|Curry in Las Palmas|
Calle Sagasta 17
The Oso Polar is the oldest Indian restaurant in the port but serves a decidedly strange curry. The food tastes like it was cooked by someone who was told what Indian food is like but has never actually eaten it. The only time we ate there (which was a few years ago) we came out feeling like someone had tried to poison us with cinnamon. One a more positive note, one of our friends goes there every time he comes to Las Palmas for their nan kima. Cheap and cheerful, although the chef needs to lay off the artificial colourings.
Leon y Castillo 415-417
This is actually the Hindu community's private club although the restaurant is open to everybody. It's up on the second floor of a residential building so takes a bit of finding. The Club Hindú does a good curry and excellent starters.The service has always been friendly but there has been a recent change of guard and we have heard mutterings that it isn't as good as it used to be. We can't confirm them as we haven't been for a while.
The Curry House
Calle Portugal 13
Formerly the Taj Majal and conveniently located one block back from the beach, The Curry House does good enough curry without being remarkable.
Jesus Ferrer Jimeno 7
Franchy Roca 13/ Esquina Tomas Miller
So new it even has a Facebook page, Aanand is excellent. The chicken jalafrezi is superb and the lamb s tender as it gets. We prefer the starters at the Club Hindustánico but for everything else this is by far our favourite Indian restaurant in Las Palmas. The only problem is that we went last Thursday and were the only people there.
For the sake of our curry futures please go and try Aanand. Let us know what you think!
Do you know of any other Indian restaurants in Las Palmas? Let us know and we will go and try them and add them to the list.
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