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History says it all that Britain has always been fascinated by the Indian culture and still it continues to still get attracted by the Indian culture especially. There happens to exist a strong connection between both the countries.
Indian food the fusion of different tastes continues to be like by the people across the boundaries. When it comes to food U.K is one country where you will find some amazing Indian fusion food.
So let us dig a little harder to find the connection between U.k & India when it's about food.
1. There are more than 12,000 curry houses in the UK
Yes, curry is one food which has a history and past and you really cannot imagine the level it is liked by the people there. The fact that you will find more than 12,000 curry houses in the UK is enough to know how much it is preferred by the people there.
2. Britain has over 9,000 Indian restaurants
If you are in U.k you will never miss Indian food because you will find at least 2-3 restaurants in a street. Indian restaurants are so much inspired by the Indian food that a lot of dishes name are taken from Indian cuisines. Not just that you will find a lot of amazing Indian fusion food which make you say wow.
3. Indian food is their speciality
The year 1773 was the first time curry was listed on the menu of British restaurants. Even the popular restaurants like Picadilly in London have Indian food rice and curry as their speciality.
4. Chicken tikka masala has recently been added as a national dish.
Brits have developed that taste of spicy food ever since and it is one of the most popular foods of the U.k.
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Author- Neha Wadhwa
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