Cardamom Black Indian restaurant in Harrogate has created a Yorkshire Pudding filled with chicken tikka masala curry to mark Yorkshire Pudding Day.

The multi-award winning Pan South Asian restaurant in Harrogate, wanted to mark British Yorkshire Pudding Day on 7 February, by making their own giant curry-filled Yorkshire pudding.

Nick Rahman, owner of Cardamom Black Restaurant on Cheltenham Parade said: “Everyone loves Yorkshire pudding and despite my Asian heritage, being a Yorkshire lad I grew-up on them too!

We thought it would be interesting to serve a giant Yorkshire pudding filled with curry and if it proves popular we might even make it permanent on the menu.”

Cardamom Black restaurant has been shortlisted for Best Indian Restaurant in the Yorkshire Evening Post’s prestigious Oliver Awards 2016, which they previously won in 2013. The restaurant was also selected for the Best in Britain Awards as one of just three exceptional Asian restaurants in the North East, and listed in the top 50 Best in Britain Awards alongside some of country’s long-established and Michelin starred Asian restaurants.

The restaurant’s extensive menu places a huge emphasis on sourcing local produce, such as its Nidderdale spring lamb chops, provided for the restaurant by a local farm. The fresh produce combined with the accomplished skills of the chefs, who take the flavours and styles of the different regions of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, help to create the unique Pan-South Asian menu with the restaurant adding its own twists on classics and original creations.

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