The English Curry Awards 2014

A dish from Haveli


It’s just under a week away from the English Curry Awards 2014 and the nominees are bursting with Go dine restaurants. We’re over the moon that our restaurants are getting recognised for excellence in Indian cuisine in the way that they deserve, so we’ve put together a little guide as to why they are award nominees ahead of the big day. We wish all our restaurants the best of luck!

Curry Lounge

Team of the Year

The Team of the Year Award is there to reward the commitment of the team behind the restaurant and for their skills and dedication to providing excellent service day by day.

The Curry Lounge (Nottingham)

A multi award winning restaurant offering an exceptional dining experience, The Curry Lounge is known to treat its diners like VIPs, offering guests an exqusite evening of wonderful customer service and the very best of authentic Indian and Punjabi cuisine.

Curry Fever (Leicester)

Well-loved and revered for a brilliant dining experience from start to finish, Curry Fever has won plenty of awards for its outstanding cuisine. This year the restaurant hopes its dedicated team are recognised for the hard work they put in for each and every customer.


The Cumin

Chef of the Year

This award will be given to the restaurant with some of the most impressive culinary talents on British soil. The judges will be looking for innovation, impressive use of spices and Indian culinary perfection.

The Cumin (Nottingham)

One of the most stylish Indian restaurants in Nottingham, The Cumin has a fantastic menu to match. The rich selection of Indian favourites and regional dishes offers something a little different for curry lovers in the Midlands, making it a top choice for the Chef of the Year Award.

Mogal-E-Azam (Nottingham)

Mogal-E-Azam opened in 1977 and is a family-run restaurant using decades worth of experience and handed down recipes for a truly authentic Indian dining experience. Made from fresh ingredients and rich flavours, the menu is a strong rival for the title of Chef of the Year.


Restaurant of the Year

This award is the ultimate prize for Indian restaurants in the country. Given to restaurants who strike a perfect balance between amazing curry, a fantastic atmosphere and brilliant customer service, the Restaurant of the Year award is a very competitive title to take.

Anoki (Derby)

One of those restaurants that just has it all, Anoki is known for its faultless service, gorgeous food and stunning decor. From the beautiful curved ceiling down to the finest detail in each dish, Anoki is a standout nominee for Restaurant of the Year.

Chutney (Nottingham)

One of Nottingham’s favourite Indian restaurants, Chutney has a fun, bright interior and relaxed, enjoyable atmosphere. Pair these things with great customer service and wonderful food, Chutney quickly becomes a favourite not only in Nottingham, but spanning the entire country.

Haveli Fine Dining (Nottingham)

It’s fantastic to see a restaurant outside the city centre recognised for such a pretstigious award, and who better to take up the challenge than Haveli. A classically decorated restaurant, Haveli is an Indian restaurant that offers a wonderful experience throughout, including bespoke dishes and devoted staff.

Santhi (Leicester)

Having only opened in 2012, Santhi’s excellent food and fantastic commitment to good service has made the restaurant rise up the ranks to be one of the East Midlands’ favourite curry houses. With Head Chef Sentur passionate about perfect Indian cuisine, it’s unsurprising that Santhi are contenders for this award.

Click on each link to find out more about the fantastic nominees and to see their wonderful menus and interiors. There are plenty of offers on each page too – ideal for getting in some award-winning dining at an affordable price!

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