A Friday night curry is always a popular choice in the UK, and from down in Devon to the heights of the Highlands, there are few better ways to spend your evening than down the local Indian restaurant. If you’re in Whaley Bridge, then you will need no introduction to Memories of India on Buxton Road, where they have been serving up top-quality tandoori dishes and classic curries for yonks to a discerning and dedicated group of Indian aficionados. They’ve recently renovated the restaurant and are now offering a huge new range of delicacies to try. We’d recommend the gosht aloo, lamb cooked with potatoes and plenty of spices, or the house signature, the Memories of India Special, featuring chicken tikka, lamb tikka, minced meat and mushrooms with spring onions, coriander, garlic and ginger. Book a table for a proper Indian feed in Whaley Bridge – just remember to stop by the offie on the way past, as Memories of India is a bring your own restaurant, with no corkage charge to boot.
The food was lovely but the restaurant was cold. I was sat towards the back if the restaurant and there was an icy blast of cold air hitting me and round our feet. I moved put of the draft but it was generally cold.
Good food at a reasonable price. Good selection on menu and you can take your own alcohol. Friendly staff. Easy to book a table online.