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Darjeeling Express

Asma Khan’s acclaimed Darjeeling Express started life as a supper club, serving just 12 people at a time. It’s since grown to a full-sized restaurant currently based in London’s Soho, but it still serves the same family recipes that have been lovingly cooked by Indian housewives for generations. Its all-female kitchen staff creates dishes inspired by the street food of Calcutta, where Asma grew up, with some influence from her royal Mughal ancestry. The resulting menu takes diners on a journey from east India to Hyderabad in the south, in the form

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