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Bengal Balti House

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About Bengal Balti House

Bengal Balti House restaurant in Tufnell Park was North London's first ever balti style restaurant and is still going strong. Located by a busy crossroads, Bengal Balti House manages to be quiet and friendly - a nice spot for a date or meal with friends. The décor was tastefully modernized a few years ago, but the quality of the kitchen has never varied. Signature dishes include baltis, of course, and the excellent tandooris, though chefs are happy to prepare what you fancy even if it's not listed on the menu. The welcome is warm and - we love weekends - everything at Bengal Balti House is half-price on Sundays.



Sample a la carte

Starter

- Mixed starters £4.80
- Aloo chat £2.40
- Vegetable pakora £2.70
- Tandoori lamb chops £2.80

Other starters are available.

Main Course

- Chicken green masala £6.10
- Balti lamb pasanda £6.90
- Chicken cashew nuts (special grilled chiken with crushed cashew nuts in a mild sauce) £6.20
- Vegetable vindaloo £3.95
- King prawn honey garden (specially diced and marinated in fresh honey) £6.50
- Bengal special (chicken, prawn and lamb cooked together in a thick spicy gravy) £8.00

Other main courses are available.

Dessert

- A selection of desserts are available.



Additional Information


Address:

6 Brecknock Road, Tufnell Park, N7 0DD

Nearest tube:

Kentish Town

Average Price:

£35 - £44

Opening times:

Mon - Sat 4pm - 12am
Sun 12pm - 12am

Dress Code:

None

N.B. Bookings can no longer be made for this restaurant through London Online



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