Homemade Curries, London’s most authentic Indian food by Sheetal Arora

London, May 30: Homemade Curries provide the finest Indian and Asian Catering in and around London. Indian Wedding Event management and catering. An artisan speciality foods product and catering company, catering in London and all across the South of England. Redefining the Indian food catering in London, providing fresh, authentic and innovative Indian cuisine. Committed to ensuring a memorable culinary experience with high-quality service. Authenticity and innovation are at the heart of the company. Launched in 2018, this company aims to delight you with exciting cuisine in a BIG way!

 

Sheetal Arora, company founder and owner, says: “I love bringing you authentic Indian food and showing you how fresh and exciting it can be. I believe that every event can be made memorable and special by serving delicious food that people enjoy.”

 

Homemade Curries simply love food, sharing their experience and providing Indian fine dining service from catering a Women’s Day 2021 special with Richmond Council at the PayPal office to serving many loyal and trusted clients like WPP, Holly & Co, CPG, Twickenham stadium, Silverstone F1 Racing, Motor GP, Farnborough, Reading Football stadium, St Stephens Church, Geff Acton (Mayor, Richmond upon Thames), FOSS (Friends of St Stephens school) and many more across London and the Home Counties. With food inspired by authentic and innovative Indian street food cuisine, Homemade Curries provide something special for all events – from an elegant buffet or seated service to exciting catering stations, bowls or finger food to a full gourmet meal.

 

Sharing the love of food and community through intimate dining experiences. Homemade Curries hosts sold-out Supper clubs throughout the year, presenting cuisines and dishes not often found in a restaurant, set within a private home or an intimate setting. The setting usually involves sharing the dinner table with strangers. Homemade Curries host Curry Night every Thursday at The Ailsa Tavern. Experience dining in with a wide selection of traditional Indian dishes combined with a more modern and creative approach to Indian food at the heart of St Margaret. From succulent, aromatic starters, mouth-watering mains and delicious vegetarian options, they aim to cater for all. 

 

Sharing their love of food and community through intimate dining experiences. Are you looking for incredible Indian catering in London? Homemade Curries got you covered with a specially curated, handpicked selection of bespoke menus to suit your tastes and personalities. 

 

You can visit – https://www.homemadecurriesuk.com for more details. 

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