Welcome to Curry Garden. A Family run Bangladeshi & Indian Restaurant .Located on Bowes road off the North Circular just Opposite Arnos Grove Tube Station. Our aim is to serve our customers fresh, mouth-watering foods from the far east at a reasonable price. In Bangladesh our staple diet includes Rice, Fish and vegetable. Likewise here at Curry Garden we specialize in FISH, BEEF and FRESH VEGETABLE alongside poultry, lamb and seafood. We have a large varieties of authentic Fish dishes that are very popular to our regular customers. We also have mouth-watering flavorsome Tandoori dishes cooked in charcoal clay oven. Such as sea food mix grill, paneer tikka shashlik, Tandoori mix grill, Tandoori King prawn and many more. Please come and visit us for an enjoyable meal at friendly ambiance.
Serious Indian cuisine aficionados will take great delight in challenging the kitchen at Curry Garden’s Collier Row Road, Romford premises to whip up an esoteric dish that doesn’t appear on the menu. The look on these self-proclaimed experts’ faces when their request is fulfilled is priceless – the chefs behind the scene really know their Indian cuisine. But then again, with so much to choose from anyway, why get antagonistic? It must be the spice. Curry Garden’s tandoori oven is always hot, churning out mixed grills and signature dishes such as the chicken or lamb naga – a dish incorporating the Bengali hellishly hot naga chilli. Looking for something milder? Give the creamy akbari a spin, or opt for the tasty japlong chicken. Romford and London as a whole have an Indian cuisine haven here.
Diners at Curry Garden’s Romford premises down Collier Row Road will note that the menus are packed with specialist dishes. Highly recommended are the king prawn butterflies, beautifully presented breadcrumb-battered Bengali prawns. Another signature starter is Curry Garden’s prawn puri, slightly spiced and served on fluffy Indian bread. The house specialties are a must-try, while the chef’s recommendations include a north Indian special chicken or lamb dish, cooked with fresh garlic, coriander and naga pickle. The Shums is a curiously named dish featuring pieces of chicken tikka, potatoes and meat balls cooked in a bhuna sauce, while Curry Garden’s Bengal tiger is completely illegal, until you realise that it’s actually a king prawn dish. Had you there for moment. With warm and welcoming staff and cosy interior, plus great delivery offers, London curry lovers will fall head over heels for Curry Garden.