Category Archives: Bradford

Bradford (Queensbury) – Sarina’s – Hector keeps The Best to the end

The final Bradford Curry of this period of – Total Exposure – had to be at Sarina’s (25 High St., Queensbury, Bradford BD13 2PE), one has to keep – The Best – to the end. Mutton Handi (£7.95) – Large … Continue reading

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Bradford – Mughals – Traditional Punjabi Breakfast

This morning sees the second of three meetings for Curry Brunch on this Trip. Mughals (790 – 792 Leeds Road, Bradford, BD3 9TY) served Hector a simple Punjabi Breakfast here four years ago. I have been back since hoping for … Continue reading

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Bradford – Omar’s Balti House – Not what it was…

I offered – The Carnoustie Two – a choice of venue this evening – Traditional – or Quirky. They chose the latter and so missed out on Kofta Palak at the Karachi Restaurant, Bradford’s Oldest Curry House. The Notorious Naan … Continue reading

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Bradford – The Kashmir Restaurant – Curry for Brunch

The Kashmir Restaurant (27 Morley St, Bradford BD7 1AG England) is a venue I should visit more often, once upon a time it was my most visited Bradford Curry House. If it returned to the grand old days of being … Continue reading

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Bradford – Sheesh Mahal – It’s Omar v Amar for – Most Famous Waiter Award

And the rain never stopped… The ritual visit to Haworth was marred by incessant rain, the quietest I have ever seen this Historic Town. The initial disappointment that Diesel Locomotives would transport us was more than made up for by … Continue reading

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Bradford (Queensbury) – Sarina’s – Just Passing By

Bradford, The Curry Capital of the UK, and the climax to to our twelve days of indulgence. The next four days will include Curry – Noon and Night, it is written, or will be as soon as. One has to … Continue reading

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Bradford – International – Shahi Kofta, a Re-evaluation; plus The Carnoustie Two let loose in Bradford

From the first day I met Dr. Alasdair, Curry has featured prominently in our conversation. He and Margie (previously Mags) have featured before in Curry-Heute, a memorable visit to Glasgow’s Yadgar being the highlight. Having extolled the Wonder that is … Continue reading

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Queensbury (Bradford) – Sarina’s – As Good As It Gets

Long story short, Hector made a rendezvous with Marg at Lancaster Station, we then followed Google’s optimum route to Queensbury, never again. Today’s eventual destination was Huddersfield, the locus of Howard’s Birthday Bash #2. From the outset, today’s plan would … Continue reading

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Queensbury (Bradford) – Sarina’s – More Mutton Handi

The final day of The Bradford Trip is essentially a day out in Halifax, a town which is now considered to be a must-visit. On the boundary between Bradford and Halifax is Queensbury, home of Sarina’s (25 High St., Queensbury, … Continue reading

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Bradford – International – The Hector and Shahi Kofta

Two hours were spent this morning trying to secure tickets for Steven Wilson in Poznan next February. Time will tell if I have been successful. Pre-sales, ticket agents, at least in Europe one only pays face value plus delivery. The … Continue reading

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