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British Curry Day

‘Back The Bhaji’ - to celebrate the end of lockdown, support the curry industry, commemorate curry pioneers

Spice Business, the country’s only independent magazine for the Asian restaurant sector, has announced the inaugural British Curry Day on Thursday 3rd December.

British Curry Day will provide a focus to celebrate the easing of the Covid-19 lockdown in England, encouraging spice lovers to eat out, order a takeaway, or host a dinner party with friends and family, in accordance with relaxed government regulations.

It is also intended to commemorate the early ‘curry pioneers’, who came to Britain in the 1960s and ‘70s and created the unique fusion that is the great British Curry.

British Curry Day will provide a focus to celebrate the easing of the Covid-19 lockdown in England, encouraging spice lovers to eat out, order a takeaway, or host a dinner party with friends and family, in accordance with relaxed government regulations.

It is also intended to commemorate the early ‘curry pioneers’, who came to Britain in the 1960s and ‘70s and created the unique fusion that is the great British Curry.

Alternatively, curry lovers are encouraged to stay home and meet friends and family they have not been able to see during for weeks and months, to celebrate the end of lockdown, with a socially responsible meal.

The day, which is set to become an annual fixture in the culinary calendar, is expected to raise many thousands of pounds for good causes - locally, nationally and abroad.
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Nationwide Surrey KT17 3LB
Thu 3 Dec 2020
Contact telephone: 01737 210022 Call to check latest times or cancellations.
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