If the answer is ‘I never tire of curry’ then this takeaway might be for you.
Hungry customers are able to get their ‘daily curry fix’ without leaving the house thanks to the 114 item feast, which takes a whopping ten days to eat.
Dishes include classics such as masala lamb chops, chicken tikka, and samosas alongside the ‘Aag Maithyoo Hancock’ – which translates as ‘Sack Matt Hancock’ in Hindi.
The controversial name of the signature dish is meant as a joke, directed at the current Health Secretary.
The £49.99 banquet from Bombaylicious also includes six Indian lagers – enough for one big night in or two mildly intoxicated evenings.
With a total of 27 dishes and 114 separate items, it is believed to be the largest set meal takeaway for one.
Owner Asad Khan said the meal deal will only be delivered to regular single customers who are unable to maintain their usual curry intake because of self-isolation.
The mega meal was created in response to reports last week that Covid-19 tests were not available to book online in any London borough.
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Asad explained: ‘We suffered greatly with the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, which took many of our customers away to nearby restaurants.’
‘The Aag Maithyoo Hancock will, we hope, enable those regular customers to get the daily curry fix they deserve and crave,’ he said.
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