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Originally posted by Malc London Malc London wrote:

Have to strongly disagree with that. GX curry houses are far superior, almost as good as South Harrow.

Never had a really nice curry from CSP having tried them all a number of times. Spice is probably the best in my opinion, although I appreciate that people have different tastes. If you like Tripti, you'll probably not like GX curries.


I like Maliks in GX for a change now and then but prefer Tripti/Raj Darbar.

Not so keen on the restaurant on the A40 by the fire station though. I haven't tried the others in GX.
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Takeaway was from the restaurant formerly known as Tripti. What I mean by they are all the same is the menus are all pretty much the same. The taste differs a little, but the choice of dishes is very limited


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Had a takeaway from there last night. Not bad. Specials choice wasn't great but had the lamb chop special. It was very tasty and full of flavour. The misses had a CTM which had loads of chicken in it and full but not to heavy sauce.

There is still news stories and "curry chef of the year" awards from 2001 on the wall that relate to Tripti. Not exactly current!
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Originally posted by Malc London Malc London wrote:

Originally posted by phisch21 phisch21 wrote:

. All the curry houses in CSP and GX are pretty much the same



Have to strongly disagree with that. GX curry houses are far superior, almost as good as South Harrow.

Never had a really nice curry from CSP having tried them all a number of times. Spice is probably the best in my opinion, although I appreciate that people have different tastes. If you like Tripti, you'll probably not like GX curries.


The owner of spice used to manage curry mahal in south harrow many years ago, that was a nice place back in the day!
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I went there last night and was not impressed, the food was bland and atmosphere was lacking, and why can not a curry house sell proper ale?
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Can't comment on the food as I won't eat in a place where the decor reminds me of Habitat! I want flock wallpaper with elephants on and Indian music and plastic vegetation, with dim lighting and tables separated for some privacy and maybe a fish tank. Hmmm now where do I remember that from?
Have to agree with the real ale comment but many would say that a Cobra is the only drink to accompany a curry.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Malc London Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 August 2013 at 1:08pm
There used to be such a place in GX until a few years ago, next door to Maliks. Had everything a 1970's authentic Indian Restaraunt could wish for, and the food wasn't bad either.
 
I'm sure the setting will come back in some retro setting in the future, along with a Berni selling Prawn Cocktail, Sirloin Steak and Black Forest Gateau.
 
Perhaps we might even have Kebabs that don't fall apart.
 
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I have always been a fan of Tripti, but, having had an average take away from there some weeks ago I thought I'd give Delhi Spice a try. Mainly because they offer a choice of main dishes that contain neither meat nor fish. I was very impressed and have now switched my allegiance to Delhi Spice.

I do still prefer to make my own, but some days cooking can be too much effort.


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I do like a cobra, as it is not to gassy, but a nice rebellion ipa would go nicely.
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Four of us dined out at Raj Durbar (formerly Tripti's) last night for the first time since the staff took it over. It was sad that there were so few diners in on a Friday night (though lots calling for takeaways) because the meal was absolutely sumptuous (esp my butter chicken and the naans, also the tarka dall, and ....)and the bill was far less than we expected. Add to that the warm and friendly yet very discreet (attentive but not hovering) service, and it all made for a truly lovely evening. We were made to feel most welcome indeed. Will certainly visit again very soon. Thank you Raj Durbar (and eid Mubarak to you).
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