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Brick Lane - The 2012 Curry Capital

Brick Lane's Rich Mix arts centre will play host to an exciting new exhibition celebrating some of the leading culinary personalities of the Bengali community in Brick Lane, the 2012 Curry Capital. The exhibition is a celebration of some of the previously unseen faces and untold stories that reveal the personal narratives of the Bengali residents of Spitalfields and Banglatown. The Brick Lane chefs and restaurants featured in the exhibition will present their signature dishes on Thursday 23 February 2012. Participating restaurants will be offering people who pick up a leaflet at the exhibition 15% off their food bill for the duration of the exhibition.More information about the chefs featured in the exhibition can be found on Spitafields Life
 
Jeremy Freedman
 
The portraits of the curry chefs were first published in 2010 and 2011 in East End culture blog  www.spitalfieldslife.com
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