From 6pm onwards, adults pay £14.99 for a very generous selection of starters, main courses, sides and desserts with the ability to have as little or as much as you like. To the right is the menu and you can see they have a wide variety of dishes ranging from the traditional to some you may not be aware of.
Drinks are not included but with a good selection and a cocktail happy hour between 6 and 7, there are very few excuses for not trying the Curry Club. As well as the dishes that were generously spiced, they offer a mild selection for those who prefer something less hot.
For me, 3 particular dishes are reasons to visit and to return again and again. Among the more traditional starters was a dish called Masala Mogo (Spiced Cavassa). I previously had cassava in a Brazilian restaurant where it was deep fried and served instead of potatoes. Here, it was cooked in a fragrant curry sauce and with a sweet taste, was a great dish to try as a starter. For main, I was drawn to Palak Gosht (mutton and spinach curry). Again, the dish worked really well with the right amount of spice, not too hot but enough to get your taste buds working. Finally, I saw tempted by a chocolate samosa which was something I had never tried before. The filo pastry was filled with a chocolate and nut filling and being just bite-sized, it was the perfect way to end the meal.