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Grantham restaurant closes its doors


CROCODILE SEES OFF REPORTER


BIRMINGHAM Mail reporter Mike Lockley recently took on what is claimed to be the world’s hottest curry, the Crocodile Inferno, served at the Dilshad restaurant in Cannock. Customers have to sign a disclaimer before tackling the dish, which is made from crocodile meat, and staff who prepare the dish have to wear masks to protect them from chilli fumes. Mike surrendered,


and downed a jug of iced water, after two just forkfuls. He wrote: ”The curry


slipped down like a slug of molten lava before hitting my chest with sledgehammer force.” Crocodile inferno is


said to be twice as hot as the Dilshad Inferno, which the restaurant used to serve. However


owner Tony Uddin decided to go one step further. He said: “We have had a number of customers finish the Dilshad Inferno but this is a totally different animal. I am not sure anyone can finish it.” n


BINDI of Grantham closed down in June down after seven years in business. However owner Muhammed Karim hopes that some of the restaurant’s well- known sauces will live on in other Lincolnshire restaurants. Bindi’s Widower curry


can now be found at Ruskington’s Green Elachi restaurant, Oscar’s in Sleaford is the new home of the Atomic Kickass sauce and Death by Pizza can be enjoyed at Sleaford’s Little Italy. n


18 SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2014 ISSUE 52


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