Though I am speaking for myself, but I am sure many will agree, the need for some kind of digestive food is necessary after a hefty meal of Indian cuisine. And you must know, in India, there is an old practice of pickling savory fruits and vegetables and making sweet and/or sour chutney of those are carried out for eating with the heavy meals, so the heavy food can be digested easily.
However, though in UK, we have got many Indian cuisine restaurants and takeaways, but only a few of those offer this one traditional part of Indian cuisine, the chutneys and pickles. However, we, the people of Hornsey, Walthamstow E17, Leyton E10, and Lower Clapton E5 are lucky. Because Hornsey’s Chutney Palate serves takeaway meals to these areas. Also it serves meals to Barnsbury and Canonbury of Islington N1 and Kings Cross area.
What Should You Order from Chutney Palate
So, if you are around any of those areas and still haven’t checked out Chutney Palate, I think this is a good time to check out that place at least for once. You can have a nice and cozy dinner in the Chutney Palate Restaurant located in 87 Tottenham Lane, London N8 9BE, or you can order an Indian takeaway meal online from your area if you are in any of those areas mentioned above. And I would also recommend you to check out the Chutney Palate Indian Restaurant and Takeaway menu. Along with the ambrosial chutneys and pickles, they also serve all the traditional Indian cuisine dishes we know and love. Like Biryani, Kashmiri, Vindaloo, Madras and of course, our beloved Chicken Tikka Masala. And if you are a big fan of Indian cuisines, I suggest you check out the House Special Dishes Chutney Palate offers.
And for those who have never tasted Indian cuisine before, I would recommend to start with the Tandoori Chicken and Naan Breads they provide.
And most importantly, don’t forget to order a chutney or pickle from Chutney Palate. Those delightful appetizers indeed enhance the taste of your palate.
So, please let me know what you think about Chutney and Indian pickles in general. I would like to have some feedbacks.