The Ivy Inn

Dave and I had the best ever curry meal when we were in England earlier this year. We went to The Ivy Inn in North Littleton Evesham for their curry night.

The Ivy Inn

The Ivy Inn

The Ivy Inn is a village pub located in the heart of the picturesque village of North Littleton. In winter expect warm open fires and in summer you can dine al fresco.

Curry Night

On a Monday and Tuesday evening, you can enjoy the most amazing curries. To start, Dave and I shared the Fish Pakora (£5.00) which was tender as advertised, and not too spicy. These were served with a mint yoghurt and chilli sauce. For the main course I went for the chef’s special of a chicken tikka masala (£9.50). The chicken was perfectly cooked and the portion was generous.

Dining Inside

Create your own curry

I really liked this concept and Dave chose from this. You could have a simple curry cooked with ground herbs and spices; a balti which is an aromatic curry cooked in a spicy tomato and onion masala; jalfrezi which is tempered whole spices stir fried with peppers and chunks of onion; madras which is an aromatic curry cooked in a tomato based fiery hot sauce; korma, a rich curry cooked with coconut in a mild creamy sauce; or rogan josh which is cooked with fresh roasted spices, tomato, garlic and Kashmiri chillies. You then make a choice of the protein, either chicken, chicken tikka, lamb or prawns. Dave chose the lamb rogan josh (£10.50). To go with our curries we ordered plain naan (£2.00) and steamed rice (£2.50). For drinks Dave went with beer and I had cider.

Our Meal

Highly recommended

For anyone travelling in the area I would highly recommend you visit The Ivy Inn for their curry evening. They also offer traditional pub food, and a Sunday roast. Contact them on +44 1386 834841 to make a booking.

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