Indo-Chinese eatery marks UK-India Year of Culture
One of London’s first-of-its-kind Indo-Chinese restaurants is marking the UK-India Year of Culture with its own first-year anniversary celebration. Hakkaland was set up by Indian-Chinese chef Steven Lee to bring the distinct flavour of Chinese food from his birthplace of Kolkata alive in the UK. “This fusion cuisine represents Indian food at its best and symbolises the UK India Year of Culture with its successful one year in business,” said Lee. “This country is full of multi-cultural diversity and we want to offer something different. We want them to feel at home away from home,” he said. Lee, who trained under…
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