This newsagent looks pretty standard affair for Shoreditch: slightly abnormal wooden front, signs pointing to its craft beer selection but there’s a not-so-secret secret within: they make some pretty good curries daily. You’ll notice queues running outside here most lunchtimes and for £4 you can get a takeaway box of three curries, rice and poppadoms. We like to to add enormous onion bhaji or samosa for good measure. If you’re looking for tasty, homemade and cost effective lunch, look no further.
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