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We are pleased that you chose to browse through our pages and hope that they are of interest to you.
This site is dedicated to curry lovers everywhere.
Although "Curry" has been around in Britain since the days of old, it was for many years just a spicy alternative to bland British fare.
The word "Curry" is used as a generic term for any sauced dish of hot or spiced meats, fish or vegetables, and is generally agreed to be an interpretation of the Tamil word for sauce, "Kari". The almost limitless combinations of spices blended to enhance any main ingredient gave the British an idea they came up with "Currypowder" a reproduction of Indian spicing to take home as their palates had become accustomed to spiced food they would have a reminder of India every time they tried to concoct their version of Curry, "which bore little resemblance to anything produced in India homes".
Our introduction will tell you a few facts about dining out at an Indian restaurant.
Have you ever wondered what it is that makes a curry taste so delicious, Could it be the ingredients, or the way they are prepared.
Well its actually both as the ingredients wouldn't give much flavour if it wasn't for the Chefs great knowledge of the spice world, for instance what spice in which curry takes a lot of know-how and its this know-how and combination of spices that turns everyday meat and vegetables into a spectacular tasty curry. Take a look around to learn more about Indian Cuisine and the spices used to create them.
Browse through our directory of Restaurant and Takeaway establishments where you will see some of the Restaurants and Takeaways own pages, their interiors and cuisine.
Visit our recipe page and cook up a feast in your own kitchen.


     


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