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the blame for the changes in perception that have taken place since then because today British curry dishes such as Tikka Masala have an identity all of their own and are known and admired throughout the world.” He said he thought it would be good idea to go back to the industry’s roots by including on the menu the dish that started it all for many of us – curry and chips. He declared that it was ‘a tribute to our masterful forefathers who invented the British curry and whom we salute.’ Hosted by TV personality,


Chris Tarrant, this year’s ceremony once again welcomed a who’s who guest list of leading restaurateurs, celebrities, politicians, dignitary and business leaders and infl uencers. Among them were celebrity chefs, James Martin, Ed Bains, Anjum Anand and John Gregory-Smith; radio broadcaster James Whale; ITV newsreader Charlene White; TV personalities Ulrika Jonsson, Melinda Messenger and Lizzie Cundy; Mohamed Mijarul Quayes, Bangladesh


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