Wolverhampton has never had better contemporary Bangladeshi cuisine. With the experienced team at Tiffu’s Bangladeshi cuisine drawing on decades of combined experience working in Asian restaurants, plus an attentive attitude to customers likes and dislikes, owners Joe and Tiffu have realised their dream of offering Wombourne diners a first-class Bangladeshi culinary experience right on the High Street. They’re a hard-working crew, open late every day of the year including Christmas and bank holidays, delivering within a 5-mile radius, and catering for upwards of 50 people onsite, and 200 when they take their expertise elsewhere.
Tiffu’s Bangladeshi Cuisine is a stylish, genuinely fine-dining High Street restaurant in Wolverhampton’s Wombourne that has an open and honest commitment to introducing diners to the less-commonly-known culinary delights of Bangladeshi cuisine. Despite its diminutive size relative to neighbouring India, Bangladeshi cuisine has a great many regional variations, differing according to this low-lying nation’s complex geography. Appropriately, freshwater fish and seafood dishes feature prominently on Tiffu’s menu, reflecting Bangladesh’s watery backdrop.
Start off with tandoori king prawns, for example, or some of Tiffu’s fusion-influenced appetisers. Tandoori and balti specialities are prominent here, with the unusually named Tiffu’s Memories, featuring mesmerising herbs and hidden towards the end of the long balti list, highly recommended. If you’re down along Wombourne’s High Street looking for a touch of luxury, check out Tiffu’s lobster hamai zao, whole fresh lobster cooked in a special marinade composed of the chef’s special blend of herbs and spices. Traditional Bangladeshi culinary standards have their own home on the menu, as do a stack of vegetarian options. An extra special is the list of unusual fusion dishes, each suggested by Tiffu’s dedicated team members. It’s a personal touch that helps make this Bangladeshi restaurant one of Wolverhampton’s best kept secrets.