This October sees the return of National Curry Week and, with Brighton shortlisted for the title Curry Capital of Britain 2013, this year’s event looks set to be spicier than ever.
With the exception of London, Brighton & Hove is the only city to be nominated in the South of England and will be represented by four fantastic local restaurants: Indian Summer, Chilli Pickle, Moonstone and Chuala’s. Voting may now have closed but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to taste the very best of Brighton.
Founded in 2001 by Minesh Agnihotri and Byron Swales, Indian Summer has been busy collecting customers and no shortage of awards and accolades. Two-time winner of the OpenTable Best Restaurant (2009 and 2011), in 2011 Indian Summer won an AA Rosette Award and this year’s Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence. Their philosophy is simple: well-sourced, seasonal dishes that are authentic with a modern twist.
For the full review visit http://whmuk.com/curry-capital-of-britain/
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