Indian, Pakistani, and Bangladeshi cuisines collide at this Coventry curry haven. One of two in the Bengal Delight family, the Coventry outpost is as committed to serving fine Asian subcontinental cuisine as its twin in Birmingham. Under the energetic guidance of head chef and part-owner Bash, Bengal Delight Coventry’s Holbrook Lane premises dish out imaginative interpretations of tried-and-tested classics.
It was painfully average more of a takeaway standard than an eat in one it was fairly cheap and for a reason the food was rather bland and the service was slow and the staff rude all they did was stare and try to rush you out although at the time were the only business they had in there they were more bothered about the football than customers it was dirty as there were food on the walls I would upload picture if I could I will not be going back.
Food wasn't good, I've been lots of times and have loved the good this time very disappointed. Both me and my husband 😕 I'm not sure if we would go back again.
there is an extensive menu with lots of choice. The thali is great. The staff are always smiling and very friendly. It has a great atmosphere
Bengal Delight Coventry’s head chef and part-owner Bash has won many accolades in his short but stellar career as the region’s top purveyor of Indian, Bangladeshi, and Pakistani cuisines. His approach is innovative but respectful. Trained in the art of Indian cookery from a young age, but with his skills as a chef honed in some of the UK’s top restaurants, Bash consistently delights Coventry curry fans with his superlative dishes. Popular numbers at this Holbrook Lane restaurant include Bengal Delight’s chicken chilli masala cut through with lemon juice, fresh garlic and chopped chillies. The shaktora tenga cooks lamb to tender perfection in citrus fruit and delicate spices, while the sylheti jhinga masala bakes fresh king prawns in the tandoor oven, serve up with cooling yoghurt and fresh cream.
Dining in at Bengal Delight Coventry is, as its name suggests, a delight. Guests savour this special curry house’s selection in a welcoming environment of wooden floors, burgundy leather seats, and fresh flowers on every table. Guided to your table by friendly staff, the mood is already set for a culinary journey to India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. The selection at Bengal Delight Coventry, down Holbrook Lane, is extensive, so be sure to ask your wait staff for recommendations if you are as yet uninitiated to the delights of this restaurant’s offering.