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Postby Phillip52 » Wed Oct 10, 2007 5:41 am

London has a history so intriguing and so much has happened in and around London that if you stop and listen to the walls of London you can hear them talk and almost feel the depth of its history. It has either been touched by or touched every culture and civilization the world has ever nurtured. Change has been of essence to London and today it has a population which is a mixture of all possible world population – so extrordinary is the result that London is now a mirror of diversity in language, looks and food.

London’s extrordinary social and cultural diversity is reflected in 60 different cuisines provided in over 12,000 restaurants – more than half the nations total number of restaurants. ‘Food Tourism’ is increasingly a vital element to London’s attractions to visitors. London now has an unparelled choice of restaurants and houses some of the best restaurants in the world. London is now becoming more and more attractive for people from around the world to live in and has become the place to do business from. Food being an intergral part of a man’s life. It is quintesential to have food you are used to when you grow up for optimum performance of the human mind. That problem is taken care of very well in London because all types of food is available in London itself. So a man from whichever part of the world he is from feels at home here.

Many travellers visit just to taste different fares from neighbouring countries. It is a picnic when they come to London. Most often travellers come to taste authentic food from an Indian Restaurant in London. This is so because it is the craze food for the Londoner. Infact Chicken Tikka Masala as per consensus has even taken over from fish and chips as the Local favourite food. No wonder visitors want to taste the Indian curries which has won the heart of the Londoner from an Indian Restaurant in London.

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Postby pauld » Wed Oct 10, 2007 7:57 am

Right, whose going to start the spamming?: info@rasarestaurants.com

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Postby flip » Wed Oct 10, 2007 10:19 am

Wonder if they do free delivery?

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Postby ChorltonBoy » Wed Oct 10, 2007 12:42 pm

कभी नहीं, किसी भी हालत में नहीं

That's HINDI for

No bloody way mate.

heh heh heh.
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Postby fiz67 » Wed Oct 10, 2007 12:48 pm

i'm off to london this weekend shall i go and brick his window :lol: :lol:

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