Kuti’s Brasserie, the new fine dining Indian restaurant which opened in on the historic Royal Pier in Southampton this summer, has received three major accolades inside a week.
On Sunday 17th November restaurateur Kuti Miah and chef Ravi Rai completed an incredible week when they were presented with the trophy for Best Newcomer, from BBC TV News presenter, Babita Sharm at the Asian Curry Awards 2018 at Grosvenor House, Park Lane in Mayfair.
Earlier in the week Kuti’s Brasserie was named Restaurant of the Year by Scottish-based celebrity chef Tommy Miah at his International Indian Chef of the Year Awards 2018, also in London.
A remarkable triple began when the restaurant received a prestigious Certificate of Excellence from Cobra Good Curry Guide Editor, Pat Chapman.
“This is the proudest week of my life and is testament to the hard work we’ve put in in creating one of the most impressive destination venues on the south coast,” said Kuti Miah.
Pat Chapman, who is also chairman of the judges for the Asian Curry Awards agreed: “Kuti’s is unique, located in an iconic historical landmark, where the expertly cooked food matches the distinctive venue,” he said.
Tommy Miah echoed the sentiments, saying: “I know how hard the team at Kuti’s Brasserie work to serve their community, and we are delighted to recognise their brilliant service … with our highest business award.
Set in an imposing two-story property, Kuti’s Brasserie has four dining areas with 110 covers on the ground floor; 60 on the first floor; 30 upstairs in the Chandelier Cocktail Bar; and 60 additional seats on the outdoor rooftop terrace, with views across Southampton Water.