Curry Capital of Britain awards

And the winner is!…..

The Curry Capital of Britain awards for 2012 have now concluded and the beating heart of British curry – the city of Bradford – have retained their title. Glasgow and Bradford both achieved 83 out of 100 points from the judges. However it was the public vote that landed Bradford with the title, with more than 300,000 public votes being cast throughout the competition for all of the competing cities.

This year, for the first time, hungryhouse were an official sponsor of the awards (organised as part of National Curry Week), once again demonstrating our passion and commitment to the Indian food industry in Britain.

We’re proud to be sponsoring the Curry Capital of Britain Awards, after all, the awards are for a good cause – The Curry Tree Charitable Fund – which distributes funds to victims of natural disasters in the Indian subcontinent.

With profiles on each major city and their respective representative restaurants, we’ve created an in-depth guide to this year’s favourites. But we don’t just want to present facts and figures, we’ve also gone behind the headlines to interview the Council Leaders and restaurant owners who play a pivotal role in showcasing not only their delicious food, but also the community spirit and love for curry that their cities possess.

Our dedicated Curry Campaign section will keep you up to date with all of the twists and turns of the competition with infographics, features and news. Plus, as always, there will be one or two competitions thrown into the mix ;)

This year’s competition promises to be the most action-packed and exciting yet, and with the hungryhouse “Curry Aficiandos” you’ll never miss one bit of the action!

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