Everest Tandoori: Inverurie Road, Blackburn
HAVING seen this takeaway advertised on the front page of the Evening Express, The Boss and I decided to venture out to the sticks for some grub.
Staying true to my roots, I opted for the haggis pakora (£2.75).
The haggis had a nice wee bit of spice to it, and was coated in a crisp batter, a great way to get going.
Her Ladyship’s onion bhaji (£2.25) dish was just massive. A couple of mammoth bhajis with a crunchy coating and the most delectable onion-stuffed filling. Cracking.
my chicken Himalayan gundruk (£7.95) was packed full with spinach and lovely tender chicken, and the combination of flavours with the added herbs and spices was just amazing.
The Boss’ south Indian garlic chilli chicken (£7.95) had a real, proper kick to it, and the tangy treat went down easily.
With two rice and nan, the bill came to a slightly pricey £27.85 – although with the food this good, one can’t complain.