These are the Top 10 Rated Curry houses in Liverpool

Is there anything better than a piping hot curry, pilaf and nan bread and a cold beer on a Friday night?

Did you know that Jalfrezi is now the most popular curry dish consumed across the UK? The Chicken Tikka was knocked off the top spot for the first time in 2015. Did you also know the first ever dress made entirely from poppadoms was created by Wigan Fashion Designer, Lisa Myers. If that’s not worth a little brag for the north, we don’t know what is.

Waving the flag for curry lovers in the north, Glasgow, Birmingham and Bradford have all been named Curry Capital of the Year, but what about Liverpool’s contribution?  Liverpool loves a curry, it’s official and according to TripAdvisor, these are the Top Ten curry houses you should be booking a table at this weekend….

1 – Yukti Indian Street Food, Renshaw Street

You can smell the delights within Yukti right the way down Renshaw St and we highly recommend giving into temptation and booking a table. Charcoal chicken wings, veggie biriyani and the Beatles interior is a winner for us. More here. 

2 – Saffron, St John’s Road

The TripAdvisor reviews of St John’s Road’s Saffron make us feel like a proud mum on parents evening. ‘Service was impeccable’, ‘Can’t believe I waited so long before going. I’d definitely go back.’ Head to Waterloo and order yourself a momo lamb dumplings. You wont regret it. More here.

3 – Barton Rouge, Exchange Street

With 26 reviews purely about poppadoms, you know you’re onto a winner at Barton Rouge. The spicy hot Chicken Nagpur gets a great write up as does the lamb shank, aloo gobi and top class service. Book your table and check out the menus here.

4 – Remora, South Hunter St

If you’re looking for a pre-show (Liverpool Phil, Everyman etc) dinner venue, head to hidden gem, Remora, South Hunter St. Diners love the intimate setting, great value and divine authentic flavours of this cosy Indian restaurant which serves up 3 courses for £13.95! More info here. 

5 – Mowgli Water Street/Bold St

Oh Mowgli, where do we start!? The chat bombs, the Himalayan cheese on toast, the chip butty! And then there’s the Bunny Chow, tiffin boxes, fab staff and cool and comfortable dining rooms that are as Instagram worthy as the food. Skittles got it all wrong, taste the rainbow at Mowgli. Menus here.  

6 – Sanskruti, Bixteth Street

Veggies, vegans…..students, this one is for you! Sanskruti offers fab money off deals on sit in and take away orders and offers up some of the most amazing non-meat dishes including Punjabi samosas and Malai kofta. Hmmmm dumplings. Menus here. 

7 – Rumi by Bukhara, Mount Pleasant

If you love your south Asian cuisine, Rumi by Bukhara is the one. One review claims these are “probably the best curries in Liverpool.” Order Samundari prawns and Afghani tikka for starters and fish Karachi for your main, you’re welcome! Menus and more here.

8 – Holdi, Woolton St

Winners of the Best Asian Restaurant 2018 at the Liverpool Lifestyle Awards, Holdi in Woolton offers up Indian food  with style. If you’re planning a family get together or group night out, book a table, go mad on the starters and tuck into some seriously tasty curry. Menus here. 

9 – Spice City, Stanley St

Curry after work anyone? Head to Stanley St for all the classics done right. Spice City has long been welcoming guys and girls in all manner of office attire, trying to not dip their ties in the jalfrezi! Garlic naan goes down a storm here as well as curry with punch. Menus and more here. 

10 – Spiceways, Childwall Road

We’re back out to the suburbs for our 10th and final entry in the run down. Spiceways on Childwall Rd offers eat in or take away and a fantastic level or service. King prawn Balti, piping hot madras and all the poppadoms are our recommendations. More info here. 

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