Tandoori Flames once again nominated for ARTA Best North West Takeaway

Date published: 08 September 2023

Littleborough’s Tandoori Flames takeaway has once again been nominated for the Best North West Takeaway at the Asian Restaurant & Takeaway Awards (ARTA) 2023.

The Church Street Indian takeaway has been running for over five years with a 5-star food hygiene rating and was nominated for the accolade last year.

Tandoori Flames owner Mohi Uddin said: "We would like to thank all of our lovely customers for taking the time to nominate us."

The coveted Asian Restaurants and Takeaway Awards are in recognition of the UK’s best South Asian cuisine across a series of prestigious regional and national categories with the winners announced at a glittering celebrity red-carpet event in London Hilton Park Lane on 8 October.

Customers of ChefOnline, an online platform to order food and book tables on the go and partner of ARTA, were invited to nominate their favourite restaurants and takeaways for the awards before an esteemed panel of judges selected the finalists.

The process concludes at the grand finale and gala evening, where the ultimate winner is announced and honoured with prestigious awards in various categories.

Speaking about the Asian Restaurant & Takeaway Awards 2023, Mohammed Munim, Founder Member and CEO of ARTA, said: “Asian restaurants have made a significant contribution to the UK economy, both historically and in recent times. 

“They deserve recognition and rewards for their efforts. These restaurants have not only created thousands of jobs but have also boosted local economies through their presence, especially post-Brexit.

“To provide staunch support to the thriving Asian restaurants in Britain, ARTA acknowledges and highlights their importance in the culinary landscape. Each nominee is a worthy winner, and we look forward to celebrating with them all at the award ceremony on 8 October.”

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