Curry Night 2007
An annual V8 Curry Night has been a tradition of the V8 Register
from its formation in 1978. It is usually held in early February
and starts the programme of V8 Gatherings for the year! This year
the V8 Curry Night is on
Saturday 24th February 2007
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The Cambridge Curry Centre, a spacious curry house in the
centre of Cambridge.
The Cambridge Curry Centre is in a distinctive building.
Cambridge Curry Centre
45 Castle Street, Cambridge, CB3
do you find the Curry Centre?
The Cambridge Curry
Centre is in the centre of Cambridge.
The easiest route is to follow what Ian Quarrington refers to as
the "highway to hell" - i.e the A14 east bound until you
reach the junction with the A1303 which brings you directly into
Castle Street via such landmarks at Girton and New Hall colleges.
For directions and some useful maps, just click the link below and
print them off.
directions and maps
- MG Car Club
can I book
a place for the
V8 Curry Night?
Contact Ian Quarrington
on 01480 210783 or
for prior bookings.
support with finding the Curry Centre?
Just call Ian Quarrington on
Club members and friends welcome
All members of the MG Car Club and their friends are very welcome
to join V8 enthusiasts at their annual V8 Curry Night.
menu this year
There will be an extensive set menu priced at around £18.00
per person offering assorted starters, a choice of main courses
all at varying temperatures from Kurma to Vindaloo, desserts &
coffee. If any member has a specific dietary requirement, beyond
vegetarian, the restaurant can cope with this given advanced warning.
Drinks will be logged and paid for personally. The restaurant layout
has round tables seating between 8 and 10 people so it will be very
simple to mingle and chat to folk on other tables. So no limbo dancing
skills will be needed to leave the table this year to get to the
loo! The Cambidge Curry Centre has been booked for 7.00 for a
Parking is free directly across the road at Shire Hall,
which is the County Council head offices. The births, marriages
and deaths registry offices are there but Ian believes the last
wedding on a Saturday to be at 4 pm so we won't have a problem parking.
The car park has barriers on both entry and exit but at weekends
the entry barrier is permanently up and the exit opens as you approach
As driving to strange
places on a cold February evening can be a challenge, there is a
full set of maps on this webpage. You can see a good quality copy
of the detailed location map above using the wonderful map service
at www.multimap.com by just typing in the postcode for the
restaurant which is
CB3 0AH or you can use the direct link below.
Direct link for the