It’s time to publish opening hours, to brush up on customer service, to remind people you are still here and to stay relevant. When you can eat inside, enjoy the decor and spaciousness It’s a shame that Eurasia hasn’t paid sufficient attention to detail on those fronts. It serves the best curry in Bridgnorth, no question, and probably only has four rivals across Shropshire and the Black Country – those being Golden Moments, in Ludlow; The Bilash, in Wolverhampton; Saffron, in Oldbury and Five Rivers, in Walsall. It regularly achieves a five-star rating for hygiene from Shropshire Council, while it remains a firm favourite of discerning diners from across the region. In 2013, the restaurant underwent a major refurbishment and more recently it’s been delighting locals with authentic renditions of food from India and Bangladesh. Fine dining at Eurasia Tandoori Since the onset of lockdown, it’s been pretty near the top of my list to use and a simple midweek supper didn’t disappoint. Skill and flair, balance and good technique, sensible spicing and precise cooking – all were on display in a collect-it-ourselves dinner featuring two starters, two mains and a side. He provides a true flavour of India and Bangladesh in a menu that is executed with considerable skill and showcases his gastronomic flair. In this new era of physical distancing, Eurasia has been refashioned to provide great-value take-outs that ensure exceptional value for money for locals and those making collections. Eurasia Tandoori, 21 West Castle Street, Bridgnorth WV16 4AB Tel: 01746 764895 Web: eurasiatandoori.co.uk * If you know of a food business that’s offering a brilliant take-away/delivery service, let us know.
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