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Fancy a Sunday curry in East London?

One of the main reasons why I love London so much is because it’s so multicultural. Every day you meet people who have come to live in this city from all corners of the world. It’s quite rare to meet a “true” Londoner, born and bred here.

Another reason why I love London is because of its many amazing “ethnic” restaurants and food. So why not combine the two and spend a Sunday afternoon sampling Bangladeshi, Indian & Pakistani curries at the Brick Lane Curry Festival in wonderful East London? I’ll be there that’s for sure.

Favoritrestaurant – Masala Zone

Foto: Mette Bassett

En af vores yndlingsrestauranter, når smagsløgene og kulden råber på indisk smagsbombardement er Masala Zone. Jeg er ikke specielt glad for kæde-restauranter (og dem er der virkelig mange af her i London) men den her er en af de bedre. Personalet er venligt og imødekommende, og det er altid nemt at få bord i de farvestrålende lokaler. De udvider hele tiden,  og har nu restauranter i blandt andet Soho, Fulham og Bayswater.

Masala Zone specialiserer sig i opdaterede, smagfulde og ikke

Foto: Mette Bassett

alt for olierede indiske retter. Vores favorit er thali, som er en slags indisk tapas-tallerken. Den koster omkring 10 pund. Men hold øje med deres hjemmeside, eller tilmeld dig mailinglisten, da de ofte sender “2-for-1” tilbud ud.

In English: One of our favourite Indian restaurants is Masala Zone. It’s part of a chain (which I don’t usually like) and has branches in Soho, Fulham and Bayswater plus a few other places.

They specialise in contemporary and not too greasy and oily Indian dishes. Our favourite is the “thali” a sort of Indian tapas plate. It costs around 10 pounds. And look out for their “2-for-1” offers! You can find them on their website or by joining the mailing list.