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The food here is great, where else can you get a korma pizza, delicious.....everything from indian food to fish and chips is delivered hot, just try it out in Bedlington Station.....

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The food here is great, where else can you get a korma pizza, delicious.....everything from indian food to fish and chips is delivered hot, just try it out in Bedlington Station.....

one word BAH! must be a station thing! :lol:

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Hubby likes a Nan Bap, which consists of Nan Bread, topped with kebab meat and Chicken tikka stir fried with jalapeno's peppers and red onions in a tikka/tomato paste.. Its huge, feeds 2 all for £6.95.. Gorgeous..

Their Indian Curry's are really nice too!

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