Curry Nights

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Kensal Rise

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Established in 1994, Curry Nights has been delighting the residents of Kensal Green and Ladbroke Grove with high quality Indian restaurant dining for almost two decades. Aiming to promote the uniquely delicious regional cuisines of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, Curry Nights provides its guests with an expansive menu of glorious dishes ranging from the spiciest curries to the mellowest tandoori grills, Bengali fish dishes and everything in between, including excellent platters ideal for sharing, cooked to perfection using natural, organic herbs and spices, traditional techniques and high quality ingredients. A modern restaurant with a stylish and up-market look and feel, Curry Nights is decorated and furnished in monochrome tones, a splash of colour added with bright traditional Indian art and glamour thanks to chandeliers and pressed white table linen. The atypical friendly neighbourhood restaurant with a touch of city centre glam.

Venue name: Curry Nights
Address: 58 Chamberlayne Road Brent Park
NW10 3JH
Price: £25 and under
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Tom Bruce

A pleasant little Indian restaurant which represents the middle-ground for South Asian cuisine on the Chamberlayne road, high street to the rich and (locally) famous of the plush and increasingly gentrified Kensal Rise area. Bawarchi - Flavours of India was closed on a Saturday night, otherwise that would have enjoyed our party's custom instead.

At £2-3 per starters (what up, veggie samosas?), £3-4 for each vegetarian main dish (big up curried lentils), and similar prices for the extensive range of naans and rices (go for the cooked chickpeas one), Curry Nights turns out to be cheaper (£44 for three growing lads) than the inferior Khas Tandoori which is directly opposite. Whoever still holds loyalty to that place (people like my family) is either in denial or too stuck in their ways to make the change, because all they have to do is cross the road and there's a better, tastier, more popular Indian restaurant just waiting for them. 

Curry Nights' staff are amiable and efficient. They keep the place in good nick. A well lit Indian restaurant is often a sign of is being well-kept - it's neat and tidy, clean, sharp looking but with a touch of Asian decor, and just plain pleasant to be in. Observe the photos for a glimpse inside, as well as the devastation wreaked on our plates. That was good eating.