"It is a reason why the Curry Mile is currently being transformed by the presence of Iranian, Kurdish, Lebanese and other Middle Eastern influences," explains Dr Karla.
incidentally, what few food critics there are in this area generally tend to damn quite large areas of Rusholme's Wilmslow Road corridor, though it is the most popular place for subcontinental eats in the conurbation i'd think.
some great latinamerican takeaways at the elephant end of the walworth road. they do these crispy chicken and potato parcels for a quid..
This is very true, people can get quite sniffy about eating curry in the curry mile, like it's just soooooo obvious. Of course, for the best in Manchester you need to bob down Burton Road to the Gurkha Grill (at least in my day).
Yeah, my old booze dealers in Bow were Kurds, who took over the shop from Turks. I found out that they were Barzani clan boys, one night when really drunk, and buying more booze. Barking: "Talabani or Barzani???"
i gave everyone at work stilton once and they looked at me like i was trying to poison them. i guess its an aquired taste.