Eat your way around India for curry house's first anniversary
CURRY fans can eat their way around India as a Gloucester restaurant celebrates its first anniversary.
Aroma, in Southgate Street, has been tantalising taste buds in the city for the past 12 months.
To celebrate it is offering foodies a sample menu this week for people to grab a taste of the different foods produced all around the country.
For example, they can taste a vindaloo from Goa, a rogan josh from Kashmir, a masala from Punjab and other dishes from Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and beyond.
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Restaurant manager Cholan Dharumalingam said: “We have had a really good first year and now we are showcasing our food on a taster menu all this week.
“It is a good opportunity for people to try dishes they may not have tried before.”
Sportbeat Festival organiser Jody Gooding hailed the Aroma for serving up the “best curry in town”.
He said: “The manager Cholan always greets everyone with a smile and is always so accommodating.
“It is great for a meal for two or for an occasion like my birthday dinner – with short notice he put on a great spread for us all to share.
“I highly recommend it! It is my favourite Indian in the county by far.”
Back in July city MP Richard Graham presented the restaurant with a highly commended certificate from the 2013 Tiffin Cup.
The annual event, organised by a cross-party group of members of Parliament, aims to find the best South Asian restaurant in the UK, with each MP invited to nominate a restaurant from their constituency.