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The Clay Oven on New Street is another Indian Restaurant worthy of note. It is a licensed restaurant but staff also seem happy for you to take your own drinks. Ideal if your party includes some who prefer a draught pint of lager and others that want to keep cost down and bring their own. The wine list is also pretty good at The Clay Oven including several very drinkable bottles around £7 which in my experience is a very good price for a bottle of wine in a restaurant. If you're visiting Clay Oven during week, take a look at their 'Meal Deal' which for less than £8 gets you popadoms and pickles, a starter of your choice, a curry of your choice along with rice or nan bread and even a coffee and mints thrown in for good measure. Excellent value and excellent food too!
Other Burton curry houses worthy of a visit include George's on Station Street, Bilash Spice in Stretton, Spice of Asia on Station Street and Mombai Blue on A38 towards Willington.
Article two in this series will continue to look at other options for food in Burton-on-Trent but in meantime, take a look at online guide to food, drink and entertainment in Burton which also includes a frequently updated 'What's On' section and special offers from numerous Burton restaurants. It can be found at http://www.InBurton.co.uk
Chris Towland www.InBurton.co.uk 2005