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ENTERTAINMENT


served up in the thousands of curry restaurants across the country, it is the welcome too. Those who work in the curry industry enliven Britain’s high streets, boost local economies and contribute to local communities.”


The year the Awards attracted a record total of 270,000 public nominations putting forward their favourite spice restaurants. After careful deliberation by the judging panel, a winner was chosen for each regional category and, where appropriate, a best newcomer for that region was selected as well. The roll of honour for 2012 was:


• Best Restaurant Scotland - Taj Indian (Prestwick)


• Best Restaurant North East - Aagrah (Leeds)


• Best Spice Restaurant North West - Indian Ocean (Ashton-u-Lyne)


• Best Spice Restaurant Midlands - Itihaas (Birmingham)


• Best Newcomer Restaurant Midlands - Five Rivers A La Carte (Walsall)


• Best Restaurant Wales - Rasoi Indian Kitchen (Swansea)


• Best Restaurant South East - Haweli Indian Restaurant (Twyford, Berkshire)


• Best Newcomer Restaurant South East - Shampan 4 - the Spinning Wheel (Westerham, Kent)


Our 8th Annual Celebration. Bigger. Better. Breathtaking.


• Best Restaurant South West - Spice Lodge (Cheltenham)


• Best Restaurant South West - The Mint Room (Yeovil, Somerset)


• Best Restaurant Central London & City - Bombay Palace (Paddington)


• Best Newcomer Restaurant Central London & City - Chakra (Notting Hill)


• Best Restaurant London Suburbs - Chak 89 (Surrey)


• Best in Casual Dining - The Chilli Pickle (Brighton, East Sussex)


To reflect the importance of the takeaway sector within the curry business there was a new


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