Those on the hunt for Bangladeshi cuisine in Stourbridge have got much to be grateful for in Harry’s of Lye on the High Street. Formerly Laxy’s of Lye, the restaurant’s history stretches back to 1998 and has gone from strength to strength since then. Home to freshly prepared Bangladeshi dishes and a smattering of other subcontinental delights, the menu at Harry’s offers comforting food in a chic, smart environment.
Great food, great service, great place. Looked after our party of 15 brilliantly. One of the best balti restaurants you will find in this or any area.
Nice staff main course took 1 hour 20 mins the rice was gorg but my partners was burnt not the best curry I have had which is a shame as we had travelled 200 miles to try the place
The night out for a meal at Harry's restaurant was fabulous good food clean and tidy the guys who served us were friendly and always smiling and very good value for money
Harry’s of Lye on Stourbridge’s High Street is a quintessential British curry house. Bringing together the exotic and fragrant dishes of Bangladeshi cuisine with a smart, modern dining room and friendly service, Harry’s has proved itself to be popular with diners for the best part of two decades. The service at Harry’s is pretty famous, expect to be greeted at the door by Harry himself and welcomed as an old friend to select from a menu of traditional favourites and new classics from the subcontinent.
One of Harry of Lye’s chief charms is that even after 15+ years serving diners with some Stourbridge’s finest Bangladeshi food, the restaurant remains unlicensed. As such, for diners tucking into a generous portion of tandoori fish bhuna masala or rangeela murghi they’re invited to bring a bottle of something they fancy for a small corkage ensuring that a night at Harry’s on the High Street is as affordable as it is fun. Undoubtedly one of the neighbourhood’s most popular restaurants, would-be guests are well advised to make a reservation, especially over the weekend.