Enam Ali, the ‘Curry Prince’ of Britain


It would not be wrong to say that Enam Ali MBE is the heart and soul of British curry industry. Born in Bangladesh in 1960, he came to Britain to study Hospitality and Management but did not go back. He started the now famous, Le Raj restaurant in 1989 and became a fellow at the Royal Society of Arts the following year. He has been frequently called to give expert opinion on issues relating to Asian community and hospitality sector. Enam is the only Asian on the Home Office’s hospitality advisory board. He brought out Spice Business Magazine in 1998 which is very popular in the world of British curry business. The Asians recently interviewed him about his life and achievements.

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