Now here’s an interesting article. Mind you, since it’s based on research published in Neuropsychopharmacology it’s a little tricky for the average curry lover to get their head around.

Or perhaps it’s not, because what this article is saying – in a round about way – is that curry, or to be precise one of its key ingredients – is good for the brain. Of course I knew that all along – it’s quite obvious that the people who choose to eat at Raval Luxury Indian Restaurant are super-intelligent beings!

The ingredient under the microscope was Curcumin, which is derived from tumeric, that lovely gold-coloured spice found in many of your favourite curry dishes. So now you know…and if you keep eating your curries you won’t forget, will you?

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Mr Raval is known to friends and customers alike as the region’s Curry King. His restaurant has been named ‘Best in the North East’ and has won critical acclaim from leading chefs and food reviewers. He is passionate about sharing his love of authentic Indian cuisine.