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Ashiana Indian Restaurant near Newark is shortlisted for major food award
The Ashiana Indian Restaurant near Newark has been shortlisted as one of 15 best Indian Restaurants in the England in one of the most prestigious Asian food awards, the Curry Life Awards.
By: Tailored Marketing Solutions Ltd
The Curry Life Awards celebrate and honour the Curry Industry's standout professionals and is an opportunity to shine a light on those who have shown outstanding performance and achievement in the trade and culinary excellence.
Owner of the Ashiana, Saiqul Miah said: "We were stunned when the judges from the Curry Life magazine turned up at the restaurant and told us that we'd been shortlisted for the 2017 awards.
"They were meticulous in their assessment of the restaurant, speaking to the staff, visiting the kitchen, watching the food being freshly prepared and, of course, sampling the menu as well.
"Learning that we had been nominated for the award by our customers was especially wonderful. At the Ashiana, my Head Chef Shimul Ahmed and the team have worked so hard to deliver an authentic and contemporary Indian dining experience and we're all delighted that our customers have enjoyed themselves so much that they wanted to nominate us for the Curry Life award."
Not one to rest on his laurels, in addition to the spectacular Indian and Bangladeshi restaurant located just off the A1 near Newark in North Muskham, Saiqul has recently opened a takeaway for the Ashiana on the High Street in Long Bennington. The self-styled 'Indian Lounge' has been decorated to a very high standard with comfortable seating for customers waiting to collect their freshly cooked Indian and Bangladeshi meals.
To help the Ashiana clinch the award, customers can complete additional nomination forms, available at the restaurant and the takeaway, or they can also visit the Curry Life website to complete a nomination online. All completed entries will also be placed into a free prize draw to win two flights to Dubai.
Ashiana Indian Restaurant, Saiqul Miah