Every year, GBP 2.5 billion is spent on curry. It is the nation's favourite dish (above fish and chips), and there are more curry restaurants in London alone than in India. Pat Chapman and the Curry Club are the names that are most often associated with excellence in the field of Indian Cuisine. Pat Chapman's cook books are hugely popular and his previous titles, including "The New Curry Bible", have earned him a well respected reputation as an authority on Indian cookery. "The 2007 Good Curry Guide" is a comprehensive and thorough directory of the finest Indian restaurants in the country complied with the culinary skills, experience and expertise of Pat Chapman; founder of the world's finest food club.