That's Aroma Buffet, Chaudhry's, Khans, Nabrasa and Royal Nawaab.
This place had curries that didn't compromise, as well as a mean Haleem dish.
This grill house is apparently "one of the grubbiest restaurants in Luton", says Shaftab.
With biryanis for just £3.50 each, you'd be mad not to give this place a go.
Previously located on Burley Road, the Pakistani restaurant moves around the corner to Kirkstall Road.
Apart from burgers and steaks, there's over 100 dishes from the Middle East, South Asia and the Far East.
South Asian chapatis and milk tea presented in an Arab inspired setting.
A new Pakistani street food vendor Roti House sells beef kebabs, chicken and other types of rolls in Camden Market.
Congratulations to the Halal-friendly restaurants awarded at the 12th annual British Curry Awards 2016.