7th December 2016 at 1pm
A spontaneous trip out to the Mosque Kitchen (one of many – this one is situated just behind the mosque) with some of my teamies. The café is basic but with friendly staff. The focus is decent, quick food. Whilst most of the food available is curry based, you can also get wraps, paninis and salads. However, we all wanted curry. I chose a lamb curry with rice, the others went for chickpea masala and rice, chicken tikka masala with rice and chicken jalfrezi with rice and an additional naan.
The food came out relatively quickly. Don’t expect crockery here. You will be served in a polystyrene dish with plastic cutlery but don’t let this spoil your experience. We each had a generous portion of rice. My curry was pretty standard – enough meat within it for a lunch portion. It wasn’t particularly spicy but I didn’t expect anything different. The chickpea curry was very generous and is a favourite of my colleague eating it. The tikka masala dish was a vivid colour (as expected with this kind of dish) but also went down well. The jalfrezi was eaten by our Bradford curry expert. His verdict was that it was a competent curry but wasn’t going to set the world alight. Something I concur with.
This place is decent enough for a quick bite to eat.
Food – 7/10
Service – 7/10
Atmosphere – 7/10
Value – 9/10
Overall – 30/40
Would I eat here again? Possibly
Cost just over £20 for four curries with rice and a naan