‘A railway-themed curry house next door to a major transport terminus’ is one reader’s snapshot of this branch of Bangalore Express, which is done out like a quirky, double-decked carriage with ‘bunk bed steps’ leading to the upper level (‘don’t wear a skirt if you want to eat in a top bunk’, warns one modest lady). The menu is tailored to sharing, with a mix-and-match philosophy that suits every occasion – from dosas and bhel-puris to full blowouts. ‘Fiery hot vindaloo’ and ‘very hot jalfrezi’ may appeal to the curry-house machos, but it’s worth exploring unusual specialities from other lands, too: Burmese khauk-swe (coconut and chicken noodle soup) or South African bunny chow (curried lamb in a bread ‘shell’), for example. Reasonable prices and generous helpings are a bonus, whether you’re staying to eat or looking for a takeaway.
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