Old British favourites vs South Asian Favourites! Tuesday 16 May 2017 PDF Print baby octopus with tentacles and crunchy crab which have certainly stood out with customers! For more than a decade the Chicken Tikka Masala, a dish that was born in Britain for the British curry loving taste buds has held the flag high for the curry industry for some years! The Duchess of Delhi a fine dining Asian Restaurant which opened in the capital city of Wales, Cardiff, in the magnificent area of Cardiff Bay in November 2013, has very much opened the taste buds to challenge it’s diners to a selection of British curry favourites such as the Murghi Jalfrazi, Chicken Korma, Lamb Balti alongside South Asian favourites from across the world to include Chicken Chetinadu a Keralan dish, Singapore fish curry, Mee Goreng, Thai Green Curry, a Nepalese Gorka lamb plus many more! The restaurant has also hit out by not having the traditional tandoori chicken on the menu but having a wider selection of seafood starters such as baby octopus with tentacles and crunchy crab which have certainly stood out with customers! Relishing the varied choices has truly got their customers thinking that South Asian cuisine is far more than the British born favourites, even though the sheek kebab and chicken tikka is still on offer! With UEFA Champions League due to come to Cardiff in just over two weeks, the Duchess of Delhi is located steps away from the fan zone in Cardiff Bay challenges diners to experience a change, to be brave and order a new dish outside of the British old favourites and try a South Asian traditional dish to see what their taste buds say! The restaurant will be open from noon every day during the Champions league final festival week in Cardiff Bay! The Chicken Tikka Masala now has many great contenders to challenge diners, with so many Brits travelling abroad to South Asian destinations trying locally sourced produce, styles and flavours, it’s time for British diners to name a traditional dish that are enjoyed by so many in South Asian countries to take the crown from the British born favourites! To view Duchess of Delhi menu go to [www.duchessofdelhi.com] or call 029 21153574 for more information. Editors Notes: Interviews, and further information contact: Shafila Alim 02920496725 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Location: 6 Bute Crescent, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff CF10 5AN To reserve a table at the Duchess of Delhi, email email@example.com or https://duchessofdelhi.com/reservation/ Duchess of Delhi can be found Amidst Cardiff Bay’s picturesque waters and popular tourist spots sits a beautiful grade 2 listed building overlooking the Roald Dahl Plas and the Millennium Centre. Formally occupied by a Sea Captain and eventually the Glamorgan Coal Company in 1893, this building has witnessed the area grow from a coal exportation site to an area known as ‘Tiger Bay’. It now tells a very different story, marking the Asian food industry as commonplace in Britain. The restaurant seats up to 100 people, including a private function room, each floor has its own fully equipped bar! Tripadvisor link https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g186460-d595... This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Duchess of Delhi in the following categories: Men's Interest, Entertainment & Arts, Leisure & Hobbies, Women's Interest & Beauty, Sport, Food & Drink, Travel, Education & Human Resources, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.