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Bloomberg thinks ‘Best’ Indian food is the world is in NYC, sparks internet outrage

Team Udayavani, Jul 26, 2021, 11:27 AM IST

Bloomberg Business has landed itself in huge trouble for putting up a hot take. They shared a story about how ‘an enterprising chef-restaurateur duo upends long-held dining wisdom,’ in US’ New York City, mentioned in the tweet that “The world’s best Indian food is in New York City.”

The tweet came off as a little tone-deaf and many linked it to ‘New York Now Has Better Indian Food Than London.’ What appeared problematic were some paragraphs into the article written by an Indian journalist, Bobby Ghosh, are the lines, “For now, know there is nothing like it in London or even New Delhi.”

Indians didn’t take this well and below is how they reacted.

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