AN ANGLO-INDIAN MESS HALL
In the 1920s, the British Indian Army stationed in the subcontinent started accepting Officers of Indian heritage. Mess halls were where everyone came together to eat and socialise. While the relationship between the two nations was fraught, the cuisines came together in a surprisingly harmonious and lasting manner.
THE OFFICERS’ MESS
Just as chutney has found itself into basically every cheese sandwich in Britain, and curry has become one of their national foods, in South Asia, club sandwiches, chicken chops, tea drunk with milk and a love for whisky and gin, have all taken root in much of the region.
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