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 Curry & Naan, Northampton
 Thursday, 3 January 2008
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Guest review
by Ben Ramsey, Grange Park

Having just moved to Grange Park, I found this place on the internet and decided to order without using a menu.

Because of this, I ordered dishes I knew would be on any standard Indian restaurant menu - 2 popadums, onion bhaji, 2 naans, butter chicken, chicken dupiaza, mushroom rice.

The order arrived very quickly and I was very pleased with this.

I opened the tuppaware-style dishes to food that I could only describe as poor. If an Indian chef has been anywhere near those dishes, I'm a flying dutchman.

The onion bhajis were flattened tesco-style bhajis. The butter chicken sauce was bright pink and was like water. With chicken in it. The flavour was like a watered-down jar of generic indian cook-in-sauce. The dupiaza was OK, but not anything I couldn't have made better using a jar of sauce.

All-in-all an extremely disappointing meal which was only eaten because we had nothing else in the house. If I had had so much as a pot noodle in a cupboard, I would have thrown this away.

Ben rated this 2 out of 10.