Eastern Eye Indian Cuisine has served Aberdeen with some of the finest Indian food for over 30 years.
Based on Union Street, Everest Nepalese and Indian restaurant offers an extensive variety of authentic Nepali and Indian food dishes.
A good value meal-for-two deal with high quality curry cuisine at this Aberdeen takeaway
Japanese chain restaurant Wagamama recently launched its highly anticipated vegan katsu curry – called vegatsu.
An old favourite that delivers on great taste, with fresh ingredients and plenty of food.
A well-priced Indian takeaway which left me with a clean plate and no complaints.
Fans of dahl-icious and mouth-watering masalas are being urged to vote for their favourite curry in the North-east.
A cold night in the Granite City meant it was time for a curry to warm the cockles.
A chilly night with the threat of a dose of man flu tickling the back of my throat and threatening to take hold meant I was keen for a curry.
Newtonhill Tandoori offered excellent quality of food matched by quantity enough for a set meal to do supper and next-day lunch. Seek it out.
Things are already heating up as the search to find the best North-east curries begins.
It’s time to reset that old saying about familiarity ... actually, it breeds content.
By this stage in my life, and with more than my fair share of meals out under my belt, you’d think I would know my way around a menu.
Organisers of the Scottish Curry Awards have announced the North-east nominees hoping to pick up the prestigious prize.
The judging of Aberdeen's Best Curry Awards 2016 has finally been completed following months of taste-testing the best curry houses the North-east has to offer.
As someone who is always striving to find new heights of curry cuisine there was an inevitability I would end up in 8848.
A top comedian and chef is set to perform at an awards ceremony celebrating the best North-east curries.
Two Indian restaurants in the North-east have been served top national awards.
On the most blisteringly hot day of the year so far there's only one thing to do - head for a slap-up curry feast.
Things didn't get off to the best of starts when it took almost an hour and a half for our delivery to arrive. I could understand the delay if we'd ordered at 7.30pm on a Saturday, but midweek at 5pm?
There are days when watching your weight can go raffle itself ... and if you're falling off the wagon you might as well do it in style. Curry style.
MY SON and his soon-to-be wife both love Dil Se so much they know the phone number off by heart.