‘Every day is a good day to eat Curry’
Welcome to the Curry-Heute Homepage. In operation since 2010, this website has become recognised in Scotland, throughout the UK and Europe as a reliable source of information on the Curry scene. Hector, the author of this site, was shortlisted as Curry Lover of The Year 2011 in the Scottish Curry Awards and again in 2012. Read Hector’s Curry Lust to discover the origins of Hector’s love of Curry. Every Curry consumed is a celebration of the World’s greatest culinary creation.
People ask – Hector don’t you think you’re living here in paradise?
Is Glasgow Curry the best served in the UK?
Given some of the Curry currently being served, this may well be true.
Glasgow was voted The Curry Capital of Britain in 2010
Hector is thoroughly appreciative of the quality of Curry served on his doorstep. First it was The Village, then Cafe Salma, Yadgar, The Khyber, The New Karahi Palace and now the Punjabi Charing Cross.
Glasgow holds its own
In 2011 Bradford regained the title and retained it in 2012, Hector thoroughly approves
Hector frequently visits Bradford (Yorkshire, England) for Curry. For seventeen years Hector has championed the Curry of Bradford: The International, Kashmir, Omar’s Balti House, and now the Sheesh Mahal have tantalised me on every visit. With the opening of the Bradford-based Akbar’s in Glasgow, the circle is complete.
The International Perspective
Curry in Germany has been pretty much a joke for the thirty plus years Hector has visited; new venues and new tastes are now appearing there. The Indian Mango in München has a South Indian Curry menu and matches anything served in my favourite Curry houses in the UK. Belgium remains an unfunny joke, whilst Nederland has great promise. Hidden away in Athens, Greece, is one gem of a venue.
To boldy go…
This is a record of all Curry consumed Some are home cooked, the majority are local. Wherever Hector travels he seeks out the local Curry House.
If they cook it, I will come..
All this and recipes too!
Prog! – More than just a Glasgow Curry Blog
From time to time there are reports on Live Music : Progressive Rock being Hector’s Cup of Tea…
Manuel Göttsching Damo Suzuki Comedy of Errors Abel Ganz Pendragon Andy Sears Motörhead Pendragon (at Leamington Spa) Grey Lady Down
All this and Bier too
The same author, the same style, the website Bier-Traveller.com has been launched.
Once there was an Ale called Hector Curry-Heute, or was there…
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