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Localised British indian food that adapts to british palate tastes better than real indian food?

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Answer #1 | 13/05 2013 00:10
Taste is a variable concept. What is tasty to me may not be tasty to you. The TV personality said so because probably she had been to the UK for the 1st time and she was quite taken aback by the difference reflected in the British pinch to Indian dishes. If you ask people settled abroad, they would definitely say that they like the authentic Indian food cooked by proper Indian chefs and they would also say that Only Indians can cook Good Indian food and specially Moms.... That''s my opinion too! So its just perspective that varies from man to man,
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