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CARDIFF WELCOMES BIG PURPLE POPPADOM EATER!


Purple Poppadom is the latest creation of award-winning Chef Anand George. Since arriving in Cardiff in 2007, with the stated aim of ‘re-defining Indian cuisine’, he has made a mark on the local spice restaurant scene. Chef Anand has now further developed his culinary creations at Purple Poppadom, which opened for business last November, in a style which he has coined as ‘Nouvelle Indian Cuisine’. Based fairly clsoe to Cardiff city centre, ‘PP’ as Anand often calls it, is a concept dear to his heart. For the menu, he has initiated some innovative combination starters, providing two or more main taste experiences on one plate for variety; such as chicken in three styles, similarly cheese or lamb. Main courses dishes include ‘deconstructed’ presentations such as Chicken Nawabi, while Anand’s signature dish remains the Tiffin Cup winning pan-seared sea bass. New to Purple Poppadom’s repertoire is the emergence of savoury as well as sweet homemade sorbets, which often intersperse the courses. The restaurant, which is located in the Canton area of Cardiff, features colourful decor creating a ‘sophisticated and modern dining environment’ . The kitchen team is well supported by front of house service, under the direction of Raman Bijalwan. Purple Poppadom has been declared the Welsh Curry House of the Year 2012 by The Festivals Company. The announce- ment was made by Rt Hon Carwyn Jones AM, First Minister of Wales at a glittering Awards Gala Dinner at The Red Dragon Centre, Cardiff Bay.


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