Top specialists, servers and suppliers in the English food industry are announced
Thousands of nominations came in from across England with the public voting for their favourites to reward the best in the English food industry.
The black-tie event will take place at the Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel on Monday the 2nd of October.
Prana Indian Restaurant, Cambridge has been shortlisted in the Best Indian Establishment – South category. Prana will find out if they will be crowned winners at the elegant ceremony taking place in October.
“We are very excited to be shortlisted and are looking forward to the awards ceremony. Prana won in the same category last year, it is a great achievement to be shortlisted consecutively.” Kobir Ahmed – Managing Director
The fourth annual Food Awards England seek to distinguish and show appreciation to those establishments and professionals in the food industry that serve us the best dishes, as well as help us to explore new flavours and cuisines from different cultures.
The awards celebrate and reward the very best in the English food sector. Based on a public vote, the awards commend the talented individuals and businesses dedicated to constantly delivering high-quality dishes, produce and supplies to ensure impeccable service to their customers.
The glamorous night promises to be the biggest and most memorable event in the food industry calendar this year with a range of accolades to be presented to the most deserving professionals and businesses in the field, including Meat Supplier of the Year, Chef of the Year, Cooking School of the Year, Restaurant of the Year and many more.
Irfan Younis of event organisers Creative Oceanic commented, “We are delighted to see so many people getting involved in the Food Awards England. We have had a fantastic response from the public over the years and we are looking forward to welcoming and commending successful food industry professionals in a celebration of their tireless work. We would like to wish all the finalists the best of luck.”