The Little Curry House is an immensely popular little Indian restaurant on Byres Road and is, on almost every occasion, attending to a significant amount of customers, throughout the week and on weekends. The restaurant serves a wide-range of delicious and well-priced food, and the service is fast, efficient, and the servers were lovely and polite.
The have a wide range of dishes, suitable for a night out and curbs a craving for new tastes and lovely spices. Furthermore, it is a popular venue not just for the food and for all the dining, but also for its rustic, yet beautiful and intricate environment filled with golden lights that dangle from the ceiling.
The walls are not coated in paints or gloss of any sort, and instead channel beauty in the rustic simplicity of dark wood paneling and creamy walls. The restaurant prides itself in providing meals that have a variety of flavours and tastes. When I go here with friends or family, we usually order a some tapas (small platters) and dip into each others’. My go-to is usually Chicken Tikka Makhni with walnuts, with rice and garlic Naan. My mum rather likes the Chicken Korma dish.
It makes for a lovely dining experience and definitely a nice treat for a night out – furthermore, the venue is lovely and definitely an experience in itself. However, if you’re just feeling like a night in, it’s worthy of note that the Little Curry House does takeaway as well.