Voting has now closed for 2012′s Curry Capital of Britain and the city of Bradford have been awarded with this year’s title.
How Voting Works!
From fundraising, to community involvement to embracing cultural diversity, there’s quite a lengthy process involved when it comes to choosing which city is Curry Capital worthy. It’s not a title that can just be taken with a pinch of salt after all…
From March 26th to August 24th the public is encouraged to vote for their favourite restaurant, one they think should represent their city. This can be done by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Voting closed on August 24th, and the four most popular restaurants from each city will be announced on September 5th. These restaurants will then make up the city’s team.
Team restaurants are asked to host fundraising events during National Curry Week (8th – 14th October 2012) with profits raised going to The Curry Tree Foundation.
10% of the overall marks are awarded for innovative and successful events.
Voting has now closed.
The winner of Curry Capital of the Year 2012 was announced on 29th October.
As well as public votes, restaurants will be judged on the standard of their food, service, hygiene, cleanliness and how they serve their communities.
Also a dossier needs to be submitted by either the city councils or the group/organisation looking after the city’s bid. This needs to explain the to judges why the city should be named Curry Capital.