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Here you will be able to keep up to date with all the latest news from Royal Nawaab, from interesting recipes and the history of our food to events and updates on what’s coming up at Nawaab.

Britain’s Love Affair With Curry

You can’t deny that Britain loves their curry. The Indian food industry in the UK has grown into a reported £7 billion industry that includes 15,000 Indian restaurants; including one of the biggest Indian restaurants in the world. But the strangest thing about Britain’s love interest with Indian food – most of it isn’t Indian. …
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We’re Nominated At The Asian Restaurant Awards!

To celebrate the achievements of Asian restaurants across the UK, The Asian Catering Federation has created an 80-venue shortlist for this years inaugural Asian Restaurant Awards. The awards, open to Bangladeshi, Burmese, Chinese, Filipino, Indian, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Malaysian, Middle Eastern, Singaporean, Sri Lankan, Thai, Turkish and Vietnamese Restaurants and Takeaways across the UK, takes …
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Pakistani Drinks That Will Make Your Mouth Water

We talk a lot about the food of Pakistan and it’s easy to get caught up in the sheer amount of cuisine on offer from this corner of Asia. But one thing we tend to overlook is the amount of amazing drinks the country has to offer too. Pakistan and Indian summers are famous for …
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How To Eat Smart at a Buffet

We all love a buffet. Seemingly endless options of all our favourite foods in one sitting scintillates our senses and sends our stomachs wild with desire. But we all know that all-you-can-eat buffets are bad for our health. After all, all that food in one sitting isn’t doing us any good, especially our waistlines. We …
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Pakistan Health Secrets

An average Pakistani diet consists of meat curries, rice, and dashes of colourful spices and nutritional herbs which contribute to a healthy population. In the UK, people are always on the look out for a new national diet from countries that boast an average life span of 140 years, where people work with boundless energy …
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