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Bollywood Burner, The World’s Hottest Curry

The Cinnamon Club restaurant in Westminster has launched what is said to be the world’s hottest curry, made of the fiery naga chilli and the Scotch bonnet peppers.

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More Flavours of the Punjab at Mantra

Mantra, the Punjabi-style contemporary restaurant in Hounslow, Middx, has launched another new menu to tie in with seasonal ingredients.

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Gourmet Restaurant Group Acquires the Bombay Bicycle Club and Vama

The Gourmet Restaurant Group, headed by founder Jamal Hirani, has acquired the Indian restaurant and take-away chain the Bombay Bicycle Club.

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It?s Sharing Platters for the Mint Lounge

One of London’s finest Indian restaurants Mint Leaf has launched a new a la carte menu comprising of sharing platters.

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The Return of the London Restaurant Awards

After an absence of three years, one of the restaurant industry’s most prestigious events, the London Restaurant Awards, returns 1 October at Grosvenor House, London.

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Survey gives industry tips on bad practices

A recent survey on tipping, by the British Hospitality Industry (BHA), found that of the 148 respondents, each restaurant adopted a different policy when it came to distributing tips.

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Tiffin Cup 2008 Goes to Wales

The House of Commons annual Tiffin Cup Indian Restaurant Awards produced a winner from Wales following the decision made by a celebrity packed judging panel chaired by TV chef Ainsley Harriot.

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Queen honours the hospitality industry at Buckingham Palace

Summer kicked off in style when the Queen invited 380 members of the hospitality industry to Buckingham Palace to recognise their achievements in the sector.

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Dirt and rudeness big turn off to dinners

Mystery dinners believe staff and cleanliness as being of equal high importance in determining whether customers make a return visit to a restaurant.

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Chefs amongst happiest workers in the UK, maybe.

Chefs and catering staff are among the happiest workers in the UK, according to the fifth annual City and Guilds happiness index.

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