Us Brits have a great fondness for curries, but sadly not all are created equally as yummy.
When it comes to takeaways or going for an exotic themed meal, a curry is definitely the best option out there.
And while there are some tasty options to get stuck into such as the explosion of flavour that is a Chicken Tikka Masala there are also some vile concoctions such as Aloo Gobi and Fish Curry.
Here is the definitive ranking of popular curries ranked from awful to delicious.
10. Fish Curry
Although fish goes great with items such as chips, salad and vegetables there are certain pairings that it should never be mingled with, and curry is one of them.
Fish curry regardless of what delicious type of fish used, the spices added or the sauces thrown in simply does not go.
So please avoid the seafood section on the menu.
9. Aloo Gobi
Ah, the fail safe option always offered to vegetarians during every curry house visit.
The puzzling thing about this dish is that the two main ingredients of cauliflower and potatoes are quite tasty as stand alone items, but when blended it tastes awful.
The texture of the two mashed together feels unnatural, and there are way better vegetarian options available.
This much hyped dish is often spotted being enjoyed by the lad of the group, who is intent on earning his spice handling credentials.
Overrated, too spicy, guaranteed to destroy your tastebuds and definitely will give you heartburn.
7. Lamb Saag
Classic medley of spinach and seasoned lamb makes this a decent option.
Not too spicy, and goes down great with a side dish of yoghurt accompanied with a heavily buttered garlic naan.
6. Saag Paneer
The only way to make Lamb Saag even better is by swapping the lamb and replacing it with chunks of cheesy goodness in the form of paneer.
A crowd pleaser for all cheese lovers out there.
5. Butter Chicken
Creamy, the perfect level of spice, and filled with thick chunks of chicken that melt in your mouth.
A great post night out meal, and even better as a hangover cure.
4. Chicken Jalfrezi
Yes this is spicy, but at least it tastes better than the Vindaloo option.
Filled with green chillies, peppers, onions, tomatoes and fried meat this definitely offers an authentic experience.
Just ensure you’ve got plenty of water nearby.
3. Lamb Rogan Josh
Medium spice, a favourite at South Asian weddings and goes perfect with roti, naan or even a dollop of rice.
Creamy, simple to make and even tastes better cold.
2. Chicken Tikka Masala
This orange shaded little pot of treasure is a delight for all taste buds out there.
Thick chunks of chicken, marinated in spices and accompanied by peppers, onions and a sprinkling of coriander make this a fail safe choice when ordering a curry.
1. Vegetable Curry
Absolute classic, sticks close to traditional recipes from South Asia and because there is no meat in it, it can be enjoyed by everyone.
Always order this, and you will forever be happy with your curry choice.