Birmingham crowned as the best city for Indian takeaways in the UK with the most popular dish unveiled

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Birmingham has also been named the second-best city for takeaways for all food menus, including Indian

In the heart of the United Kingdom, there lies a city that has embraced Indian cuisine with open arms - Birmingham.

With the average Brit spending over £600 every year on takeaways, Birmingham has carved out a niche for itself as the go-to city for Indian takeaway.

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Betway’s sports team, assessed over 30 cities based on the average price for pizza, Chinese, and Indian takeaways, as well as the number of takeaway restaurants offering each cuisine.

Birmingham, a city renowned for its vibrant food scene, has been ranked as the best city in the country for Indian takeaways, and the second-best city, after Wolverhampton, to order in.

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Chicken tikka masala

The city’s love for Indian food is best exemplified by its fondness for Chicken Tikka Masala, a creamy and spicy dish that has become a staple in British Indian cuisine.

A Chicken Tikka Masala, in Birmingham, costs an average of just £9.49, making it an affordable luxury for many.

But it’s not just about the price.

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The variety of Indian takeaways in Birmingham are unparalleled. The city boasts a staggering 585 different Indian takeaway spots, each offering their unique spin on the beloved Chicken Tikka Masala.

Birmingham’s love for Indian food goes beyond just Chicken Tikka Masala.

The city also ranked highly for the price of its Chinese takeaways, with a classic Chicken Chow Mein costing just £7.95.

If you’re craving a spicy Chicken Tikka Masala or a comforting Chicken Chow Mein, Birmingham caters to your taste buds at a reasonable price.

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