British Asian

    • 2.18.19

      London’s Desi Pubs Are a Proud British-Indian Tradition

      A fixture of the communities where migrants have settled, South Asian-owned pubs offer tandoori grills and homemade roti alongside draught ale and darts.

    • 1.31.18

      The Fight to Save One of London's Most Historic Curry Houses

      Founded in 1946 by the India League, an organisation that campaigned for British India’s independence, The India Club is part-restaurant, part-time capsule. Now redevelopment plans threaten to turn the building into a luxury hotel.

    • 2.7.17

      How Korean Seaweed Got Turned into a Health Food

      For decades, Korean laver (seaweed) was barely eaten outside of the Korean community. Today, itsu, Waitrose, and countless organic retailers sell Westernised versions of the stuff, promoting it as a low-calorie snack.