Rajdoot Hampstead named best Indian restaurant in West London


6:13 PM November 18, 2021

6:49 pm November 18, 2021

A Hampstead favorite was crowned the area’s best Indian restaurant at an awards ceremony celebrating the country’s best curries.

The Rajdoot on Fleet Road won the Best Indian Restaurant in West London category at the 2021 Euro Asia Curry Awards in recognition of its food, customer service and atmosphere.

Its sister restaurant in Marylebone won the Best in Central London and City award.

Rajdoot owner Mohammed Rahman said: “We are very happy to have won two awards this year, especially after such a difficult time during the pandemic.

“This reflects the hard work of our team and the support of our communities. ”

Rajdoot, who has offered a discount to NHS workers throughout the pandemic, opened his first restaurant in Marylebone in 1964.

The Fleet Road restaurant was founded in 2018 by four brothers inspired by their uncle’s success in Paddington Street.

The restaurants are highly rated by customers on TripAdvisor, with the Marylebone branch even winning the reviewer’s website Travelers’ Choice award this year.

More than 200 restaurants and takeaways serving curries, from Indian to Thai, have been nominated for the fifth edition of the Euro Asia Curry Awards this year.

A panel of expert judges scoured the country in search of the best food, customer service and ambiance, before deciding the winners.

The ceremony, held at Mayfair Venue in Romford on Monday evening (15 November), celebrates the UK’s best curry restaurants and the talented and hardworking people behind them.

The Euro Asia Curry Awards were created in 2015 by Bangladeshi chef Shorif Kahn, who has 20 years of industry experience behind him.

He has cooked for many famous people, including Theresa May.

Shorif said, “After such a difficult time for restaurants up and down the country, it’s fantastic to be able to showcase and celebrate some of the most talented and hardworking people in our industry.

“Not only are these companies a huge contributor to the UK economy, they are also loved by their communities.

“It’s wonderful to see them all open again and thrive.”


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