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Halal Dining in the heart of Soho

India is a fusion of different cultures, regions and traditions, so does its cuisine. Each state has its own unique climate and culture, which significantly influences their local cuisine. Basically the Indian cuisine is broadly categorized into South Indian Cuisine and North Indian Cuisine. Flavor and Taste varies eminently between these two cuisines. The Indian cuisine has gained wide attention even from the westerners due to the magical power of traditional herbs and spices in their dishes.

Today the Indian culinary has been modified due to climate, migration and modern tastes. But Delhi Brasserie has been known for serving high quality authentic Indian cuisine in the heart of Soho, London. Situated on the Frith Street Brasserie is perfectly located stone away from London’s popular tourist destinations such as Piccadilly Circus and Oxford Circus.

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The restaurant is also at a short distance from the city’s most prominent theatre like Her Majesty’s Theater and Waterstones, so thus they are just perfect for your weekend getaways. Some examples of the Indian dishes served there are Pakoras, Tandoori Chicken, Butter Chicken and Chicken Biryani.

What is Halal Meat:

Since 2011 the Muslim population has been growing drastically in London and so in other countries. For many years the word Halal is misunderstood by many people around the world. The word Halal means permissible and the antonym is haram, which means forbidden. According to the Islamic Shari’ah Muslims are allowed to consume only halal meat. In order to make meat halal, animals should be slaughtered in a ritual way called as Zibah. Today halal meat is becoming increasing popular in all countries including the non-Islamic ones.

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Get your family together and visit Delhi Brasserie when London lights up at the turn of the year. Make sure to check the availability and book your seats in advance to make the most of New Year’s Eve celebrations there. So, why don’t you give Indian cuisine a try this New Year?

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