Surrey based Chak 89 battles for Tiffin Cup award
Indian restaurant Chak 89, has been nominated for the prestigious Tiffin Cup award which seeks to find the best South Asian restaurant in the country.
The Tiffin Cup is an exclusive national competition which attracted 121 nominees in 2015 alone, restaurants are nominated by their local MP’s for a final ‘cook-off’ which is held at the Houses of Commons in July where the winner is decided.
Flavours By Kumar based in Ramsgate won the 2015 edition of the prestigious Tiffin Cup.
Frank Khalid, Director of Chak 89 said, “We are very proud to have been nominated by Siobhan McDonagh, who often dines at Chak 89 and has blessed us with her company on several occasions. To be judged by MP’s from across the UK is a very exciting opportunity for us, and the fact it is a national award makes it even more challenging. We are looking forward to seeing what’s to come for us this year – this is the start of bigger and better things!”
Mitcham and Morden MP, Siobhan McDonagh recently held the local Labour Party Dinner at Chak 89 with the support of ex-Prime Minister Tony Blair. The dinner, attended by high dignitaries and Government officials, was said to be a semi-formal event, where Tony Blair himself presented Chak89 Director Frank Khalid, with a signed gift for his involvement in organising the evening.
Chak 89 has won a string of awards in the past taking home the British Curry Awards 2012, and the English Curry Awards 2011/2013.