Thursday , 14 December 2017

Britain Curry Festival @ Hotel Hyatt, Chandigarh

Taste of Britain Curry Festival is coming to Chandigarh. Hyatt Chandigarh will be hosting the Britain Curry Festival from March 17–26, 2017. Delegates from the British High Commission, iconic British Curry Chefs, Eminent journalists from Britain, and VIP guests will witness the festival launch.

Michelin Starred Chef Rupert Rowley

Michelin Starred Chef Rupert Rowley has worked globally with many renowned chefs like Gordon Ramsey and Raymond Blanc. The British Curry Festival will have a team of magnificent chefs. The team will be led by  British Michelin Starred Chef Rupert Rowley. The diners will be getting a unique opportunity to taste the dishes as there will be more than 40 dishes during the 10-day festival.

Chef Rupert Rowley will be visiting India for the first time. He is excited to showcase his dishes as Chef Rupert is a big fan of curry and he will be working with the best chefs from The UK. He feels that this trip is a great opportunity for him. His main focus is to offer high-quality British food with fresh ingredients so that diners have a memorable experience.

Dishes At The Festival

The dishes selected for The British Curry Festival are Lamb and Broccoli Balti, Seafood Balti Dupiaza, Royal Coronation Chicken, Lamb Madras, Dal a la Kent, Chana Dal with Spinach, Chicken Tikka MasalaVegetable Madras, Spicy Veg and Cheese Kebab, Oregano Chicken Tikka, Prawn and Mango Balti, Rosemary Lamb Tikka

The Taste of Britain Curry Festival is a global event organized by Curry Life Magazine. The chefs showcase their curry cuisine, the best British Curry Chefs prepare a variety of curry dishes so that people can enjoy the taste of popular British Curry.

The Great Britain Food

The Britain Curry Festival was started in The Great Britain. In The UK, Curry is the national cuisine and is also known as the most popular food. The Curry was originated from Indian Sub-Continent and now outsells most European foods.

Hindustani Coffee House in George Street, Central London was established in 1809 by Mr. Sake Dean Mahomed central London. It has been 200 years and still the Curry Restaurants are there on the British High Street.

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About Tushar Pasrija

Tushar Pasrija is a digital marketer, public speaker and globetrotter who loves reading autobiographies and thrillers. He is passionate about wildlife and landscape photography. You may reach Tushar at hello@chandigarhmetro.com

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