Enjoy Indian Cuisines Of Great Variety And Taste

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) September 29, 2009 -- Are you thinking of going out to spend part of your day to experience some exotic Indian cuisines? If it is so, then, you can fully rely on Thebombaybicycleclub that has been catering to the food needs of the Londoners. The club has a wide ranging menu to satisfy your taste buds.

The club makes sure that as many cuisines from India are included in its menu. So, while you are assured of all the popular dishes from the subcontinent, you may also come across the taste of some relatively lesser known dishes. Such cuisines add to the varieties of the foods serve in the restaurants of the club

The club has many quality Indian restaurants and there may be one such near your place. Just book your table and enjoy the high standards of the service and genuine Indian cuisines.

The menu in these restaurants include the appetizers like onion bhaji, pudina paneer and vegatble Samosas; chicken main course that includes chicken Madurai, murg masala, murg korma; lamb main course like pasanda Kybari and saag ghost; seafood main course like machli masala and prawn pathia and many more.

The cuisines are specially prepared to great taste by the experienced and repeated chefs who are solely dedicate to the cause of making the Indian dishes even more enjoyable. What is more, thebombaybicleclub does not believe in forcing the spices down your throat. Hence, you can choose the amount of spices in the Indian cuisines at the time of ordering the food. For more information visit http://www.thebombaybicycleclub.co.uk

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The author has been guiding the customer in selecting the fine catering and indian food uk which embodies style and creativity with a unique flair. He has written many articles on the aspect of catering and Gourmet Indian Food. Please visit thebombaybicycleclub.co.uk for more details.

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Press Release Submitted On: September 29, 2009 at 4:29 am
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