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The original branch of this “authentic Indian street food” chain remains of note for its “quirky”, “laid-back atmosphere” and “very reasonable prices”, and is “particularly good for veggies” and teetotallers. Stop Press – their first non-Brizzle outpost landed on George Street, Oxford, in July 2017.
This ever-“quirky”, five-strong local chain has come a long way since its beginnings as a street food van at Glastonbury festival; the original Montpellier HQ still offers a “good buzz”, and “excellent value” Indian cuisine.
This “quirky, low-key” chain serves “genuinely interesting” Indian food with “particularly good” veggie dishes (and “they do cheap tiffin takeaways” too); it's a rare subcontinental that “genuinely welcomes young children” with a kids menu, hence the presence of “many trendy mothers”!
“Cheap and wholesome Indian dishes” and a “great selection of vegetarian food” (with “take-aways in re-useable tiffin tins”) define this five-strong chain; this listing is for the Montpelier HQ, but the new Southville branch is “ideal for a meal before you go to the (on-site) Tobacco Factory”.
12 York Rd, Bristol, BS6 5QE
mon-fri 5pm â€“ 10pm, sat-sun noon â€“ 10pm
Last orders: 10 pm