The lowest point in my long search for authentic modern Indian/Bangladeshi food in continental Europe, was a place in Nimes in southern France that I was solemnly assured by my French colleagues was the bees' knees and turned out to be a terrible cliche of mainly orange-coloured creamy blandness. I formed the opinion then that the search was mission impossible. Well, I am glad to report that Wroclaw is the El Dorado of this culinary mini-Odyssey, if you'll forgive the wildly mixed cultural metaphors, because the Masala Grill delivers a thoroughly decent curry. A simple mutton Dopiaza with a thin roti cooked on an upturned wok was all I needed. Excellent sauce, tender tasty meat, well-judged spices, nicely softened onion, no compulsory rice, no sickly cream. You can watch them spice, prepare and cook, too. They're good. The salty lassi was OK - could've done with it being a bit bolder with the salt actually, but I liked the cumin (a very fashionable spice at the moment.) Overall, three cheers for the Wroclaw curry!
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