English Curry Awards 2017 Results

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The winners of the 2017 English Curry Awards will be announced on 21st August, 2017 at the Mercure Manchester Piccadilly hotel.

These are the 7th annual English Curry Awards and the results are eagerly awaited.

There are lots of different awards categories but the jewel in the crown is definitely the award for Restaurant of the Year. The following details show the regional finalists in this category.

North West
Royal Balti House (Bolton)
Shajan Indian Restaurant (Blackburn)
Aroma Asian Restaurant (Burnley)
Shimla Spice (Burnley)
The Shampan Indian Restaurant (Preston)
Achari (Blackburn)
India Gate (Bolton)

North East
Jashn Restaurant (Gateshead)
Jaipur Exclusive Indian Takeaway (Newcastle upon Tyne)
Lal Khazana (Alnwick)
Zeera (South Shields)
Goa Exemplary Indian Cuisine (Sunderland)
Kamal Balti House (Newcastle upon Tyne)
Namaste (South Shields)
Radhuni (South Shileds)

Yorkshire
Kiplings Indian Restaurant (Halifax)
Shimla Spice (Shipley)
Viraaj (Sheffield)
Bombay Spice (York)
Mumbai Lounge (York)
The Original Dil Raj (Dodworth)
Paprika Lounge (Bradford)

East Midlands
Gurkha Curry Lounge (Burton upon Trent)
Lime Indian Restaurant & Takeaway (Nottingham)
Anoki (Nottingham)
Gurkha One (Nottingham)
Lasaan – (Once Upon a Time in India) (Northampton)
Everestinn (Newark upon Trent)
The Cinnamon Lounge (Market Harborough)

West Midlands
Delhi 6 Fine Dining Restaurant (Sutton Coldfield)
The Lloyds Indian Restaurant (Knowle)
Turmeric Gold Restaurant (Coventry)
Millennium Balti (Leamington Spa)
Pabna Restaurant (Stoke-On-Trent)
Janaki Indian Cuisine (Solihull)

East of England
Lalbagh Bangladeshi & Indian Cuisine (Cambridge)
Prana Indian Restaurant (Cambridge)
Kaz’s Indian & Bangladeshi Restaurant (Cambridge)
Vantage (Dunstable)
Pride Of Sylhet (Great Dunmow)
Caraway Lounge (Romford)
Royston Tandoori (Royston)

South East
The Chilli Pickle (Brighton)
Jai Ho at The Coppingham Arms (Horley)
Basmati Indian Restaurant Locksheath (Southampton)
Bollywood Junction UK (Milton Keynes)
Memories Of India (Slough)
Purple Mango (Banbury)
Majliss (Abingdon)

South West
The Mint Room (Bath)
Joy Raj (Bristol)
Ruchi Indian Restaurant (Swindon)
Aby’s Indian Experience (Swindon)
Raj Mahal City (Bristol)
Urban Tandoor (Bristol)

London
Nurjenna – Finest Indian Cuisine (Southgate)
Gymkhana (Mayfair)
Amaya (Belgravia)
Trishna (Marylebone)
Zaika (Kensington)
Babur Restaurant (Forest Hill)

So not long to go before the overall winner of the Restaurant of the Year is announced. In the meantime, why not go to the finalist nearest to you and see if they are as good as a lot of people think?

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