Exotic taste of Indian delicacies, brings to mind the British eating curry for breakfast, lunch and dinner in India. The British’s enthusiasm for all things Indian spread to the expanding middle classes over the 19th Century.
Many of the curries found on Indian restaurant menus, not just in Britain, but also around the world, are actually British inventions. The Balti, a rich tangy curry was supposedly invented in Birmingham; the Jalfrezi, a dry medium spicy dish, is reportedly from Bradford. Also, the Chicken Tikka Masala, Butter Chicken, a very creamy marinated chicken dishes, Indian Railway Mutton Curry, Goan Fish Curry few dishes are all-time favourites for everyone.