Monthly Archives: October 2010

Yadgar : “Future Blogs will no doubt reveal more of the menu.”

Five go dining – The Song Remains The Same Three Goshat Karahi (on-the bone) and twa’ aff. The order for today’s meal was firstly e-mailed to Mr Anwar and then phoned in yesterday afternoon.  By early evening the owner had … Continue reading

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Bearsden – Ashoka

Normally the last Thursday in the month is when I visit the Akash in Helensburgh.  An organisational change means that two Thursdays this season will now  be spent in Bearsden outside Glasgow.  The Ashoka (9 Kirk Road, Bearsden, Glasgow, G61 … Continue reading

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Home Alone with a Lamb Bhuna, from Bradford

The machine tells me that this is the 100th Curry-Heute Blog entry.  What finer way is there to commemorate this than to enjoy a Lamb Bhuna from one of my very favourite Curry houses. Life can be tough… The Kashmir … Continue reading

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Sunday evening at…Mother India Cafe

Or is this Marg’s attempt at avoiding the ironing? ‘I did the ironing on Friday!’  (Marg) Marg loves the Butter Chicken at the Mother India Café (1355 Argyle St, Glasgow), I have my favourite dishes too:  The Machi Massala and … Continue reading

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Cafe Salma, once is not enough

A sensible Friday evening rendezvous with Dr Stan at Café Salma (523 Sauchiehall Street, Charing X, Glasgow, G3 7PQ)before an evening in the Bon Accord. Last time Dr Stan had the Kofta Palak because he could, he likes it and … Continue reading

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A Desi Curry for my wife

Aloo-Gosht Karahi Hector realises that with the holiday season (mid-term), he has not cooked for over a fortnight. After the sheer delight of the Curry consumed in Bradford and München and the horrors of Bamberg, he puts on his apron … Continue reading

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… and guess what was for dinner at Kindrogan?

Chicken and Pumpkin Curry! Well given that Kadu is Pumpkin related and is used by Hector, this is not such an obscure ingredient.   It was a Curry for the masses, cooked to be eaten by all.  I share the … Continue reading

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Serendipity in Blairgowrie – Meghna

Today’s Curry was expected to be in Pitlochry where nobody has rated any of the houses highly.  If the road between Kirkmichael and Pitlochry had not been closed this week Hector would not have found himself in Blairgowrie.  New research … Continue reading

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Indian Mango ist unser München-Curryhaus!

Mango, surely the finest Curry-Heute in München! Hector’s Horrible Holiday to the Bocks of Bamberg drew to a close and six of us returned to München for an afternoon before our easyJet flights back to Blighty.  Hector’s previous two flights … Continue reading

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Swarg, Bamberg’s only and worst Curry Haus!

Bamberg is for Bier, not for Curry-Heute! And they say the Germans do not have a sense of humour? German Curry has been a joke for the years Hector has visited…    this is exactly what Hector means.   The restaurant Swarg … Continue reading

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