Bringing a tantalising array of Indian flavours to the Rochdale tables, Star of Bengal is the place to be for any fan of the curry in the area.
Now accepting the tastecard, members are able to enjoy all of the sumptuous fare served on the a la carte menu at a fantastic discount, providing they call in advance with their card.
Beginning with the exquisite appetisers, where the usual favourites of the poppadom, samosa and bhaji sit alongside a host of other delectable delicacies, such as the various kebab, chat and puri options, diners can consider their palate suitably prepared for what’s to come.
Next up is the mouth-watering main course, which works across the spice spectrum and boasts an array of traditional dishes, like the mild and creamy Korma, the inferno conjuring Vindaloo, and the Bhuna, which falls somewhere in between, as well as a number of chef specialties that allow customers into the mind of the chef. Particularly enticing examples of such can be seen in the Shehazani Murgh, chicken or lamb tikka adorned with a hot and sour sauce, the Taste of Goa, Tandoori king prawns covered in a spicy massala sauce, and the chicken tikka chilli, buttered and fried chicken cooked with green chillies and a range of herbs and oriental spices.
Having been open in Rochdale since the 1970’s, Spice of Bengal certainly has the know-how to rustle up a scrumptious meal, and the restaurant offers a warm welcome to all that walk through the door.