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Exiled In Surrey 11:41 Wed Jan 22
Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
Any recommendations (not Dishoom)

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eusebiovic 12:53 Fri Jan 24
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
Probably a bit late now but Indian Lounge on Grays Inn Road was pretty decent when I last went...

Fifth Column 9:36 Thu Jan 23
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
Dishoom in KX is good for atmosphere. For food it's better than the bog standard Indian but it's not that great either.

Fifth Column 9:36 Thu Jan 23
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
Dishoom in KX is good for atmosphere. For food it's better than the bog standard Indian but it's not that great either.

joe royal 8:16 Thu Jan 23
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
Indian YMCA is pretty good , more of a cafe tho.

wtf 4:50 Thu Jan 23
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
chim chim cha boo 1:36 Wed Jan 22

I left Chalk Farm over 20 years ago, but really miss both the Bengal Lancer and Madras Valley (for take aways)... They're both still open.

w4hammer 2:23 Wed Jan 22
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
Dishoom Kings Cross

chim chim cha boo 2:08 Wed Jan 22
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
GO

I think you've been left out in the sun for a bit too long.

Golden Oldie 2:00 Wed Jan 22
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
Make your own, buy some end-of-date meat on sale, leave it out in a sunny spot by the window for a few days, marinate in foul smelling and tasting spices then serve up with some rice and naan to pissed up folk whose taste buds left them years ago.

Johnson 1:44 Wed Jan 22
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
I fancy a ruby whilst watching us get turned over tonight now as it goes.

chim chim cha boo 1:36 Wed Jan 22
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
Get on the tube to Kentish Town and give The Bengal Lancer on Kentish Town Rd a go. My favourite and been going since 1986 so they are doing something right.

Fortunes Hiding 1:35 Wed Jan 22
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
What’s wrong with Dishoom?

Fifth Column 1:12 Wed Jan 22
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
Yatri on Chalton Street which is just off the Euston Road between the two stations. I went about a month ago. It was very good. A bit Hipster but everywhere is like that now. I've never been a fan of Drummond Street.

Coffee 1:11 Wed Jan 22
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
Far Cough 12:10 Wed Jan 22

That's why I said real. Honestly, it really isn't very good or appealing. I'm sure that restaurant is good, though.

gph 1:01 Wed Jan 22
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
Sore point.

There used to be a brilliant Goan one, which shut just after I discovered it.

Everything else I've tried round there is horrible, or at least overrated.

Far Cough 12:10 Wed Jan 22
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
Coffee, that restaurant has been open for fucking years, do you think a restaurant is going to stay open, serving just rice and Dal?

Coffee 11:54 Wed Jan 22
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
Real Nepali food is boring and uninspiring.

Chinkey Weasel 11:53 Wed Jan 22
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
As Far Cough has said, Great Nepalese is very good. Gets my vote

BRANDED 11:51 Wed Jan 22
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
That’s it. Great veggie Indian.

the peckham cod 11:51 Wed Jan 22
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
not should be BYO

the peckham cod 11:50 Wed Jan 22
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
That Street behind Euston ok. Just pick carefully. Lots are not and specialise us south Indian, vegetarian, dosas etc. Drummond st think it's called.

https://www.hardens.com/restaurants/euston/indian/

Far Cough 11:49 Wed Jan 22
Re: Ruby in Kings X/Euston area
Found it, Great Nepalese on Eversholt road

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