Curry Capital of Britain – vote for your favourite Glasgow restaurant
Glasgow City Council is looking for your support as they make a bid to win the Curry Capital of Britain 2015, in this the thirteenth year of the competition.
The Lord Provost of Glasgow Sadie Docherty is asking you to vote for your favourite curry restaurant in Glasgow to help the city win the Curry Capital of Britain competition for the fifth year. This is a competition which sees cities from across the UK go head to head for the national title.
Glasgow is battling Bradford with both cities having won the title four times. Glasgow won in 2002, 2003, 2006 and 2010 – and was runner up in 2004, 2005, 2007, 2011, 2012 and 2013.
Previous winning restaurants include Mother India restaurant and café; KoolBa; Mister Singhs, Ashoka Southside and Neelim.
The top four restaurants this year will form part of the council’s bid to win the title, which also includes a bid document from the council.
You can nominate your favourite restaurant by completing the form at the bottom of this page:
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