The best Indian food I've ever had throughout the world. Just as important, is the fact that the owner will make sure the dish is to your liking, and will not stop trying until it's perfect for you. The best chefs. Brought Indian friends from all over the world, each one convinced it's better than their mom made. If you like, tasty, healthy, interesting, authentic Indian food, at an awesome price, you won't find better in banglatown, or any other town.
Ok, I only ever really order take away from here. So, maybe this is only really half a review. Sorry.
To be fair though, it's the same food so it's a full review on that front, it's just the only ambiance I can talk about is the gleam on the plastic bag and the glorious white sheen on the polystyrene. Sorry. They were exemplary though.
The good thing about this place is their fresh food policy, they don't use chemical colouring and in general there's a low fat, home cooked healthiness to these meals.
I tend to mix it up what I order so I've had a decent proportion of the menu, except the prawns. I don't like those. The samosas are lovely, the lamb gosht from Lahore is a classic, really nice tandorri chicken and the butter chicken is creamy with the right depth of spices. I usually order the Peshwar naan which is great - the dried fruit in it seems to offset the spiciness really well.
Anyway, I won't tell you about what rice I order, it's getting boring but all in all it's tasty, fastish (40 minutes at normal times) and although it's not cheap, cheap, it's not crazy either. About £12 per person all in I'd say.
I always have a little chuckle to myself when I order a Vindaloo in Austin, Tx. It's generally crap and not spicy one bit. Austin, unfortunately, is a black hole when it comes to authentic loverly spicy vindaloo. Nayaab is little like a black hole on the New Kings Road... very unassuming store front, funky Indian name, and when you go in, you get to walk all the way into the back where you will find about 9 tables. There were five of us tonight, and the service was fabulous and the food wonderful. I opted for the Tandoori Chicken my second favorite Indian Dish. Along with the chicken a couple of veggies were ordered, my favorite being Chana Garam Masaladar, which are wonderful chick peas cooked to a Punjabi recipe. My chicken arrive pipping hot on a hot skillet steaming away quite merrily. The breast and leg we cooked perfectly... Tender bits of chicken fell off the bone with very little effort. The cooking method of Tandoori takes full advantage of infusing the spices and heat of the oven to produce moist tasty bits. Along with the chicken the steamed rice which came out was a great pairing.
One of my mates wanted to order the Vindaloo, and the waiter mentioned that it was an extremely hot spice curry.. I just could envision my little mexican friend frying his mouth out with lava, since the heat from the curry is much different than the Jalapeno's he may of been interested in...he chose wisely not to go for the Vindaloo, but the waiter was nice enough to bring him a side dish of the Vindaloo sauce for him to try...After he tried it, he announced that it wasn't very spicy to begin with... I sure he will be screaming for ice cream first thing in the morning... just saying..
A decent curry house, the best I've so far come across in Fulham. Specialising in organic produce this has all the traditional curry dishes you would expect, but also some courageous specials that are worth a visit. The wine list is also pretty good, if you are tempted away from the familiar Cobra beer. Polite service too. Decent to eat in our get delivered.
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