Calcutta curries favour with residents

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One of the city’s favourite Indian restaurants, Calcutta Brasserie in Stony Stratford, is celebrating after being awarded a place in the prestigious Cobra Good Curry Guide 2012.

Of the 9,000 Indian restaurants in the UK, only one per cent, around 100, succeeded in achieving the very high standard of excellence required to receive this exclusive title.

Mo Abdul, proprietor at the Calcutta Brasserie said: ‘We are honoured to be listed in The Good Curry Guide 2012. We work hard to create a customer experience where people can sample authentic Indian cuisine in an atmospheric environment, the fact that we have been nationally recognised for this is a fantastic achievement.”

The Good Curry Guide was founded by Pat Chapman in 1982 and is considered by media and restaurants alike to be the definitive authority on Indian cuisine in the UK.

Established as the only critical guide to the 1,000 best Curry Restaurants and Balti Houses in Britain, each restaurant is assessed for price, style and quality of food, service, vegetarian availability, BYO, takeaway info, home delivery service, and more.