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First, a very big Thank You to everyone who participated in the content. We ran the contest for 1 month and in that time we managed to add 200 fans. The winners were picked by our VIP guest (my son) this morning. You can see the pictures below. We had a lot of fun picking the winners this morning.
The lucky winners are
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Would you eat at a restaurant offering "1 Bowel of Sambar" or an "Anguish Burger"? The British left us the English language and its been murdered by many but probably the restaurant industry has really killed it over and over again. I am not sure why this happens but its very common to find typos in the menus of Indian restaurants all over the world and some of its makes for very funny reading. In this article we present some funny ones that we have come across like
Whats the funniest you have come across? Please share it with us or leave it in the comments section.
We launched our Facebook Fan page a few months ago and today we hit the 500 fans milestone. To celebrate this milestone, we are giving away 5 mousepads to 5 lucky fans. All you have to do is listed below.
The contest has been closed as of April 15th 2010. Winners will be announced shortly
Rules of the Contest:
1. The contest is open to everyone no matter where you live.
2. The contest will be open till the 15th of April, 2010.
3. We will announce the winners after the 15th of April, 2010. If the winner does not want the prize, we will pick another winner. The winners are responsible for any customs duty applicable in their country. We will send the prize by regular post.
Whats the largest Indian restaurant you have been to? 100 seats, 200 seats...maybe 300. Well, the largest Indian restaurant seats over 800. Aakash Restaurant in Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire seats about 860 guets at a time and is housed in a 19th century chapel. Apparently, the chapel was rundown and in derelict state until one of the original restaurant owners decide to take it over and renovate in 2001.
Today the restaurant offers a 5 course Indian buffet prepared by 5 Star Chefs. They have over 30 dishes in the buffet. The buffet costs 9.95 on Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday and 13.95 on Thu, Fri and Saturday. They have a good Ala-carte menu with items like Coconut Mint grilled Pomfret, Fish Tikka, Lamb chops, a host of Biryani's and a good selection of vegetarian dishes as well.