 2008

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    Great place to relax and sample the food and atmosphere of Soviet times.
    Restaurant serves Russian & ex-Soviet Republics National dishes. Worth your comming to sample the food.

    Favorite Dish: Everything!

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