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“A valiant survivor (I’ve been going here for 50 years!)” – this veteran “no frills” curry house on a grotty Euston side street serves “some very unusual dishes”, with plenty of choice for veggies. Some long term fans however fear it’s “not quite so special as it was before”.
“Year-in year-out pushing the right buttons” – this subcontinental veteran in a grungy Euston side street is the epitome of a sweet ethnic café, and a very affordable one too.
“They’re such lovely people” at this ancient stalwart, in a grungy Euston side street, where a dedicated fanclub hail its “top curries” (incorporating some not-particularly-spicey Nepalese specials).
“The location in a scruffy Euston side street doesn’t promise much”, but the menu at this Nepalese stalwart “delivers in spades”, offering “interesting” national dishes, as well as the usual north Indian suspects.
48 Eversholt St, London, NW1 1DA
lunch noon - 2.30 pm, dinner 6 pm - 11.30 pm
Last orders: 11.30 pm, Sun 10 pm