THOSE late-night curries may hit the spot.
But they may also be a little different to what you ordered from the menu.
An investigation by trading standards officers in West Yorkshire has found that almost half the lamb curries tested were made of beef.
That may not make much of a difference to some but to many, it can create a great cultural or religious dilemma.
And when people appreciate that the current price of beef is about half that of lamb, they may also realise that the takeaway owner is earning more than he should from the lamb bhuna or sheesh kebab.
It may well be that some of those involved end up being prosecuted.
No-one is suggesting that all takeaway owners will try and pass off one foodstuff for another, cheaper, version.
But we Yorkshiremen are notorious for being careful with our cash and we like to get good value for our money, wherever it is spent.