Tandoori Mixed Grill

This page contains links to a right old "tandoori mixed grill" of websites all of which I would thoroughly recommend. There are local restaurant guides, odd bits of information, chef competitions and events to visit. There's even a site dedicated to the Nargisi Kofta.


Curry, Spice & All Things Nice Food writers and historians Peter and Colleen Grove present extracts from their book which include a history of the Indian restaurant, the origins of word curry (is it really English?) and the chicken tikka masala story.  

Brighton and Hove Curry Guide Shelley and Phil Guild's award winning guide to the curry restaurants of Brighton and Hove. The guide now includes take-aways as well. Recommended.  

Nargis Kebab Appreciation Site Only the British could obsess about a spicy version of Scotch Eggs. And why not? This site has been put together by a group of Nargis enthusiasts to share their passion for the starter of their dreams. Food of the gods.  

Chana Dhal All about chana dhal including advice for diabetics.  

Chilli Fiesta West Dean Gardens hold the National Chilli Collection and host a Chilli Fiesta every August. The event has over 100 chilli varieties on display as well as hot food stalls and chilli plants and paraphernalia for sale. A must to visit.  

International Chef of the Year Competition This competition was founded by Edinburgh entrepreneur Tommy Miah in 1991. Entry into the competition is free and amateur cooks and professional chefs compete on equal terms. The only requirement is the ability to plan and produce a 4 course South Asian meal.  

Onion Bhaji Complete curry lover's guide to the Northampton and Milton Keynes area including Wellingborough and Bedford.  

Curry County Council The restaurant reviews of a group of friends who meet up once a month at curry houses in Surrey.  

The Curry Club & The Good
Curry Guide
The famous Curry Club of Great Britain founded by Pat Chapman. Having previously sold the rights of the "Curry Club" name to G. Costa & Co. Pat now seems to have re-acquired them himself. This is Pat's personal website which also gives details about The Good Curry Guide which he edits.