Voting has now closed for 2013′s Curry Capital! The winning city of Bradford was announced on October 15th, so many congratulations to Bradford! image via flickr: arvindgrover
A Guide to the Competition
The winner of the Curry Capital of Britain 2013 was today announced as Bradford, making them the nation’s Curry Capital for a record third year in a row. Like last year, Bradford’s long time Curry Capital rival Glasgow took second place with Wolverhampton coming third. – Read more at: http://hungryhouse.co.uk/blog/bradford-wins-curry-capital-britain-2013/
Curry-mad Leicester is no stranger to the Curry Capital competition having won the accolade back in 2007. We asked Leciester’s City Mayor Peter Soulsby a few questions about their 2013 Curry Capital bid. Read the interview here.
In other curry related news, one of Wales’ favourite Indian takeaway restaurants, Spice 2 Go in Swansea, has just welcomed British Curry Award-winning chef Dipna Anand to spice up the menu. Dipna will be adding some exciting new dishes to the menu, based on her own signature recipes. The first delicious sounding addition will be a dish which has […]
Glasgow has won the Curry Capital more times than any other city but has been pipped to the post by Bradford for the last two years. We spoke to Glasgow’s Lord Provost Councillor Sadie Docherty to find out what’s in store for their 2013 bid. Head to Glasgow’s city page to read the interview in […]
Bradford has won the Curry Capital competition for the past two years and is also set to be a strong contender for the 2013 title. We spoke with the Lord Mayor of Bradford, Councillor Khadim Hussain, to find out why Bradford is such an epicentre for curry and what the city has in store for its […]
We spoke with WV One, the city-centre partnership that is co-coordinating Wolverhampton’s 2013 bid, to find out more about the city’s boundless passion for curry as well as what their bid this year will entail. Head over to the Wolverhampton page to read the interview in full.
The Curry Capital of Britain 2013 will see more cities than ever competing for the title with two new cities, Brighton and Oxford, joining the competition for the first time. The cities invited to compete for 2013 by the organisers are :London East, London North, London South, London West, London Central, Birmingham, Leicester, Cardiff, Bradford, […]