This is our final piece about escort dates in Indian restaurants. After looking at the high end venues that cost a pretty packet and the mid-range stylish options, this piece will look at the low end, low frills, bargain establishments. But do not be fooled into thinking that these are low end restaurants, ask any culinary expert in London and you will hear the same names coming up time and time again. Traditional Indian dining in a café style setting.
Mirch Masala – Tooting
A little off the beaten track, this traditional English curry house offers plastic seating and frankly resembles a canteen. But do not let that fool you. The food is sensational and without doubt some of the top Indian food in the UK and an escort date spent here will be truly memorable.
Tayyabs, Brick Lane
Brick lane is one of the most famous areas of populous Indian migrants in the UK. The market is like steeping back into India. One of the premier eating establishments, famous the world over is Tayyabs. It is essential to book, although the queue of late night revellers is an experience in itself. Due to religious reasons the restaurant is unlicensed but they welcome you to bring your own drink. The food is very much Punjabi, with brilliant grills and spectacular sweets. This will appear in list after list and is a truly unique experience.
The Dishroom, Shoreditch
Situated in Shoreditch, definitely one of the best places for an escort date, this modern decorated and high class, trendy establishment offers some of the best traditional Indian cuisine in London. As good as any listed above it serves spectacular traditional Indian food in the style of a homely Bombay Café (or is that Mumbai?). It is a little more expensive, it is in Shoreditch for a start, but offers the great Indian experience but in a dining establishment that is more to western tastes.
So, there you have it, a guide to escort dates at Indian restaurants in three bite size chunks. Even through Britain is proud of its great cultural heritage it is also proud of its multicultural present, with the most popular take away dish in the UK being, fish and chips? No, it’s Chicken Tikka Masala! So you really should not leave these shores before at least partaking in some Indian cuisine and seeing what London’s many Indians have to offer.