Review on Aagrah
One of the most famous names among Britain's legions of Indian restaurants set out its stall in Shipley way back in 1977. Since then the group has grown, won just about every accolade going and continues to be run with honesty, care and dedication by the Sabir family (founder Mohammed Sabir was awarded an MBE in 2006 for his tireless charity work).
Aagrah's menus tend to reflect the Sabir family's native Kashmiri roots. Balti dishes feature prominently, along with classics such as ghobi gosht (lamb with cauliflower) prepared to a special recipe. The kitchen also ventures into other regions for rich, tangily spiced Hyderabadi specialities and Goan fish dishes including monkfish with fresh mint, chillies, coconut and whole roast spices; added to this is a full contingent of curry house stalwarts ranging from dhansaks to biriyanis,
On the first floor is the Aagrah Grill & Carvery, which is open for lunchtime buffets during the week, and full evening spreads from 5.30 - 11.30pm every day. To drink, there's a respectable choice of wines, plus Cobra beer and kawa tea spiced with green cardamoms and cinnamon. Aagrah currently has ten branches dotted around Yorkshire, from Doncaster in the south to Skipton in the North: check their website for more details and the latest openings.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.30pm Mon-Fri
Dinner: 5.30 - 11.30pm (12.00am Fir & Sat) (4.30 - 10.30pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express