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Brick Lane is renowned for its mouth-watering curry houses, but if you're looking for the best curry house in Brick Lane, look no further than City Spice. With a rich history, delectable dishes, and impeccable service, City Spice stands out as a must-visit destination for curry lovers. Brick Lane is famous for its vibrant and diverse culture, and no trip to this bustling neighborhood is complete without indulging in some of the best curries in London. While there are plenty of curry houses to choose from, City Spice has emerged as a favorite among locals and visitors alike. Established in 1996, City Spice has been serving up authentic Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine for over two decades. The restaurant's commitment to using fresh ingredients and traditional cooking methods has earned them a reputation as one of the best curry houses in Brick Lane London. One of the things that sets City Spice apart from

22-year-old Executive Chef of City Spice, Niaz Caan has launched London's first 'Anglo-Indian' curry menu. He has married these two very different cuisines (English and Indian) creating an entirely original Anglo-Indian fusion menu, cooked the Indian way, with dishes you won’t find anywhere else.     “The stereotypical Grandmother’s Daal recipe”, says Niaz “will only last so long, diners inevitably want something new and as cultures merge, a new way of doing things becomes the norm. I want to show Indian restaurants in the UK that yes, of course you can be authentic, but this by no means should stifle your creativity.” Chef Niaz’s signature dishes: Velvet Chicken, Rajasthani Hotpot, Cottage Cheese Roll, take inspiration from English staples like Lancashire stews and use ingredients that don’t have a place in a traditional curry house: gooseberries, cottage cheese and strawberries to name a few. The nation’s favourite curry, Chicken Tikka Masala, often derided as inauthentic

Hey Guys! As you know, I run City Spice curry house which has been known to be the Best Indian Restaurant London on Brick Lane, according to Timeout. But if you've come down from Youtube, you're probably looking for the Egg McMuffin ingredient list! You have Mcdonalds' McMuffin, you have the English Muffin. Put them together, add a lid'l bit of Niaz Caan twist ;) and you have a God-forsakenly amazing breakfast item. Sweet, Spicy and grilled to perfection - check out the full video on Youtube with the link here! https://youtu.be/JjaxRd_PeVw With regards to the ingredients, they are as follows!  (For One Egg McMuffin) 25g Beef Patty Two Brioche Butts (the bottom part of the Brioche burgers) 3 Tablespoons of Mint Sauce One Fried Egg (seasoned with oregano and salt and pepper to taste) Seasoning: Salt & Pepper to taste, 1/2 teaspoon chilli powder, one teaspoon curry powder, one teaspoon cumin powder, one teaspoon coriander powder, 1/2 teaspoon turmeric and