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The spectacular black tie Awards Ceremony will be held on Sunday 19th October in the Great Room at Grosvenor House Hotel in London and hosted by Jon Culshaw, one of the country’s most popular impressionists, when the winners will be announced.

The British Curry Awards are, without doubt, the benchmark for excellence within the curry industry and, on the night, all the finalists will be simultaneously announced to international, national and local media in order to maximise the business benefits for all the worthy winners. News of the awards will also be beamed to over 150 countries across Europe, North America and Asia.

Over sixty very special people enjoyed a banquet at Rajnagar International restaurant recently.

A champagne reception and gourmet’s delight awaited guests who joined owner, Dr. M. G. Moula Miah in a double-celebration. The multi-award winning Lyndon Road, Olton restaurant had reached its twenty-third birthday having been creatively and expertly refurbished for the occasion

Among the guests at the banquet were The Mayor and Mayoress of Solihull, Councillor Norman Davies and his wife Brenda, Lorely Burt MP, The Deputy High Commissioner of Bangladesh, Sky sports presenter, Gary Newbon accompanied by his wife, Katie and ITV’s Llewella Bailey. They were joined by friends and loyal customers many of whom had dined at the restaurant every week since its launch in 1987.

In his opening remarks, Moula welcomed everybody to the banquet and hoped they would have a thoroughly enjoyable evening. He cited the importance of loyal customers and good friends especially during the difficult economic times of the past two years which has seen many fine restaurants close their doors for good. In this connection Moula feels it is more important than ever to retain the highest possible standards in décor, ambience, superb cuisine and great service, all of which the restaurant is justifiably renowned for.

Moula Miah also owns Restaurant Barajee in Broad Street, Birmingham and Shades of Raj in Station Road, Solihull.

 

Rajnagar International Restaurant is finalist in prestigious award

Solihull’s multi award-winning Rajnagar International restaurant, currently celebrating its 21st anniversary, has been nominated as a finalist in the 2008 British Curry Awards.

Rajnagar International is certainly no stranger to these awards as the restaurant won the “Best restaurant in the Midlands” and “Top 10 in the UK” award for an unprecedented two years running in 2005/06 and 2006/07.

 
From left to right
Mrs. Katie Newbon, Deputy High Commissioner of Bangladesh, Mr. Faisal Ahmed, Mayoress of Solihull, Mrs. Brenda Davies, Mayor of Solihull, Councillor Norman Davies, Dr. M.G. Moula Miah and his wife Farhana, Lorelt Burt MP, Gary Newbon and Llewella Bailey.
The newly refurbished restaurant. from left to right
Andy Grey (Sky TV), Gary Newbon (Sky TV), Lewella Bailey (Central TV), Mrs. M. G. Moula Miah, Dr. M. G. Moula Miah (Rajnagar, International Restaurant), Gaynor Whitby, Tony Iommi (Black Sabbath), Mike Whitby (Leader, Birmingham City Council)
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Dr. M. G. Moula Miah (Rajnagar International Restaurant), Tony Hicks (The Hollies), Shar Jahan (Star Group)
 

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“The night the stars came out”

Following the success at the British Curry Awards by Solihull restaurant, Rajnagar International, the stars came out to celebrate.

Rajnagar International, winner of ‘Best Restaurant in the Midlands’ and ‘Top 10 in the UK’ categories held a champagne reception and banquet recently at the Lyndon Road restaurant, hosted by Sky TV’s Gary Newbon.

70 guests, including celebrities of stage, screen and television, tucked into a veritable feast of Asian cuisine, amply washed down by some of the finest wines from around the world.

British curry awards 2006/07
”Red hot favourite wins again for the Midlands”

Solihull-based restaurant Rajnagar International scooped the Best Restaurant in the Midlands trophy for an unprecedented second time at The British Curry Awards held on Sunday 17th September. Britain's Top Ten curry restaurants were announced in front of more than 1,000 restaurant aficionados, celebrities, public figures, MPs and other high profile dignitaries.

The glittering ceremony was hosted by ITN news presenter, Alistair Stewart OBE at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London. Gary Newbon, Ulrika Johnsson, James Wale, Rolf Harris, Peter Jones, Jim Rosenthal, Rhodri Williams, Andy Scott-Lee, Gary Cockerill and Tony Hicks were amongst the glitterati who attended. This year, the British Curry Awards presented culinary Goddess, author and presenter Madhur Jaffrey with the ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’

In an effort to find Britain’s Top 10 Regional Curry Restaurants, the British Curry Awards recognised, congratulated and honoured the contribution and extraordinary achievements of British Asian restaurateurs, who play a significant role in contributing to the nation’s economy and wealth on a national level. Awards were given to 100 publicly nominated Indian restaurants from the UK and within that 100, special recognition was awarded to the Top 10 Regional winners. All awards were adjudicated by an independent panel of food experts and this year the event received over 20,000 public nominations, making the event the most objective and representative curry awards of its kind.

Rajnagar International, which opened in 1987, has picked up many prestigious awards over the years and is also one of a very select number of Indian restaurants to be ‘highly recommended’ in the Michelin Restaurant Guide.

Owner, Dr. M. G. Moula Miah said: “This is really great news. To have won this award once was fabulous, but to win a second time shows we really must be doing something right. After last years award, we updated the restaurant to create something rather special for our customers to enjoy. I don’t know what we will be doing this year but we will certainly be having ‘a bit of a do’ later on, in order to celebrate.”

The British Curry Awards were held in association with Lloyds TSB Cardnet and has become the largest and most prestigious event of its kind in the world.

Rajnagar International is the trading name of Rajnagar Tendoori Restaurant Limited, registered in England and Wales, Registered Number: 4027065
Registered Office: Old Bank Chambers, 582-586 Kingsbury Road, Erdington, Brimingham, B24 9ND.
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