Reviews on Bangladeshi food in Burton upon Trent, England, United Kingdom. Burton upon Trent, also known as Burton-on-Trent or simply Burton, is a town on the River Trent in East Staffordshire, England, close to the border with Derbyshire. In 2011, it had a population of 72,299. The demonym for residents of the town is "Burtonian".
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4 based on 439 reviews
After so many disappointing curryâs from the likes of Jee Ja Jees & theGurkha lounge and even the very overpriced Anoki, we visited and absolutely loved the curryâs! The place was heaving So this tells you how good it is! They also have a great selection of cocktails too
4 based on 295 reviews
Rang them up ,they had a table free in an hour went down had amazing food ,tried the samosa to share for the first time ,wasnât disappointed we absolutely loved it (big starter)the rest of the food was the same quality (brilliant)Will be going again for definite
We ordered a take-away from the Blue Burton, one Saturday within the first few weeks of them opening. So we could check it out inside, we decided to collect our meal. The car park was full, the restaurant heaving & atmosphere totally chaotic. Our order hadnât been started, so we had to wait another half hour for that! However, management were very apologetic, offered us a drink whilst we waited & even discounted the bill for us. The take-away was excellent though, so we thought weâd try again & this time we booked a table mid-week. On this occasion the restaurant was not so busy & the whole experience much more relaxed. The food was, once again, up there with some of the best Indian cuisine weâve ever tasted. (Tip: try the toasted popadoms, as opposed to the ordinary ones. Theyâre lovely & crispy!) The prices are quite reasonable - even the drinks. Weâll most definitely be using this restaurant on a regular basis & so glad we gave them another try.
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