Hot site tickles taste buds, but not the bowels

At last, the moment cyber-geeks and curry lovers have been waiting for: the launch of the UK’s first online curry magazine.

The Website, www.tandoorimagazine.com, claims to be the first devoted to all things spicy and invariably bought as rowdiness descends into collapse on a Saturday night.

Launched on November 8, the Website offers news, features and recipes – for both curry lovers and Indian restaurant managers.

But it is the second stage of www.goodgodthisreallyisahotone.com’s plan, which excites – namely the incorporation of a restaurant directory and online curry superstore.

Fantastic. Now they’re really talking. No need to bother going to the pub first.

Apparently, there’s no truth in the rumour that the site takes an hour to download and comes with a poppadom-free screensaver by way of apology.

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