‘They need to evolve’: why Britain’s curry houses are in decline
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Indian street food places such as Dishoom may be thriving but thousands of traditional restaurants have closed. Has the classic curry fallen out of favour?
Britain’s love affair with curry goes back centuries, long before the boom in the late 1970s saw restaurants popping up in every town and city. Well into the 90s and 00s, going for a curry, mopped up with naan bread and washed down with your drink of choice, was a Friday night staple.
But in recent years the traditional British curry house has been in decline, and the famous Balti Triangle in Birmingham, once home to dozens of Balti restaurants, has only four remaining .Continue reading...