Indian Food

This Indian Restaurant Has a Whole Kitchen Just for Naan

At Baluchi in London, chef Arup Kumar Dasgupta has dedicated an entire kitchen and wine-pairing menu to rotis, parathas, kulchas, and other tandoor-baked Indian breads.
Johanna Derry

You'll Need Nine Hours and a Ghotni to Make This Curry

It takes hours to pulverise the meat required for haleem—the Indian Arab curry—using a traditional wooden utensil. Chef Muhammad at London’s Lahore Kebab House has been cooking the dish since 1987.
Tom Jones

Tandoori Meets Rotisserie Chicken in Montreal's Toughest Neighbourhood

Montreal chef Omar Zabuair left the city's culinary scene behind to serve rotisserie chicken in one of the city's toughest boroughs.
Nick Rose
Indian Food

A Single Takeaway Curry Has Enough Calories for Two People

New research from Ulster University has found that your lazy Friday night fave of chicken korma and pilau rice contains enough calories for two adults and over the recommended daily amount of fat.
Phoebe Hurst

Why Notting Hill Carnival Reminds Me of Accidental Pineapple Crumble

Notting Hill Carnival is coming up this weekend and all I can think about is my friend’s accidental pineapple crumble. He ran out of apples so made a crumble out of pineapple and it was delicious. It seems appropriately tropical, too.
Katy B
Hong Kong

A Culinary Tour of Chungking Mansions

Walking into the main entrance of Hong Kong's Chungking Mansions is like walking into crossfire. But inside these buildings, secret restaurants serve up fried chicken, <em>fufu</em>, <em>naan</em>, and more.

A Delhi Restaurant Ruined Kebabs for Me Forever

India is a largely vegetarian country. But if you look hard enough in major cities like Delhi, you'll find meat palaces like Karim's—an indulgent, mutton heavy restaurant preserving Maghlai cuisine and serving diners by throwing their plates to them...
Josh Barrie

The Kitchen Divides Pakistan's Rich and Poor

When visiting my extended family in Pakistan, I am hyper-aware of the differences between the rich and the poor. Even at home, the classes are separated as young, impoverished men cook meals in sweltering heat for their employers.
Javaria Akbar