Meat Features

Deliveroo reveals Britain’s spiciest towns

To mark National Curry Week, which kicks off today, Deliveroo has revealed which cities across the UK like their vindaloos knock-your-socks-off hot, and which prefer their creamy Kormas.

Cardiff stole the top spot as supreme spice city in Britain with renowned curry capitals Birmingham and Glasgow falling into third and sixth place. 

Top curry dishes ordered in the Welsh capital captures their fiery food habits - featuring vindaloos, phalls and jalfrezis - choices for the braver tongues and tummies.

The crown for the UK's mildest city goes to Coventry with the most ordered Indian dish on the app being a side of mint sauce. Other top dishes range on the creamier side of the spice spectrum with butter chicken and korma as city favourites.


Blakemans wins at Family Business Awards

James T. Blakeman and Co has been highly commended in the Manufacturing Excellence category of the Midlands Family Business Awards for 2018

Shops net 12 accolades at FreeFrom Eating Out Awards

Ten gold awards, one silver and one bronze were won by fish and chip shops at the FreeFrom Eating Out Awards earlier this week

Coming clean

Birmingham fish and chip shop Seavers is staying ahead of the game when it comes to healthy eating by pushing for clean ingredients in all its food, from the batter and mushy peas to kebabs and breading for southern fried chicken

Breakfast boom

Fish and chip shops wanting to capitalise on the growing breakfast market could learn from Brunch in Whiston, Liverpool. Owner Sharon Carline explains how she runs the business on tight margins while still operating sustainably and taking advantage of growing trends such as delivery
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