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20 April 2014
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Prashad

86 Horton Grange Road, Bradford, Yorkshire BD7 2DW

£20.00 Indian , Vegetarian Yorkshire
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  • Opening Hours: Tues-Sun 11am-3pm(4pm Sat-Sun) 6-10.30pm (4pm Sat-Sun)

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For years, Kaushy Patel and family simply dispensed their samosas and other street snacks from a serving hatch, but these days they’re happily ensconced in rather more sophisticated, sit-down premises. The crowds come here for highly flavoursome Indian vegetarian food, and you can get a taste of things by ordering the mixed platter to start: pethis (spiced coconut balls, deep fried in a fluffy potato coating) and rhengham bhajia (thin sliced aubergines in crispy batter) sit alongside light-as-clouds dhokra (a wonderfully nuanced savoury steamed sponge). To follow, don’t miss the mind-blowing masala dosas – rolled rice-flour pancakes stuffed with spiced potato and onions, with spiky lentil sambar and cool coconut chutney on the side. Prashad means ‘blessed food’, and you certainly feel beatific after a meal here. Unlicensed.

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  1. Published : Thursday, 5th September 2013

    Quaff & Scoff :: Prashad

    I first learnt about Prashad through Kaushy Patel’s lovely recipe book of the same name. Being not terribly meaty in my culinary persuasions, I was rather taken by Prashad’s wholly vegetarian menu, which was chock-full of intriguing dishes I’d never previously encountered. Indeed, there wasn’t a korma to be seen anywhere, meaning I’d definitely have to branch out! The restaurant itself is located in the tiny village of Drighlington, to the south of the midpoint between Bradford and Leeds. Spread over two floors, we found it surprisingly full on the Tuesday evening we visited – a sure sign of a popular local spot. As we are wont to do, the Bazley clan and I had starved ourselves over the course of the day so we could hit the menu hard, and hit it hard we did indeed!...
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