Scene Indian Street Kitchen Manchester
Aug17

Scene Indian Street Kitchen Manchester

Another new restaurant joining the “street food” craze, Scene offers a full menu in the evenings and Thalis at lunchtime (and they aren’t on the full menu which is a shame). I visited and tried the evening menu and it was excellent, here’s my 60 second review of Scene Ambience 8/10: This is a modern new restaurant in Spinningfields with plenty of different styles of seating inside and out. It’s also very...

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The Dish of Choice for Community Cooking
Jul23

The Dish of Choice for Community Cooking

We know that one of the things that’s so great about curry is its ability to bring communities together. Whether it’s in your favourite Indian restaurant with friends or a home cooked meal with the family; curry is a fantastic treat that gets us around the table enjoying ourselves. But what is it about curry that’s so appealing to so many people? Well obviously it’s delicious. But curry is also extremely cheap to make, with its...

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Shahenshah (Curry Mile), restaurant review
Jul19

Shahenshah (Curry Mile), restaurant review

Two of us from the Curry Culture team decided to go to the Curry Mile and see where we ended up. As soon as we stepped off the bus we were spotted by what can only be described as a ‘curry salesman’. He promised the best food on the Curry Mile, free poppadoms and a twenty percent discount off our bill. Having not made a choice about where to go, we decided to follow him into ‘Shahenshah Tandoori’……...

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Ning Manchester – restaurant review
Jun21

Ning Manchester – restaurant review

Malaysian food is an exciting and relatively new addition to the UK’s culinary scene and one of the leading ambassadors for Malaysian Cuisine is Norman Musa of Ning. Ning’s original venue is based in Manchester’s Northern Quarter and they have recently opened a second restaurant in York. They also offer cookery masterclasses, cook books, culinary tours and a host of other products and services. Rather than enduring...

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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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