All the Glasgow restaurants nominated in the 2022 Asian Curry Awards - here’s how to vote for your favourite
Public voting is now open for the UK-wide Asian Curry Awards - meaning you can vote for your favourite curry in Glasgow, to help support hospitality in the city.
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The longlist for this year’s Asian Curry Awards has been revealed, along with the announcement of the creation of an inaugural ‘Pat Chapman Memorial Award’ - to honour its long-time chairman of judges, who sadly died in July.
A record number of nominees will now be whittled down by online public vote, before visiting judges determine the eventual winners. These winners will be honoured at a glitter awards ceremony at London’s Grosvenor House on 20 November.
The nominees for Glasgow are:
- Charcoals Restaurant, Glasgow
- Multan Tandoori, Paisley
- Swadish By Ajay Kumar, Glasgow
- Millennium Balti, Glasgow
With restaurateurs facing rising food prices, increased energy costs, staff shortages, and customers experiencing a cost-of-living crisis, Yawar Khan, Chairman of the Asian Catering Federation (ACF), urged the public to cast their votes, as a prestigious accolade can have a significant boost to an establishment’s bottom line.
Yawar Khan said: “Every week I hear from another owner closing their restaurant because they cannot see an end in sight to the economic situation – but an award win can bring a massive upsurge in trade.
“For customers wanting to help their favourite restaurants survive, their votes can be crucial.”
This year winners will also be included in the ACF’s new ‘One Hundred Top Curry Restaurants’ guide.
The Asian Curry Awards cover all Asian and Oriental cuisines: Bangladeshi, Burmese, Chinese, Filipino, Indian, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Malaysian, Middle Eastern, Pakistani, Singaporean, Sri Lankan, Thai, Turkish and Vietnamese.
How to vote
Spice lovers can vote for their favourite Asian restaurants and takeaways via the award’s website.