An intermittently Liberal anthology compiled by Jonathan Calder

Sunday, March 16, 2003  

Traditional British food
Britain's first Indian restaurant was pre-Victorian: the Hindostanee Coffee house opened in 1809 at 34 George Street, Portman Square (over fifty years before the first fish and chip shop began trading in the market square at Mossley, Lancashire, in 1863).

Matthew Sweet Inventing the Victorians (2001)

posted by Jonathan Calder | 8:20 pm