National Curry Week is a celebration of one of our great nation’s favourite dishes.
Some 23 million people, just under half of the population, eat curry in the United Kingdom every year and those behind the Curry Week forecast that the average Brit will spend nearly £34,000 on traditional subcontinental cooking in their lifetime.
From proper Indian restaurant fare to the now traditional pub curry, we are just mad for curry here in Blighty.
Celebrating well over 200 years of curry in the United Kingdom, the organisers of National Curry Week help give one of our national dishes the attention it thoroughly deserves.
So not only does National Curry Week help raise awareness of the various dishes and tastes that we can experience in the humble curry, it also helps raise money for the Curry Tree Charitable fund amongst other national and international charities.
2017 is set to be a landmark year for the event as National Curry Week celebrates turning 20! So from the 9th to the 15th October you need to get out and enjoy the finest dishes known to man!
20 years of National Curry Week have helped raise money for a wide number of charities, with supermarkets teaming up with the event organisers to become the official sponsors of the entire week.
Started in 1997 to promote the cuisine, during this week curry lovers can get out and visit their local curry houses, with many staging special events and challenges for diners to take on and get involved with.
Of course, we absolutely love curry, and for us, there is just nothing better than going to our local curry house. But as catering equipment suppliers we also understand that to make good curry you do need great quality utensils!
If you are mad about making curry then you’ll likely benefit from our range of exquisite cooking utensils and serving options to give your food the showstopping ‘wow factor’ that it deserves.
And with over a third of the country eating curry regularly, there is a great deal of scope to tighten your menu and really enhance your spicy and not-so-spicy options.
Be sure to join in the festivities as the aim is to make the 20th iteration second-to-naan!
For more information please visit: www.nationalcurryweek.co.uk