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Bromley Indian restaurant bags prize at British Curry Awards

PUBLISHED: 12:00 03 December 2017

The team at the British Curry Awards. Picture: Shampan Group

The team at the British Curry Awards. Picture: Shampan Group

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A Bromley restaurant bagged a top prize at the curry industry’s ‘Oscars’.

Sufian Miah, group managing director for Shampan Group, at the British Curry Awards. Picture: Shampan GroupSufian Miah, group managing director for Shampan Group, at the British Curry Awards. Picture: Shampan Group

Shampan Bromley, part of Kent’s Shampan Group, won the ‘best in outer London suburbs’ category at the British Curry Awards, held at Battersea Evolution on Monday, November 27.

The eatery, in Chatterton Road, Chatterton Village, is Bromley’s oldest Indian restaurant, and utilises a blend of traditional and contemporary cooking.

Sufian Miah, group managing director for Shampan Group, who was handed the trophy, said after the win: “As a leading Indian restaurant group, we have been very fortunate to have an award for our restaurants at the British Curry Awards before, but this is the first time that Shampan Bromley has won.

“I’m completely over the moon and what this award does is not only validates all the hard work my team put in, but also the great love and loyalty our clientele have for us and I’m extremely grateful to them to have voted for us.”

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