Nottinghamshire Indian Restaurant shortlisted at British Curry Awards 2018
An Indian and Bangladeshi Restaurant from Newark, Nottinghamshire is hoping to curry favour with judges at the British Curry Awards after being shortlisted for Best Indian Restaurant in the Midlands.
By: Ashiana Indian & Bangladeshi Restaurant
On hearing the announcement, owner of the Ashiana Saiqul Miah said: "We couldn't believe it when the letter came from the British Curry Awards judges telling us that we had been shortlisted from thousands of excellent Indian restaurants across the UK down to just three now competing to be named Best Restaurant in the Midlands!
"It's such an accolade to be shortlisted. We know we have some stiff competition amongst the other nominees, some of whom already have Michelin Stars for their Indian food, but I know my team are already stars in my eyes."
"BETTER THAN ANY MICHELIN STAR"
Known as the Curry Oscars, the British Curry Awards have been dubbed by Prime Minister Theresa May as "special, better than any Michelin Star, better than any accolade".
A thrilled Sai continues:
"Learning that we had been nominated for a British Curry Award by our customers was just wonderful. We're all delighted that our customers have enjoyed themselves so much that they wanted to nominate us for the British Curry Awards 2018."
AN EXCEPTIONAL INDIAN DINING EXPERIENCE
"All of us at the Ashiana are so happy; our restaurant in Newark is now very well established and loved by our diners. We have worked tirelessly to create an exceptional Indian dining experience and knowing that people are really enjoying our food makes all the hard work worthwhile,"
Mr Miah and his team are looking forward to this year's British Curry Awards ceremony at the black-tie gala event being held at Battersea Evolution in London on Monday 26th November 2018, where they will join the other excited nominees.
Saiqul Miah, owner of the Ashiana Indian and Bangladeshi Restaurant in Newark. Photographer credit: Kois Miah
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