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Issue 174

June 2011

MoFo Awards announced for 2011

 

 


Bombay Brasserie


Chutney Mary

In the third year of the MoFo Best in Britain Awards, the organisers have switched back to the old system of the original BIBAs and chosen the Top 30 restaurants in the country plus 70 supporting restaurants to make up the Top 100.

The awards were decided by a mix of public votes via The Federation of Specialist Restaurants (fedrest.com) website and our editorial panel and include some exciting new restaurants as well as several old favourites.

MoFo Best In Britain Awards 2011

Top 30

Mango Lounge - Windsor : Jaipur - Milton Keynes : Vatika - Wickham : Chez Mumtaj - St Albans : Cinnamon Culture - Bromley : Lasan - Birmingham : Café Spice Namaste - London E1 : Dockmasters - London E14 : Babur - London SE23 : Amaya - London SW1 : Cinnamon Club - London SW1 : Quilon - London SW1 : Bombay Brasserie - London SW7 : Benares - London W1 : Itihaas - Birmingham : Chutney Mary - London W10 : La Porte des Indes - London W1 : Spice Market - London W1 : Tamarind - London W1 : Brilliant - Southall : The Cumin - Nottingham : Britannia Spice - Edinburgh : Café India - Glasgow : Mem-Saab - Northampton : Massala - Cobham : Le Raj - Epsom : India Dining - Warlingham : Chilli Pickle - Brighton : Moksh - Cardiff : Mumtaz - Bradford

Top 100 (Click here for full list)

70 other restaurants all over Britain have been given awards to support the 'Top 30' to bring the total of MoFo award winning restaurants up to 100 as in the past. These restaurants range from Malik's in Cookham to Dilli in Altrincham ; Indian Ocean in Ashton under Lyne to Sesame in New Malden.

With some 9500 'Indian' restaurants in Britain it is regarded as a considerable achievement to get into the Best in Britain Top 100 but it also shows the tremendous quality in depth of the industry. Several establishments such as the very interesting Venue in Dudley narrowly missed out this year indicated the high standards in the industry.

Next year is, of course, London Olympic year so the pressure will soon be on to be part of the 2012 awards list and be a recommended restaurant for visitors to the London Olympics from the world over

 

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