Wednesday, 21 November 2007


I do like to eat out and last night my sister asked me to meet her and my uncle for a Curry on Brick Lane, an area a tad outside my comfort zone, so rather than wander aimlessly I did some research and thanks to the ever wonderful Guardian I booked a table at Tayyabs.
Tayyabs, Whitechapel, London
A Pakistani restaurant on a Whitechapel back street behind the East London Mosque. The hoards of people that stand and wait outside to get a table on a daily basis are testament to the fact that this is one of the best curry houses in London. The prices are cheap, the food excellent, from grilled meats to curries and there's an excellent sweet counter for after-dinner treats.Robert English
Tayyabs, 83-89, Fieldgate St, London E1; +44 (0)207 247 9543.

This is an understatement it was just utterly fab a great night out with a bring your own policy or a couple of pints before hand at the White Hart next to Aldgate East tube. I have never seen Kitty eat so much! just brilliant. And yes the sweet counter was wonderful but I defy anyone to have space for one after the feast that they cooked.

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