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Cotswolds hotel gets a taste for curry


The peaceful Cotswold market town of Chipping Campden has put itself fi rmly on Britain’s curry map. The historic Noel Arms Hotel, which dates back to 1657, has scooped the Best Curry accolade in the Great British Pub Awards 2010, thanks to 39 year old Sri Lankan-born head chef Indunil Upatissa.


Curry may not be the fi rst dish that comes to mind for the menu of an historic Cotswold Stone hotel – where the food is generally the more traditional English fare of steak, lamb chops, and pork sausages - but Indunil is currying favour with the locals by introducing them to the delights of Asian cuisine.


His regular curry nights, held on the last Thursday of each month, cost £10 a head and include a main course and a glass of wine or beer.


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