Curry Palace

  • 0195 425 2506
  • 215 High Street, Cottenham, Cambridge (map of this place)
  • CB24 8QP
  • Sunday – Thursday 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM 5:30 PM – 11:00 PM Friday – Saturday 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM 5:30PM – 11:30 PM

India is a diverse country with diverse cooking styles. What we commonly refer to as Indian cuisine is in-fact the combination of dishes and cooking styles from across the country. However, there are certain common features present in all forms of Indian cuisines. For example, all cuisines rely heavily on a diverse mix of spices and they all make use of legumes. Curry Palace is an Indian restaurant near Cambridge that serves a variety of cuisines that include Kashmiri, Bengali, Madrasi and many more.

The cuisine of each region is heavily influenced by its history. This includes its trade relations, past conquerors and religious and cultural practices. Explore the rich flavours and types of Indian cuisines at Curry Palace, the Indian restaurant in CB24. Some of the most prevalent types of cuisines are:
North Indian Cuisine

This is the most prevalent form of Indian food. North Indian food has a strong Mughal influence that reflects the history of the region from which it originates. North Indian dishes are rich in dairy products and usually have moderately spicy and creamy gravies. Some of the common elements of North Indian cuisines are deep-fried snacks, grilled or roasted meat and curries that are prepared on a slow simmer.

Kashmiri Cuisine

This cuisine originates from the state of Jammu & Kashmir in the north of India and is heavily influenced by Asian and middle-eastern cooking styles. Kashmiri cuisine is also known for offering a variety of baked dishes such as kulchas and tsochvoru that originated from the region. Dishes from this cuisine are also rich in spices like cloves, cinnamon, cardamom, ginger and fennel. BengaliCuisine Known for its flavoursome seafood dishes, Bengali cuisine originates from the eastern subcontinent of India. It is heavily influences by its proximity to the coastal region. This cuisine is known for multi-course meals that include everything from bitter starters to sweet desserts, covering a wide spectrum of flavour and taste.

South Indian Cuisines

Also known as Madrasi food, the South Indian cuisine is known for its chutneys, pickles and dry curries. Another popular element of South Indian food is the papadam that is commonly offered as a side dish in most Indian restaurants. The three famous curries from this region are Sambars, rasams, and kootus. The Curry Palace offers Indian takeaway in Cambridge and prepares delectable food that retains the rich flavour and history of these cuisines. If you’re looking for quality Indian takeaway in CB24, Curry Palace is just the place for you.


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