Curry festival to make debut in Cardiff

August 3, 2017 by  

Residents of Cardiff with a passion for spicy food will be pleased to learn that a brand new food festival is set to hit the city this year centred around world curries.

The Welsh Curry Festival will be the first event of this kind ever to come to Cardiff and is set to tantalise the taste buds of local curry connoisseurs during the autumn. It will allow them to try out curries from all over the world, and will include dishes from South Africa, India and even further afield, as well as witnessing demonstrations of curry creation and cooking.

This festival will provide opportunities to learn more about the history of curry in Wales, and the people who are organising it told Wales Online that they are keen to emphasise the central role that curries have to play in modern, multi-cultural Cardiff.

One of the organisers, Shaz Harris, added that although people traditionally associate curry with India, this festival – which takes place on 14th and 15th October – would reveal its more wide-ranging roots:

“The truth is that curries are so diverse and come from countries across the globe – whether its jerk chicken curry or Thai. We want to celebrate all of these cultures under one roof and bring everybody together.”

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