Award presented after more than 15,000 votes across England
A Wimbledon-based Indian Takeaway has been declared the best in London for the the third year running.
K2 Indian Takeaway, from Durnsford Road, Wimbledon, won the prize at the English Curry awards in Manchester on August 31.
More than 15,000 nominations were received from the public across England, with judges visiting shortlisted restaurants and takeaways who were battling it out to make the best curry in the country.
Saleh Jilani, K2 manager, said: "It was an amazing night for K2, crowned Takeaway of the Year for London for the third consecutive year is a huge achievement. Our success is down to our loyal customers nominating us and our dedicated team”.
Yasmin Mahmood, Operations Director for event organisers Oceanic Consulting, added: “The awards have grown from strength to strength every year, as we see an increase of nominations for those hidden gems as well as the better known curry houses. With everyone favouring their locals, all the finalists truly deserve to win and we wish everyone the best of luck.”
The Awards, attended by more than 400 people, also helped raise funds for the official charity partner which has been set up by the former world champion, Amir Khan.
The Amir Khan Foundation is dedicated towards supporting young people who are disadvantaged in life due to personal circumstances or the environment they live in.
September 3, 2015