Rubery Indian restaurant up for regional award - The Bromsgrove Standard

Rubery Indian restaurant up for regional award

Bromsgrove Editorial 21st Aug, 2023   0

A RUBERY Indian restaurant and takeaway has been nominated for a regional award.

Delhi 45 has been shortlisted for the Regional Restaurant of the Year at Britain’s Top Asian Restaurant and Takeaway Awards (ARTA) which recognise craft, creativity and great taste in the restaurant industry.

The Indian ‘Streatery’ on New Road, has been named among the top 10 in the West Midlands with the winner being crowned at the London Hilton Park Lane on October 8.

Nominations for the awards are chosen based on customer feedback, social media and food hygiene ratings and winners will be chosen by a panel of judges.

The awards ceremony will be hosted by BBC journalist and broadcaster, Samantha Simmonds and magician, Paul Martin.

The ARTA awards also offer accolades such as takeaway of the year, best fine dine restaurant, national chef of the year and national newcomer of the year.




A spokesperson for Delhi 45 Indian Streatery said: “This is all down to our drive to provide the best possible food.

“Without our customers we are nothing.


“Thanks to all of you who have supported us for the last two years.”

Mohammed Munim, founder and CEO of ARTA, said: ÔÇťAsian restaurants have made a significant contribution to the UK economy, both historically and in recent times.

“They deserve recognition and rewards for their efforts.

“Each nominee is a worthy winner, and we look forward to celebrating with them all at the award ceremony.”

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