Tayyabs, Whitechapel, London
Punjabi restaurant Tayyabs has been serving hungry Londoners for 40 years, many of whom come for its stunning mixed grill alone. The family-run business knows its way around a grill better than most - the sizzling meat that is continually ferried across the restaurant floor will be the soundtrack to your meal - but it's also worth trying its karahi dishes made using the traditional Pakistani deep-pot method - in particular its karahi lamb chops.
Tayyabs, 83-89 Fieldgate Street, London E1 1JU, 020 7247 9543
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It does warm my cockles when people like you attempt wit. You are blatantly a backward inbred little oik who no doubt just eats egg and chips and the closest you will go to trying something new is when bisto bring out new gravy granules or macdonalds and their new burgers. You are frankly an embarrasment to this country...your parents must be so proud of you, you obnoxious little T.I,T. attached is a link to a kids dictionary so you can work on the words over two syllables
It seems that the writer hasn't spent an awful time researching and has just gone to upmarket places to search out these restaurants...it's a shame really, because great restaurants that are deserving get missed out!
Bradford, West Yorkshire.................
Aagrah ( more than one )
3 singhs ( more than one )
these are just a few of the larger venues some pricier than others. Not even touched on the local
ones in Eccleshill, Idle, Greengates, Shipley that have equally good reputations with their regulars. come on MSN if you cant be bothered to research it why put it out there and be open to ridicule
Hey Burtonboy the "pie" is a dum biryani. The naan is cooked on top of the dish.
I've been to Tayyabs a couple of times it's the best Indian dining experience ever.
Usually these "UK" reports have one in Scotland, one in Wales, occasionally one in Norn Irn and the rest in England but this one takes the cake. Suddenly England is the UK.
Omar Khyam in Haymarket, Edinburgh is superb, The Dahkin in Candleriggs, Glasgow do a 30" long family dosai to die for, The Manzil in Aberdeen with their haggis pakora, the Tabla in Perth with about 300 amazing Trip Advisor reviews, I could go on.
This report is akin to American's thinking that the US is the world.
Tyabbs in Whitechaple -London
is the most amazing indian i've EVER been too.
would recomend to anyone even the QUEEN !!
I doubt whether theres anything better for you (and your cold) than a good hot curry cooked
with natural spices and chillies. Tandoori lamb chop starter everytime please.
Did,nt like the look of the pie too much though.
LKH :My favourite great value Curry House is upstairs in W12, I can personally recommend their chicken Karahi and vegetarians have the very best of choices much more that lentils here.
Shahi Mutter Paneer
Red Kidney Bean Curry
This is an offshoot of the Lehore Kebab house but has a larger menu with 100 choices.
The buffet is £10.99 a head but for national curry week they are offering 20% !
0208 743 2264