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[Aug 2012] Discount offer in London SE1!   See Deals on the Links page
[May 2012] Bay Leaf has now moved to the site of the former Kapadokya grill restaurant at
2 Crossways Road, Grayshott, Hindhead, Surrey GU26 6HJ.  Phone unchanged: 01428 608030
[Feb 2012] The Siam Thai restaurant in Petersfield, which we visited in September 2011, has already gone out of business.  I'm not unhappy about that - I thought they cheated us. 
[Oct 2009] Bay Leaf, an Indian/Nepalese restaurant and takeaway has opened in the premises formerly used by the Sea Raj. Web site (under construction).  Address and phone:
18-20 Headley Road, Grayshott, Hindhead, Surrey GU26 6LB.  Tel 01428 608030
We'll review it as soon as possible.
[Sept 2009] We've been contacted by the Swansea Curry Club (which seems to be based in London) and have added a link to their web site on our Links page.
[July 2009] The Sea Raj in Grayshott has folded.  It aimed to specialise in Indian Seafood cuisine and occupied the former Cafe Baba.  Initially, they marketed themselves as a take- away and were reluctant to take bookings except for special occasions.  We ate there twice, and enjoyed the food, but it didn't look big enough to survive.  And it hasn't. 
Gurkha Durbar now has its own web site - seemed still under construction at the time of writing, but it gives you a chance to see the menu online.
[Feb 2007] Daily Telegraph
Excellent write up by Belinda Richardson on the Gurkha Durbar in the Telegraph of 10 Feb 2007. Makes you proud that Petersfield Curry Club got there first, doesn't it?
The Times:
(in Perth for the Test match) A curry and a concert. What better entertainment, even Down Under?  The curry, meanwhile, was ordered by ten members of the Barmy Army from their local — the Bombay Nights Indian restaurant in Bath. (12 Dec 2006)
We're mentioned in this excellent "gastronomic blog from the quaint Hampshire fishing villages of Portsmouth & Southsea, dedicated to all things food and drink." 
BBC: UK curry trade in staff crisis
There are growing concerns about the future of Britain's 10,000 curry houses because of a shortage of chefs.
UK immigration rules are being blamed for the problem. Martha Dixon reports.
See the full report (video) here
The Times
Nancy Durrant celebrates a £2 billion-a-year industry
The Times
A study funded by the Scottish Executive has found that salicylic acid, the active ingredient in aspirin, occurs naturally in Indian food
REUTERS
Curry may keep elderly minds sharp - a report from the National University of Singapore

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