For the last five years Bradford has been crowned the curry capital of the UK, so you can imagine my enthusiasm when a curry in Bradford was suggested for the September YTI social.
A group of eight of us met at The Kashmir in the centre of Bradford for a delicious meal. We began by sampling a variety of starters including onion bhajis, samosas and fish pakora, and this was rounded off with a selection of authentic curries and chapatti.
The evening’s food was accompanied by a range of discussions from the most outrageous translations people have ever faced, to cake decorating, to advice for some new faces to the group (myself included). It was a lovely opportunity to meet others and share tips and stories, as well as some wonderful photos of the views of places from which people translate – our work really can allow us to be in beautiful locations!
Thanks to Paul for the photo of us in The Kashmir and, Charlotte for organising, I highly recommend you take a trip there next time you fancy grabbing a curry!