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Part of the vibrant Brick Lane curry scene, Bengal Village offers an award-winning taste of India. Its extensive menu, says Charles Campion, ‘touches all bases’ for the curryholic, with a host of authentic dishes.
Highly recommended dishes on the Bengal Village menu include a slow-cooked fish kofta masala, while unusual ingredients like Bangladeshi fruit, almonds and sugar cane are incorporated into aromatic chicken and lamb recipes. A selection of much-loved Anglo-Indian dishes sees bhuna, biryani and passanda line up alongside spicy Ceylon curry and creamy butter chicken.
There’s also a host of flame-grilled tikka and shashlik meats from the clay oven at Brick Lane curry restaurant, Bengal Village. A ‘city slicker’ lunch menu caters for busy midday diners, while evening guests can enjoy the thali sharing selection.
The minimalist dining space of Bengal Village in London pairs crisp white walls and polished floorboards with colourful crockery and chairs. Shoreditch High Street Station, Aldgate East Tube Station and Whitechapel Tube and Overground Stations are all roughly 10 minutes’ walk away.