All aboard the Indian restaurant
Jul10

All aboard the Indian restaurant

You don’t need a boarding pass to walk on to this special plane. Technically we’re not sure it’s a plane any more as it won’t even leave the ground. Instead, you will be able to eat a proper curry. A new Indian restaurant has seen the light, or to be more accurate, the neon lights of an aircraft cabin. This airplane restaurant -which has not been named yet- is the brainchild of pilot Mustafa Azim Aolad and...

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Bombay Balti, Lancaster review
Jun19

Bombay Balti, Lancaster review

Hidden inside one of Lancaster’s quaint, stone-clad buildings, from the exterior Bombay Balti can easily be mistaken for a luxury townhouse as opposed to an Indian restaurant. Located a little off the beaten track, Bombay Balti has the potential to be a pleasant and relaxed place to dine. Here’s what we thought when we popped in for a bite to eat… Ambience – 5/10 Upon arrival at the restaurant, customers are greeted with a...

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Jahan, Lymm – restaurant review
May15

Jahan, Lymm – restaurant review

The Jahan Group have three restaurants and a take away in Cheshire and Merseyside.  Their reputation for quality precedes them and a friend and I were keen to experience the best this family-run company had to offer.  We visited the Jahan restaurant in Lymm, a quiet leafy suburb of Cheshire one night last week to see what all the fuss was about: Ambience – 8/10 As expected from a village restaurant the venue is small (approx 40...

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2012 Curry Capital of Britain
Apr10

2012 Curry Capital of Britain

The countdown has already started… You can now vote for the Curry Capital of Britain. 20 cities around Britain will compete to win the title of ‘10th Curry Capital of Britain‘ as part of National Curry Week 2012 on 8-14th October. Competing cities are : London East, London North, London South, London West, London Central, Glasgow, Manchester, Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Bradford, Leicester, Newcastle, Leeds, Cardiff,...

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