Curry Capital of Britain 2001


The Curry Tree Charitable Fund


Mayor Livingstone and the team from London West receive their trophies at Romney House

The event was first held in 2000/2001 with the final as part of the Ethnic Food & Drink Show at NEC Birmingham in June. On that day London West was chosen as The Curry Capital of Britain 2001 by a panel of expert judges and Veena Verma became the first Taj Spicemaster in an exciting cook-off.

The winning team was : La Porte des Indes, W1 : Monty's Ealing : Chor Bizarre W1 : Malabar Junction


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