The winners of the 10th English Curry Awards 2021 are revealed

The 10th English Curry Awards 2021 welcomed 350 guests at the Holiday Inn Birmingham Airport-NEC on Monday October 18, in a celebration of the English curry Industry.

The English Curry Awards 2021 are a celebration of local businesses, where winners are a true reflection of quality and customer service, as they are chosen by members of the general public.

The awards recognised the hard work, determination, impeccable service and efforts of the best English curry establishment and professionals that create and serve delicious dishes at an excellent standard.

The black tie event was hosted by presenter, Tommy Sandhu.

Several of the awards were split into local regions to ensure that smaller businesses from across England are also recognised.

The English Curry Awards 2021 embodied the strength of the nation’s hospitality industry. It is a vast group of men and women from the restaurant and takeaway industry who specialise in creating England’s favourite dish.

Irfan Younis, CEO of Oceanic Consulting, said: “We are honoured and delighted to have such great finalists and winners representing the English curry industry and enhancing its reputation nationally and internationally.

“We were very happy to welcome the guests and celebrate with them. Congratulations to all finalists and winners!”

The winners for the 10th English Curry Awards 2021 are:

The Best of Manchester: Asha’s Restaurant (Manchester)

The Best of Birmingham: Pushkar Cocktail Bar & Dining (Birmingham)

Best Team of the Year: Zeera Indian Cuisine (South Shields)

Local Restaurant of the Year: Dudley Spice (Dudley)

Best Customer Service: Spice Valley Norwich (Norwich)

Nepalese Restaurant of the Year: Everest Lounge (Horborough)

Bangladeshi Restaurant of The Year: Little Bangla (Oldbury)

Outstanding Restaurant Of The Year: NawaabSaab (Nottingham)

Fine Dining Restaurant of The Year: Pushkar Cocktail Bar and Dining (Birmingham)

Street Food Restaurant Of The Year: My Delhi Indian Streetery (Tyne)

Vegetarian Restaurant Of The Year: Veggie Perrins (Plymouth)

Curry School of the Year: Sharmini’s Inspirational Indian Cuisine (York)

Special Recognition Award: Chai Paani

Critics’ Choice Restaurant of the Year: Spices & Spirits

South Indian Restaurant Of The Year: NALAAS South Indian Restaurant (Derby)

Leicester Restaurant of the Year: Herb (Leicester)

Caterer of the Year North: Mann-Salwa Limited (Rochdale)

Caterer of the Year Midlands: Mahir’s Experience (Birmingham)

Caterer of the Year South: Anu Caterers (Basingstoke)

Caterer of the Year Overall Winner: Mahir’s Experience (Birmingham)

Chef of the Year North: Saju Ravindran at Amma’s Canteen

Chef of the Year Midlands: Sohail Rana at Lime Indian Restaurant & Takeaway

Chef of the Year South: Naresh Chand at Cafe Indiya Restaurant

Chef of the Year Overall Winner: Sohail Rana at Lime Indian Restaurant & Takeaway

Most Wanted Restaurant of the Year North West: Aroma Asian Restaurant (Burnley)

Most Wanted Restaurant of the Year North East: Shikara(Whitley Bay)

Most Wanted Restaurant of the Year Yorkshire and the Humber: Viraaj Restaurant (Sheffield)

Most Wanted Restaurant of the Year East Midlands: Avatar Dining (Harborough)

Most Wanted Restaurant of the Year West Midlands: Alessi Indian Restaurant (Stoke On Trent)

Most Wanted Restaurant of the Year East of England: Lalbagh Indian Restaurant (Cambridge)

Most Wanted Restaurant of the Year South East: Maaya Indian Kitchen (Milton Keynes)

Most Wanted Restaurant of the Year South West: Himalayan Spice (Liskeard)

Most Wanted Restaurant of the Year Overall Winner: Maaya Indian Kitchen (Milton Keynes)

Takeaway of the Year North West: Achaari (Macclesfield)

Takeaway of the Year North East: Dilshad Tandoori Indian Takeaway  (Stakedord, Northumberland)

Takeaway of the Year Yorkshire and the Humber: Amirah Spice (Wakefield)

Takeaway of the Year East Midlands: Spice Bazzar (Leicester)

Takeaway of the Year West Midlands: The Masala Boyz Indian Takeaway (Tamworth)

Takeaway of the Year East of England: Master Chef Indian Takeaway (Luton)

Takeaway of the Year South East: Mumbai Wokingham (Wokingham)

Takeaway of the Year South West: Cinnamon Lounge (Wakefield)

Takeaway of the Year Overall Winner: Dilshad Tandoori Indian Takeaway (Stakedord, Northumberland)

Takeaway and Home Delivery of the Year North West: Spice Island (Bolton)

Takeaway and Home Delivery of the Year North East: The Viking Tandoori (Jarrow)

Takeaway and Home Delivery of the Year Yorkshire and the Humber: Jinnah (Leeds)

Takeaway and Home Delivery of the Year East Midlands: Spice Takeaway (Nottingham)

Takeaway and Home Delivery of the Year West Midlands: Chutney Express Takeaway (Birmingham)

Takeaway and Home Delivery of the Year East of England: Taj Mahal Takeaway (Norwich)

Takeaway and Home Delivery of the Year South East: Masala Bay Takeaway (Kent)

Takeaway and Home Delivery of the Year South West: Tale Of Spice (Trowbridge)

Takeaway and Home Delivery of the Year Overall Winner: Chutney Express Takeaway (Birmingham)

Restaurant of the Year North West: Nellie Indian Restaurant (Scarisbrick)

Restaurant of the Year North East: Namaste Indian Restaurant (South Shields)

Restaurant of the Year Yorkshire and the Humber: Table 26 (Swillington)

Restaurant of the Year East Midlands: Spice Bazzar (Leicester)

Restaurant of the Year West Midlands: Bombay Pickles (Stourbridge)

Restaurant of the Year East of England: Spice Lounge Restaurant (Midenhall)

Restaurant of the Year South East: Masala City (Chichester)

Restaurant of the Year South West: Cafe indiya Restaurant (Plymouth)

Restaurant of the Year Overall Winner: Masala City (Chichester)