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Korma fan to take on restaurant’s hottest curry for charity

PUBLISHED: 17:02 17 June 2020 | UPDATED: 17:02 17 June 2020

Lowestoft Tandoori Indian Restaurant.
Picture: Nick Butcher

Lowestoft Tandoori Indian Restaurant. Picture: Nick Butcher

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A Lowestoft man will be feeling the heat tonight as he takes on the hottest curry on the menu in the name of charity.

Chris Davidson will be taking on the hottest curry on the Lowestoft Tandoori menu to raise money for the James Paget University Hospital. PHOTO: Chris DavidsonChris Davidson will be taking on the hottest curry on the Lowestoft Tandoori menu to raise money for the James Paget University Hospital. PHOTO: Chris Davidson

Chris Davidson has already raised more than £500 for the James Paget University Hospital in Gorleston ahead of the challenge, due to take place at Lowestoft Tandoori on Wednesday night.

Mr Davidson said: “I regularly have a korma from Lowestoft Tandoori, they’re the best curry house on the east coast.

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“It stemmed from George, who runs the Supporting Lowestoft group, asking if I would eat the hottest curry on the menu, and I thought it would be a good way to raise some money for the JPUH.

“I think Colman’s Mustard is hot, so I am terrified.

“We have raised £520 so far but I would like to see if we can raise £1,000.”

The challenge will be streamed live on the Supporting Lowestoft and Lowestoft Tandoori Facebook pages at 6pm.

To donate, go to: www.facebook.com/donate/935237330247000


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