THE team which won Bradford the title of Britain’s Curry Capital for a record sixth year were today invited to City Hall for a civic reception in their honour.
FROM the opening of the Sunbridgewells tunnels complex in Bradford to the vote to leave the EU, 2016 has been an eventful year in the district.
A NEW Indian restaurant is to open in The Broadway shopping centre in the spring creating 90 jobs after a £1.4 million fit-out.
Last week, Bradford re-claimed its Curry Capital of Britain title, and was described by organisers as a city that “seems to eat, breathe and even export curry.”
THE Bradford district is gearing up to defend its title as Curry Capital of Britain, hoping to clinch the title for a record sixth time running.
BRADFORD'S repeated triumph as the Curry Capital of Britain has led competition organisers to use it as a blueprint to help other cities find the recipe for success.
Bradford is back where it belongs as the Curry Capital of Britain.
Bradford’s curry chefs are sharpening their knives and stocking up their spice racks in a bid to win the title of Curry Capital of Britain.
BRADFORD is rejoicing in being named Curry Capital of Britain for an unprecedented sixth year in a row.