10 of the best Indian and Pakistani restaurants in London

Yesterday was Pakistani Independence Day and today is Indian Independence Day. What better excuse to dwell on one of India’s finest exports, its amazing cuisine?   By Rebecca Hobson   1. Taste of India, 340 High Street North, East Ham (vegetarian) Okay, I know East Ham might be a slog for many of you, but it’s also home to a vibrant Indian community including, once upon a time, LondonlovesBusiness.com reporter Shruti Tripathi, who swears by this place. According to Shruti (a Delhiite), Taste of India serves up North and South…

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Saratoga Wine & Food Festival 2014

The annual Saratoga Wine & Food Festival is coming up September 5-7 at SPAC. The headlining “personalities,” and a new event, this year: + NYC chef/restauranteur Marc Murphy, who’s also one of the judges on the popular Food Network show Chopped. + Wine expert/educator Kevin Zraly is returning. + New event: BBQ, Brews & Blues: “Hosted by Food Network ‘Chopped’ star Marc Murphy, this BBQ bash will serve as the kick-off event with six (6) of the Capital Region’s finest restaurants competing against six (6) Manhattan Grill masters.” The list…

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The ancient kings of India would feel at home at Bindia

by Emily McLean In ancient India, under direct orders from the king, his subjects were instructed to eat Indian food to increase their libido. This ancient prescription still holds true today but there’s also a few other reasons why dining on Indian food – particularly from Bindia – is good for your health and your taste buds. Upon entering most Indian restaurants, your attention is drawn towards Bollywood music videos or the aroma of stodgy butter chicken. But upon entering Bindia we found ourselves in a modern, sophisticated Indian restaurant…

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A feather in Copenhagen city’s cap – blow the horn for all to hear

by Amanda Knoll It probably hasn’’t escaped your notice that it’s November in Copenhagen, and the long dark nights of winter have officially arrived. However, the pre-Christmas season is especially suited to enjoying the finer things in life, such as food, drink and cozy company. If you a’re in the mood to indulge in some warming fare and togetherness, a visit to Cap Horn should be high on your seasonal ‘‘to-do’’ list. Located at Nyhavn 21 in the middle of Copenhagen’’s landmark harbour area, Cap Horn is ideally placed as…

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