A takeaway from the Indian capital of Delhi is the worst in England, according to a study.
The takeaway at the Indian restaurant in London’s Regent Street was found to be among the worst-performing in the country, according the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
The Indian takeaway is named for the country’s famous Indira Gandhi, who was an economist and a politician, but was assassinated by her husband on December 28, 1948.
The restaurant’s owner said he had to close due to a high number of complaints from customers.
“We were expecting to see a lot of complaints but it’s not the case,” he told the BBC.
“In terms of the number of people who are complaining, it’s about half of what we saw last year.”
It’s definitely not good for the environment.
“The commission said it has received more than 1,400 complaints about the restaurant.
It said it would take legal action against the owner of the restaurant and take “appropriate action” to resolve the issue.
The Royal British Legion’s London chapter, which is based in Regent Square, has been complaining about the establishment for months.
The branch said in a statement: “We are not amused by the lack of care in the Indian takeaway, which does not have a proper water filtration system, clean kitchen facilities or even a dishwasher.”
The establishment’s owner is also not a registered member of the RBA and has been running a business without any government support.”