The Regency Club London
Aug13

The Regency Club London

I’ve never had the good fortune to visit the Regency Club in London but guest blogger and Curry Culture friend Simon Tompkins has and here’s his review of the restaurant. The Regency Club – London He’s given it a 9/10 so we’re scoring it 5 stars. Also credit to the restaurant for having a better website than most even if the video is a bit...

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British Curry Awards 2013: The Winners
Nov27

British Curry Awards 2013: The Winners

As we announced last week, the “Curry Oscars” – as Prime Minister David Cameron refers to them – were celebrated last Monday 25th of November with a fabulous ceremony hosted by TV presenter Chris Tarrant and attended by chefs such as James Martin, top celebrities and politicians alike. This year’s finalists were whittled down from 263,000 public nominations, and in total, over 2,900 restaurants received at least one public...

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A Curry Degree
Oct19

A Curry Degree

The University of West London has recently announced that it will offer scholarships to students who want to become curry chefs.  For the first time ever, the University has provided an incentive for Culinary Arts students who are gearing themselves specifically towards curry in an attempt to plug the gap in the industry caused by tougher immigration rules. Important The course will also give students industrial placements in high-end...

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Bradford at the top of the list for Curry Capital 2012?
Jun20

Bradford at the top of the list for Curry Capital 2012?

Being born as a British Asian, I have enjoyed a curry almost every night with my family, from as far back as I can remember, which is probably why I only enjoy eating spicy food.  But when I think about going out for a curry the first place that springs to my mind is Bradford and as argued by most of my friends from the town – it is and should remain as the Curry Capital for this year. Bradford has been the reigning champion as the...

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Nina Wadia and Cyrus Todiwala cook up a storm at the Curry for Change campaign!
Jun14

Nina Wadia and Cyrus Todiwala cook up a storm at the Curry for Change campaign!

We previously posted about Find Your Feet an organisation which works in most of the rural parts of India, Nepal, Malawi and Zimbabwe to support poor families. The UK based charity has recently launched its exciting new campaign, Curry for Change, which will run throughout the month of June. The campaign aims to raise vital funds to change lives through the celebration of Indian cuisine. There are two elements to the campaign − eating...

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