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Itihaas win British Curry Award and declared Best Indian Restaurant in the West Midlands

 

Jewellery Quarter gem Itihaas was last night named as the Best Indian restaurant in the West Midlands last night at a glittering ceremony in London’s Battersea Evolution.

The UK’s “Curry Oscars” celebrated the best of Indian cuisine talent at this prestigious event, that awards top honours to all those who have made the curry industry proud. Co-hosted by BBC presenter Jenny Bond and celebrity impersonator Rory Bremner, around 1600 attended to see who would end up as curry kings and queens.

PR Guru Max Clifford presented a delighted Ricky Rana, Executive Director of the Itihaas Group with the golden statuette.

The winners were judged on several aspects including menu choice, wine list, exterior and interior decor and plate presentation. With over 270,000 nominations from diners around the country, the 2012 British Curry Awards was hotly anticipated and culminated in a glamorous finale to the countdown of the year!

Prime Minister David Cameron sent a video message saying, “It’s often said that curry is Britain’s national dish and it’s easy to see why. It’s not just the flavour served up in the thousands of the 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.”

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