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Goa on Your Plate - east London

Supperclub host Nilanjani Pai grew up in Goa and will show off the state’s wonderful food this week at this event, courtesy of the lovely folk at damngoodcurry.com. Spicy Goan sausages are among the starters, with the fiery Mutton Xacuti – ”probably one of the most well known dishes in and out of Goa”, Pai says – alongside chicken cafreal, prawn curry and more for mains. Dessert options include traditional Goan Christmas baath, made with coconut and semolina.

£25, Aug 30, 7pm Wadham Lodge, E17 4LL 
Station | Highams Park 
damngoodcurry.com

 

Brilliant - Southall

This family-run North Indian restaurant has been a west London institution for 40 years, serving up recipes that have taken pride of place in the family for three generations. Growing from a 30-seat restaurant when Bishan Dass Anand opened it in 1973, it is now a 220-seat monster famed for its flavour-filled Punjabi dishes. For what it’s worth, The Prince of Wales has been here and Gordon Ramsay dubbed it one of his ‘best’ in his Channel 4 series. 

£7+, Open Tue-Sun for lunch and dinner.
Times vary 
72-76 Western Road, UB2 5DZ 
Station | Southall 
brilliantrestaurant.com

 

Standard Balti House - Brick Lane

This famous curry house in the heart of Brick Lane is anything but standard. Since opening its doors in 1989, it has become one of the most highly regarded restaurants on the famous thoroughfare for its authentic Bangladeshi and Indian food. An enormous array of dishes of varying fiery content, including a palate-testing vindaloo, of course. 

£7.95+, Mon-Tue, 11.30am-2.30pm & 5.30pm-12am.
Wed-Sun, 11.30am-12am 
71 Brick Lane, E1 6QL 
Tube | Aldgate East 
standardbaltihouse.co.uk

Veeraswamy - central London

Veeraswamy holds the accolade of being the oldest Indian restaurant in the UK – it’s been delighting customers since 1926. The opulent interior matches this eatery’s focus on Raj-style cooking, serving up classical gourmet dishes that have been “fine-tuned to the tastes of the 21st century”. As a bonus, you get great views of Regent Street, making for a really special night out at this particular curry house. 

£4.50+, Mon-Fri, 12pm-2.15pm & 5.30pm-10.30pm.
Sat, 12.30pm-2.30pm & 5.30pm-10.30pm.
Sun, 12.30pm-2.30pm & 6pm-10pm 
99 Regent Street, W1B 4RS 
Tube | Piccadilly Circus 
veeraswamy.com


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