Twelve houses get British Curry Awards 2018 -The Asian Age

The unsung heroes behind Britain’s favourite cuisine were honoured once again at the 14th Annual British Curry Awards on Monday at Battersea Evolution in London.

The pioneering and foremost celebration of the nation’s favourite cuisine paid homage to the industry’s finest establishments, said a press release.
Hosted by comedian and impersonator Jon Clegg, British Curry Awards, or the ‘Curry Oscars’ as fondly coined by David Cameron, welcomed a guest list of personalities from the worlds of politics, sport, television, showbiz and entertainment, as well as leading celebrity chefs, restaurant owners and their staff from across the country. 

Among others, comedian, actor, author and activist Russell Brand, MP’s Sir Vince Cable, Chris Grayling, Brandon Lewis and Baroness Verma, footballer David Seaman MBE and Frankie Poultney, comedian Hardeep Kohli were attended the programme.

The full list of winners at the British Curry Awards 2018 is as follows:

Best in North East: Mumtaz, Bradford 
Best in North West: Indique, Manchester
Best in Casual Dining: Dabbawal High Bridge, Newcastle 
Best in London City and Suburbs: Baluchi, Tooley Street, SE1
Inspiration Award: Asha's, Birmingham  
Best in Wales: Rasoi Waterfront, Swansea
Best Newcomer: Dishoom, Edinburgh 
Best in South East: Malik's Cookham, Maidenhead
Best in Scotland: Light of Bengal, Aberdeen 
Best in South West: Koloshi Indian Restaurant, Cheltenham
Best in Midlands: Pushkar, Birmingham 
Best Takeaway: Chilli Tuk Tuk, London N12
Special Recognition Award: Chef Rezual Karim from Stockholm