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Culinary Workshop to focus on life after pandemic and curry industry recovery plan

Curry Life will host its culinary workshop and networking dinner on 27 June 2021 at the Radisson Edwardian New Providence Wharf in London’s Docklands.

The annual event, a highlight of the UK curry industry’s event calendar, was cancelled last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. As hospitality services across the country prepare to open up for business, in line with the government’s roadmap out of lockdown, the workshop’s primary focus will be on life after the pandemic and building a  recovery plan for the curry industry.

Syed Ahmed, the event organiser and editor at Curry Life Media Group, said: “The curry industry is one of British cuisine success stories. It has taken enormous hits due to the pandemic. We have invited several experts to participate in a panel discussion to examine how curry businesses can build a profitable path in the aftermath of Covid-19.

“As we have done every year, we will discuss the sector’s latest trends and share tips on technology that will drive these businesses forward, alongside the importance of digital marketing and sustainability.”

Celebrity chef and restaurant consultant Mridula Baljekar, best-selling author of several curry cookbooks, will host a cooking demonstration highlighting why exquisite dishes are essential for a successful business.

Other participants at the culinary workshop include acclaimed chefs Rupert Rowley, currently development chef for MSK Ingredients, Mark Poynton, formerly of Michelin-starred restaurant Alimentum and Dominic Chapman, head chef at The Beehive at White Waltham. Chapman previously worked at Kensington Place in London and was once head chef at Heston Blumenthal’s Hind Head in Bray. Award-winning restaurant manager Mo Gherras will also be taking part.

Guests at the event will also have the opportunity to enjoy a three-course meal featuring an array of spicy dishes devised by London-based award-winning Asian caterers Mint Catering.

Participating chefs and restaurants will receive a certificate for attending the culinary workshop and panel session. The headline sponsor for the event is Just Eat, with additional event partners including Unisoft Solutions, CLCC and Travel Links Worldwide. 

Those interested in attending this event must reserve tickets in advance. To reserve your space at the event, call 07956 588 777 or send a text.

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