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But with more choice for eating out than ever, Mr Khan said restaurateurs need to streamline old fashioned menus, offer more authentic food and get techno-savvy with more presence online. And he urged them to cater for a thriving lunchtime market with low calorie, veggie options and innovative tea-lists to replace beer and wine. Read More Fearless French waitress drags hungry giant lizard out of a restaurant by its TAIL after it wandered in 'Traditional' dishes like chicken korma aren't pulling in the punters (Photo: Getty Images) While two curry houses a week are going bust, overall the 54.7billion dining out market is thriving with sales and new openings on the increase, said Mr Khan. He blamed a lack of imagination from many owners for the demise of the curry house and said: For years we have been telling restaurants they need to up their game with shorter menus, offering healthier options with more fish and vegetable dishes, with genuinely authentic regional food. He said while office workers were shunning heavy, overly spiced food like rich biriyanis and lamb cooked in oil or ghee at lunchtime, there was a demand for light bites like grilled fish and chicken dishes prepared with a modern twist. There are some wonderful, innovative new restaurants that are doing well but the old fashioned Bangladeshi ones are getting left behind, he said. Many rarely see a customer at lunch time, while pubs and chains like Nandos and Thai restaurants are serving thousands of spicy dishes throughout the day. Curry houses need more lunchtime customers (Photo: Aldershot News and Mail) And looking at their drinks menus, you would never know that they grow tea in India where are the green, oolong and white teas. Wheres the darjeeling, assam, dooar, and travancore? The ACF represents more than 35,000 ethnic restaurants and takeaways in Britain including those in the Indian, Chinese, Thai and Malaysian community, but the largest single group are Bangladeshi. Around nine in ten curry restaurants in the UK are Bangladeshi owned.

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