Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Southall - A taste of South Asia

Interesting little piece in yesterday's New York Times travel section on the London desi neighborhood of Southall (NY Times requires registration for web access).


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pedro velasquez said...

This is Southall, bet basketball a suburb 10 miles west of Central London known as the city's most authentic "Little India." A patchwork of Indians, Pakistanis, Bangladeshis and Afghans pack the streets of a community that settled here 50 years ago, sportsbook when a British businessman hired large numbers of Punjabi Sikhs to work in his rubber factory. London has long been known for its vibrant South Asian community and for attracting some of India's top chefs. march madness But popular neighborhoods such as the Brick Lane area of East London have become a blend of fusion restaurants and watered-down curry houses offering deep discounts to compete. Those looking for a stronger flavor of Indian culture should look instead to Southall.