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    Bet no one can answer this question

    Posted by James on 6/4/2021, 14:24:20

    What was the first Indian nosh place in Luton

      Re: Bet no one can answer this question

      Posted by Three Wheels On My Wagon on 6/4/2021, 16:15:05, in reply to "Bet no one can answer this question"

      There was one in John Street where the resident cockroaches were a hugely entertaining cabaret act.

        Re: Bet no one can answer this question

        Posted by RADSB on 6/4/2021, 16:28:37, in reply to "Re: Bet no one can answer this question"

        The Light of India - the lights were never bright in there though.

        Re: Bet no one can answer this question

        Posted by Old Black&White on 6/4/2021, 14:47:01, in reply to "Bet no one can answer this question"

        Was it something like Meah Tandoori?

        Down past Park Square?

          Re: Bet no one can answer this question

          Posted by RADSB on 6/4/2021, 14:53:25, in reply to "Re: Bet no one can answer this question"

          Bengal Tiger in Mill Street is the oldest I know of.

            Re: Bet no one can answer this question

            Posted by RADSB on 6/4/2021, 14:54:50, in reply to "Re: Bet no one can answer this question"

            I think Mr Meah use to work at the one in Mill Street before he opened the Meah in Park Street.

          Re: Bet no one can answer this question

          Posted by Whitby rd hat on 6/4/2021, 14:28:52, in reply to "Bet no one can answer this question"

          Shalimar?

            Re: Bet no one can answer this question

            Posted by Adrian on 6/4/2021, 15:25:01, in reply to "Re: Bet no one can answer this question"

            Always a night to remember!

              Re: Bet no one can answer this question

              Posted by Whitby rd hat on 6/4/2021, 14:30:08, in reply to "Re: Bet no one can answer this question"

              More of a tandori though

                Re: Bet no one can answer this question

                Posted by Realfan on 6/4/2021, 15:00:14, in reply to "Re: Bet no one can answer this question"

                Nazmar in Bury park, Mr Meahís uncle owned it. Early 60ís

                  Re: Bet no one can answer this question

                  Posted by CLINT on 6/4/2021, 14:58:11, in reply to "Re: Bet no one can answer this question"

                  There was one at the top of Wellington St and one in Cheapside in the 60's, can't remember the names.

                    Re: Bet no one can answer this question

                    Posted by Nearly a Genius on 6/4/2021, 15:28:14, in reply to "Re: Bet no one can answer this question"

                    Also one in Guildford Street by the railway line (now the busway).

                      Re: Bet no one can answer this question

                      Posted by J Block OAP on 6/4/2021, 16:21:16, in reply to "Re: Bet no one can answer this question"

                      The Kashmir on the corner of New Bedford Road and Crawley Road was an early pioneer of Indian food.

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