Category Archives: Birmingham

Birmingham – Maharaja – A Warm Welcome, Excellent Punjabi Curry

As the Curryspondents know, Hector would rather eat Mainstream Curry everyday than eat Western or Far Eastern Cuisine. This is my seventh consecutive day of Indian Cuisine, first Wales, now Birmingham, many new venues to be explored. Hector had presented … Continue reading

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Birmingham – eastZeast – Punjabi Cuisine in Brum

This afternoon was spent on the Severn Valley Railway with one or two distractions at either end. The Curry House in Bridgnorth was not open early afternoon on this August Bank Holiday Weekend Sunday. On the return to Kidderminster the … Continue reading

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Birmingham – James Dahl – Curry and Conversation with Husban

Well, that was Wales, my third visit. Coincidentally, today was the third time I had set foot in Birmingham and only my second ever Birmingham Curry. As Five of the Six walked down from New St., via Hurst Street to … Continue reading

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Asha, a Birmingham Curry House

A visit to the land of Balti There was a four hour stopover at Birmingham for those of us returning to Glasgow. The Bad Boys Club decided to convene a meeting of Bier today at the Wellington on Bennett’s Hill. … Continue reading

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