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Ahmed’s Curry Cafe has been serving up their incredible eats since 2001, and with one of Bristol’s most committed fanbases, it’s clear that the restaurant must be doing something right. Open for dinner seven days a week, this curry hotspot makes dining out an adventure. Found in a charming brick house along Chandos Road, Ahmed’s is a cosy spot to grab a bite to eat no matter what the occasion. House specialities at this Cotham favourite include the shahi korma murg (an incredible dish featuring diced chicken cooked in a spicy, creamy sauce, nuts and sultanas), the tamarind chicken, and the vegetarian favourite, bean feast paneer. Classic Indian curries are plenty in number – and absolutely delicious – at Ahmed’s Curry Cafe, so don’t hesitate to order up some butter chicken, lamb bhuna, prawn dhansak or beef madras. To secure a table, make sure to reserve ahead.