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Kebab House is located in Whitechapel and it’s open late, really late which is why we found ourselves there on a Saturday night slightly worse for wear. Inside there has been no expense spared spent on the decor however you don’t visit Lahore for the decor you visit it for the food and the fact that it’s BYO.

At 2am it is heaving and when the food arrives it’s easy to see why. Onion bhajis were among the best we’ve tasted and the chicken tikka masala, keema naan, pilau rice and chicken biryani didn’t disappoint either. The highlight of the meal is the way in which they cook the meat – so tender it falls to pieces. We did have one grumble though, the chicken korma…we’re still not sure if they just brought us the wrong dish or got the order wrong but the curry was so spicy it kicked our ass and the whole point of ordering a korma is that it’s not. We’d go back though, in a shot….beats a doner kebab any day!

2-4 Umberston Street, Whitechapel, E1