Palmers Green in Enfield is famous for many things, not least the Green Lanes of Harry Potter fame, but isn't particularly known for its fine food. Regardless, Dipali, an Indian restaurant of extraordinary distinction on Aldermans Hill in the area has excellent food in abundance. Here diners can find traditional Indian cuisine in comfortable, welcoming surrounds in the north London borough with dishes to delight the carnivorous and vegetarian alike.
Legend has it that a Russian businessman once splashed out £700 on food from Dipali on Aldermans Hill in Palmers Green for a takeaway meal for 20 to take home with him to Moscow. For those more local, however, Dipali is an excellent spot for a mid-week curry or a celebratory, well, anything in the capable hands of the Dipali team. The menu blends traditional curry-house favourites like chicken tikka and onion bhajis, with unusual delicacies like chotpoti smothered in a sharp tamarind sauce.
Established in 1973, in Palmers Green, Dipali’s takeaway menu is something of a hero to local patrons of this Aldermans Hill eatery, offering affordable curry to devour at home. If you’re in the mood to sample a bit of everything, Dipali’s Sunday lunch buffet is on hand to assist. Swing by between 12pm and 3pm on a Sunday for a choice of 14 dishes, including excellent vegetarian options for curry fans to sink their teeth into. Dipali is open daily for lunch and dinner service and is within easy reach of Palmers Green station.