• No Polish Accents: London correspondent Mark Rice-Oxley set out to do a little research on the shortage of Bangladeshi staff in British curry restaurants (see story). But with 12,000 curry houses to choose from, his stab at finding a good example fell short. "If my favorite curry house is suffering from a shortage of Bangladeshi waiters then it is doing a good job covering it up," he says.
During a recent visit, the restaurant was packed with families, couples on a romantic night out, and what appeared to be a local operatic group, and yet "the food was prompt and service snappy and, he adds, "no trace of Polish accents emanating from the vicinity of the kitchen."
– David Clark Scott