The UK’s favourite curry restaurants, as nominated for by the British Public, were announced at the trailblazing and foremost celebration of the industry, British Curry Awards in association with Just Eat, as it returned for its 17th year after the pandemic challenges. The finest curry restaurateurs from across the UK descended on the capital in the hope of being recognised as the best restaurant in their region and honoured with a jewel in the crown of the UK curry restaurant industry award sector at the prestigious ceremony.


Recognised globally as the original and most respected award ceremony in the UK curry industry and the ‘Curry Oscars’, as named by former Prime Minister David Cameron, British Curry Awards once again, on Monday 29th November at Battersea Evolution, welcomed in person prominent personalities from the worlds of politics, sport, showbiz and entertainment alongside celebrity chefs and curry restaurant owners and their staff from across the country.

It was left to Bollywood superstar Abhishek Bachchan, to announce that Broad Street based restaurant, Pushkar Cocktail Bar and Dining, had won the best in West Midlands category despite facing fierce competition from many other well know and popular establishments in Birmingham.  Rai Singh, Creative Director at Pushkar Comments: “Hospitality is facing daily challenges but winning this award has given us hope and motivation to succeed. I’d like to thank everyone who has supported us throughout these difficult times and our quest to keep the Pushkar brand head and shoulders above our competitors will never stop”.