Lye in Stourbridge, and Birmingham slightly further up the road, is hardly short of places serving curry. That Garam Masala has stayed put on Lye High Street since 1993 is a testament to the quality of the food served there and the legions of loyal fans returning again and again. Some diners come for favourites like lamb rogan jost or a veggie dupiaza, while others have ventured onto the chef’s signature dishes, including lahori dum puket or vension hiran massouri.
The dining room at Garam Masala is a chic, upmarket take on a curry house. Diners are sat in smart brown leather chairs and invited to peruse the menu, or ask the knowledgeable waiting staff for tips. Take advantage of the well-stocked bar to make the most of the evening at this longtime Stourbridge staple. The High Street eatery has been awarded the best dining experience is Lye for 2014, and is open daily from 5.30pm to welcome guests at Garam Masala to their curry house with a difference.
Established way back in 1993, Garam Masala in Stourbridge has been serving up a blend of flavours from Pakistan, India and Bangladesh in a curry house that is resolutely different from the gaudy affairs that diners are accustomed to. At Garam Masala diners can expect food freshly cooked to order, and served only when they’re ready. Guests at Garam Masala in Lye should expect sharp, fresh subcontinental flavours, served beautifully.