We spend more than £250 million on it every year in the UK and, London alone has more restaurants dedicated to it than Bombay and Delhi combined…yes we are talking curry. So to mark National Curry Week 2016 which runs from the 10th to 16th October, we have teamed up with Kingfisher, to give you our top 5 places to explore during the week. You wouldn’t want to tikka chance on anywhere else as we know the food, and Kingfisher beer definitely rice to the occasion.
But lets dive into some history, and indeed some curry related facts before finishing with some terrible Curry related puns no doubt for extra paneershment. Way back when the word ‘curry’ was referred to as food, it meant a way to prepare leather or the parts of an animal slain in a hunt that were given to the hounds…what a treat. Imagine a 5ft 8in high tower created with 1,280 poppadums, that was the world record made during Curry Week in 2012. A 13 tonne Biryani is the biggest ever recorded in New Delhi in 2008 AND how about a 10ft long Naan bread…that took 5 hours to cook.
Brewed for over 150 years, Kingfisher’s balance of light bitterness and subtle citrus flavours, is the perfect partner to Indian food, and will cut through even the richest of curries. To help celebrate National Curry Week they are offering dinner for FOUR people including FIVE KF beers each at Cinnamon Kitchen…if you want to make this yours, drop us an email with KINGFISHER in the title and we’ll choose the lucky winner, it really is that easy. So here we go, naan-stop to Curry Week…you know what is cumin is going to be good…
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