Monthly Archives: September 2017

Edinburgh – Lazeez Tandoori – Close to Perfection

There is an evolving acceptance that Glasgow only has one Pub which serves the Ales – The Company – desire with any sense of regularity. A Day Trip to Edinburgh was mooted, in search of Ale with New World Hops. … Continue reading

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Glasgow – New Anand – Traditional, Mainstream Curry

Having only realised that the New Anand (76 Nithsdale Rd, Glasgow G41 2AN) is open at Lunchtimes a couple of weeks ago, today was the first Opperchancity to finally do a proper review. Last year I managed to report on … Continue reading

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Clydebank (Hardgate) – Little India – A Local Takeaway Intrigues Hector!

Since Curry-Heute was established in 2010, Hector has averaged Clydebank Curry twice a year. In my twenty five years of residency I have come to struggle with the monotony of what is served. Basically, no matter what one orders, the … Continue reading

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Erlangen – Boliwood – A Warm and Spicy Welcome

The welcome and service at Boliwood (Gerberei 8 91054 Erlangen, Bayern, Deutschland) has been as memorable as the Curry on previous visits. Mein Host goes out of his way to ensure an enjoyable visit, after all Erlangen is not lacking … Continue reading

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München – Indian Mango – Oktoberfest? Curry Fest!

The Quality of Curry served at Indian Mango (Zweibrückenstraße 15, 80331, München, Deutschland) is no longer a secret. Between 13.00 and 14.00 this Tuesday Lunchtime there was not a seat to be had. The very affordable Lunchtime Menu may be … Continue reading

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Nürnberg – Sangam – It is what it is, there’s nothing you can do about it…

Sangam (Königstraße 87, 90402 Nürnberg, Deutschland) featured in one of the earliest Curry-Heute Blog entries, – The Style – had yet to evolve. Curry in Nürnberg has been eschewed in the past seven years as Hector explored the nearby University … Continue reading

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Bernkastel-Kues – Taj Mahal – Hector’s Hariyali Happening

This is the first time I have ever Blogged about a meal in an Indian Restaurant I have been looking forward to for two years. It is the weekend of the Wolf Strassenfest (Weinfest) which has been running for exactly … Continue reading

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Luxembourg – Restaurant Orchidée – Mainstream Curry

It is twenty years since I set foot in Luxembourg, long before Curry-Heute was imagined. Dr. Stan suggested we come this way: instead of the journey up Das Rhein, we go down the Mosel.  The Ibis Breakfast meant he did … Continue reading

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Brussel / Bruxelles – Punjab Tandoori Cuisine – Ticking all the Boxes

It is twenty years since Hector first set foot in Belgium, a statement which may well be repeated over the next couple of days, we shall see. Despite having visited Brussel in each of the last three years, I have … Continue reading

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Glasgow – Cafe Reeshah – More than a Modest Lunch

After our Lidl Shopping, I suggested to Mother that we have some Spicy Mince and Potatoes for a change, she was happy with this. Cafe Reeshah (455 Shields Rd., Glasgow G41 1NP) possibly serves the finest Keema Aloo (Mutter) in … Continue reading

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