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Re. The UK's best curries?
I would say that the one in Leicester is actually the best because there are real Indian chefs there. The ones in Manchester have food made by Pakistanis or Bengalis, so it's not as authentic!
Posted on 5/10/2011 by Mo
The UK's best curries?
I always think that the UK has some of the best Indian food I've ever tried out of India itself and just had to give Leicester's 'Curry Mile' after being blown away by the one in Manchester. I'm not sure which one is the better of the two, but will definitely recommend tourists to spend a few nights around the Belgrave Road and Melton Road area.
Posted on 25/9/2011 by Bri Law
Re. So fun
You can also try the Curve Theatre if you want something other than pantomimes. Its more cultural than the Little Theatre, which is great at what it does, don't get me wrong. The kids might not enjoy it as much though.
Posted on 14/1/2010 by Paul
Coming from mainland Europe, I always want to try British pantomime around Christmas. Some joke I don't understand but it was great fun for myself and the children. It was at Little Theatre and I think they show something except for pantomimes. As I'm saying, I went at Christmas, so it's mostly pantomimes then. We saw Jack and the Beanstalk.
Posted on 3/1/2010 by Pavel
Perfect on a summer's afternoon
We heard from friends that had visited Leicester before of how Belvoir Castle was overpriced. I would have to contest this now after having visited this summer and it was a lovely attraction to explore. I thought there was more than one of them in town though as the locals comically referred to it as 'Beaver Castle'!
Posted on 28/7/2009 by Geoff Morris