Highly trained scranologists have been investigating claims that curry was actually invented in Scotland.
So far, they have uncovered evidence that Kirkcaldy was originally called Kirkcurry; Robert the Bruce was christened Bob the Bhoona and Burns once wrote a poem, now lost unfortunately, which was called My Love is Like a Pure Barry Samosa.
Celebrate Scotland’s well-established curry connections with today’s Big Deal at The Prince Balti House.
Today’s Big Deal with the Prince Balti House on Seafield Road East is devastatingly tasty but conveniently simple.
Customers can buy an £8 voucher which can be exchanged for up to £20 worth of delicious food when dining at the Prince Balti House.
The kitchen specialises in authentic dishes from Nepal, Bangladesh and India. Think along the lines of starters such as aubergine pakora, tandoori lamb chops, king prawn puri and even haggis fritters.
Main courses range from traditional tried and tested kormas, dhansaks and rogan josh curries to exciting dishes likes the green herb chicken, Kashmiri BBQ chicken and, for the dare devils, the incredibly spicy fal curries which come in chicken, lamb, prawn and veggie versions.
5pm reviewers have noted the good food, helpful staff and unbelievable value at the Prince Balti House.
The respected List Eating and Drinking Guide has also had warm words for the restaurant praising its subtle, skilled blending of flavours.