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#FtLionAwards 2019 - Best Curry House of the Year? Patri

#FtLionAwards 2019 – Best Curry House of the Year?

After the #FtLionAwards 2019 Best Burger of the Year (proudly sponsored by non alcoholic distribution company Azanti, which promotes a #soberlifestyle), we continue with Best Curry House of the Year.

And we want you to participate because not only do you have the chance of voting for your favourite on our Instagram and Facebook pages, but you’ll also be entered into our prize draw with the chance of winning a special box of six premium beverages by Azanti.

So we want you to either: 1) vote for the following nominees, or 2) let us know both your favourite dish and the place you had it, all on our Facebook page.


koolcha #FtLionAwards 2019 - Best Curry House of the Year?

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Koolcha is Michelin chef Rohit Ghai’s move away from fancy gastronomy and towards the world of casual contemporary dining. The food was, by and large, well executed, with definite signs of precision, craft and attention to detail. Koolcha concentrates on offering jazzed up street-style food, with management having confirmed: “All our lamb and chicken Halal. We always cook with care and there is no other  meat being served at KoolCha apart from Halal lamb and chicken.”

With an eye on attracting the young and vibrant crowd of Wembley to Boxpark, west London, we rated them a solid 3.5/5, with our readers considering them slightly better at 4/5.


#FtLionAwards 2019 - Best Curry House of the Year? Kutis-Brasserie

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Moving outside London and to the historical and breathtakingly beautiful landmark of The Royal Pier in Southampton where Kuti’s Brasserie has taken up residence, this multi-award winning establishment is currently up for our Best Kebab of the year award.

There’s no denying the expertise with which they presented their stunningly delicious tandoori kebabs and sheer quality of the meat sourced. And with curries that were above average, we also adjudged them 3.5/5, although you guys consider them far better at 4.5/5!


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Maharani in Ipswich, Suffolk, has been serving its community for the better part of a quarter of a century, having been launched back in 1993. This place has been the recipient of a number of awards, and their menu was recently updated with the introduction of a vegan sub-menu.

Impressively, there was no dumbing-down with this Indian and Bangladeshi restaurant, with well executed curries that were strong and bold in flavour, and by and large well balanced. Furthermore, everything from the tandoor oven was superbly done too. As a result, while we rated them 3.5/5, you guys consider them average at 2.5/5.


#FtLionAwards 2019 - Best Curry House of the Year? Patri

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Patri in west London is the highest rated curry house to be nominated with 4.5/5 by both us and you. With two mains – one being a Murgh Makhani curry – and a kebab platter, this award-winning restaurant consistently presented outstanding curries that were executed distinctly by head chef, Vijendra Rana, who knows his trade. Each one had its own distinct tone and flavour, making them memorable in their own right.

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