Mohammad Azad, the executive chef at Cafe Saffron, with curry ingredients at his restaurant in Shrewsbury, Shropshire county, England, Oct. 30, 2015. Britain is experiencing a growing shortage of curry chefs due to tighter restrictions on immigration and the retirement of the first generation of those who opened curry restaurants in the 1960s. Azad said he had tried to hire Europeans, but there were “so many barriers in the kitchen, starting with the language.”
Mohammad Azad, the executive chef at Cafe Saffron, with curry ingredients at his restaurant in Shrewsbury, Shropshire county, England, Oct. 30, 2015. Britain is experiencing a growing shortage of curry chefs due to tighter restrictions on immigration and the retirement of the first generation of those who opened curry restaurants in the 1960s. Azad said he had tried to hire Europeans, but there were “so many barriers in the kitchen, starting with the language.” ANDREW TESTA NYT
Mohammad Azad, the executive chef at Cafe Saffron, with curry ingredients at his restaurant in Shrewsbury, Shropshire county, England, Oct. 30, 2015. Britain is experiencing a growing shortage of curry chefs due to tighter restrictions on immigration and the retirement of the first generation of those who opened curry restaurants in the 1960s. Azad said he had tried to hire Europeans, but there were “so many barriers in the kitchen, starting with the language.” ANDREW TESTA NYT

Shortage of curry chefs troubles Britons

November 07, 2015 9:21 PM