Kashmir – Bradford – England

27 Morley St, Bradford BD7 1AG

For a stranger arriving in Bradford for the first time one needs a simple place to park.  In the city centre close by the National Media Museum, the attraction which first brought Hector to this city, lies a car park.  The car park is on Wilton Street, Kashmir lies at the far end of this short block.   There is a much posher Curry House adjacent to the car park, however, there is something very seductive about the location of Kashmir.

Kashmir is Bradford’s second longest surviving Curry House.

For years, Hector kept finding himself in Bradford during Ramadan, and in the daytime.  Many outlets are closed at this time.  Kashmir is most certainly found open.  The downstairs Cafe always has customers.  Upstairs, open in the evenings, is a cavernous place on split levels.  I have never seen it full.

  Bradford Kashmir Feb27 Curry-Heute (13)

The classic Bradford Dry Lamb Curry was the attraction once upon a time.  The Keema range is impressive, and being open early, Fish Karahi has become a Ritual Brunch. Satisfaction is guaranteed.  The prices are low.  And never, as I did on one visit, order Naan Bread  and Rice along with the Curry: up to four Chapattis may come along with the meal.  As I have come to learn, forget the Rice.

I have been here earlier, but of late they have declared an 11.00 opening time.

Fish Karahi – Machi Karahi

Keema Peas Masala – Keema Mutter

Keema Potato Masala – Keema Aloo

Keema Curry

Keema Spinach Masala – Keema Palak

Karela Gosht

Meat Karahi

2017 Menu

1 Response to Kashmir – Bradford – England

  1. Goody says:

    ah, you missed the best dish.
    Plain ‘meat’ curry’. The sauce (gravy) is fantastic.
    You can tell the meat has been simmering in the spices all day
    (unlike local curry houses where it is thrown together as you order)

    Not to forget the best and tastiest shami kebabs in the country.
    Laden with chilli’s but oh man – I can taste em now 🙂

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