Halal restaurant winners at the Scottish Curry Awards 2018

Scottish Curry Awards 2018 Winners

Halal restaurants were well represented at the 11th annual Scottish Curry Awards held at Glasgow’s Crowne Plaza hotel on the banks of the River Clyde yesterday.

While the awards aim at celebrating the efforts and service of the Scottish Curry industry, the evening also helped fundraise for the Well Foundation.

Organised by Oceanic Consulting, its CEO, Irfan Younis, said: “The Scottish Curry Awards is one of the very first events which we did so it is very dear to us. Throughout the last ten years, we have admired the tenacity of the curry industry despite the numerous challenges. The Scottish Curry Awards is one of the few times when the industry’s establishments and individuals are recognised and we’d like to congratulate all of this year’s nominees and winners.”

The success of the Scottish Curry Awards is what led to the creation of the English Curry Awards, as well as the inaugural London Curry Awards which is due to take place later this month on the 30th.

Here is a complete list of the winners this year:

  • Restaurant of the Year North Scotland went to Alma Indian Restaurant and Bar (Laurencekirk)
  • Restaurant of the Year Central Scotland went to Tulsi Fine Dining Indian & Thai Restaurant (St Andrews)
  • Restaurant of the Year South West went to Taj Tandoori (Prestwick)
  • Restaurant of the Year South East went to Bay Leaf Indian Restaurant (Livingston)
  • Restaurant of the Year Overall Winner is Bay Leaf Indian Restaurant (Livingston)
  • Best Dining Experience of the Year North Scotland went to India on the Green (Ballater)
  • Best Dining Experience of the Year Central Scotland went to Nawaab of Perth (Perth)
  • Best Dining Experience of the Year South West went to Multan Tandoori (Paisley)
  • Best Dining Experience of the Year South East went to Delhi’s Winter Linlithgow (Linlithgow)
  • Best Dining Experience of the Year Overall Winner is Multan Tandoori (Paisley)
  • Best Loved Restaurant North Scotland went to Sampan Indian Restaurant (Wellmeadow)
  • Best Loved Restaurant Central Scotland went to Everest Inn (Perth)
  • Best Loved Restaurant South West went to Cinnamon (Glasgow)
  • Best Loved Restaurant South East went to Khushi’s Dunfermline (Dunfermiline)
  • Best Loved Restaurant Overall Winner is Khushi’s Dunfermline (Dunfermiline)
  • Best of Glasgow went to Turban Tandoori
  • Best of Edinburgh went to Shezan Edinburgh
  • Best of Aberdeen went to Shahbaaz
  • Best of Dundee went to Rishis Indian Aroma
  • Takeaway of the Year North Scotland went to 5 in 1 takeaway (Montrose)
  • Takeaway of the Year Central Scotland went to The Aladdins Indian Takeaway (Perth)
  • Takeaway of the Year South West went to Mr Chef (Wishaw)
  • Takeaway of the Year South East went to Indian Flavour (Edinburgh)
  • Takeaway of the Year Overall Winner is Mr Chef (Wishaw)
  • Home Delivery of the Year of the Year North Scotland went to Eastern Eye (Aberdeen)
  • Home Delivery of the Year of the Year Central Scotland went to Indiano’s (Falkirk)
  • Home Delivery of the Year of the Year South West went to Bay Leaf Bistro & Takeaway (Bearsden)
  • Home Delivery of the Year of the Year South East went to Station India (Edinburgh)
  • Home Delivery of the Year of the Year Overall Winner is Bay Leaf Bistro & Takeaway (Bearsden)
  • Outstanding Indian TakeAway Of The Year went to Tandoori Plus (Glasgow)
  • Manager of the Year went to The Qismat Tandoori (Elgin)
  • Best Restaurant Ambience went to Spice Tandoori (Morayshire)
  • Outstanding Indian Restaurant went to Annaya’s Indian Restaurant (Helensburgh)
  • Team of the Year went to Mister Singh’s India (Glasgow)
  • Outstanding Curry of the Year went to Tabla Indian Restaurant (Perth)
  • Curry Legends went to Britannia Spice (Edinburgh)
  • Chef of the Year (Voter’s Choice) went to Taj Tandoori (Prestwick)
  • Chef of the Year (Industry Choice) went to The Radhuni (Loanhead)
  • Customer Service of the Year went to Dalshannon Farm Indian Restaurant (Cumbernauld)
  • Curry Lover of the Year went to Yusuf Youth Initiative (Dundee)
  • Curry King or Queen went to Charcoals (Glasgow)
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