Photos by Dom

Website updated: 28 Sep 2017

Welcome ...

... to our semi-serious guide to curry houses in the City of London. Each restaurant is marked for food quality, ambience, service, beer and VFM. This site contains restaurant reviews, photos, maps and the occasional amusing comment.

Go to the Alphabetic Listing for information about all the restaurants we have visited - see our reports,
some photos, maps and (where applicable) links to the restaurants' own websites.

Use the City Map to find a suitable restaurant in your chosen area of the City - the map shows
the location of each restaurant we have visited (and its current star rating).

Last Restaurant Visited

Name: Standard Balti House
Area: Brick Lane
Address: 71 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL
Date: 31 Aug 2017
Visit No: 4

Serv Amb Beer Start Nan Rice Main Veg VFM Score
C/Marks: 7.4 7.3 6.8 6.6 6.8 6.3 6.8 6.3 6.9 6.79

The Standard rises from 43rd to 10th place in the rankings, leaving the top 6 unchanged.

Click to see our full report.

A new CurryMarks sign? It's not a full or half portion ... a "large one" maybe?

Top of the Flocks!

Here are the current leaders - the top 6 at the end of the year to be re-visited next year. (Go to the Rankings page to see the full table.)

Click on a restaurant's name to
see the reports for our visits.

About The Club

Originally known as the GRD Curry Club, the name was changed to The CurryMarks Club in 2004. Click here to read a short history of the Club.

Joy of Curry

Did you see us on "The Joy of Curry" on BBC2? Click here to read all about it and see some photos from the night we were filmed.

Black Country Curry

Venturing away from our City of London roots, we travelled to the Black Country to sample the delights of the 'traditional' Balti. Click here to read about our weekend away and see some photos.

Century Outings

To celebrate reaching our century, and then our double century, we decided to go 'up West' and spend top dollar. Click 'c1' or 'c2' to read a summary of each of these periods.

Wags Curry

Fed up with being 'curry widows', some of the Wags decided to try it for themselves. Click here to read about their visit to Mehek.


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