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Vote for Bradford to retain Curry Capital Title! also Vote Akbar's for Customer Restaurant of the Year 2012!

Vote for Bradford to be Curry Capital 2012! also Vote Akbar's!
Vote for Bradford to be Curry Capital 2012! also Vote Akbar's!

PLEASE VOTE BRADFORD! - Visit fedrest.com before Friday, September 21! (click)  

ALSO YOU CAN VOTE BY EMAIL - (votecity@fedrest.com)

VOTE for AKBAR'S RESTAURANT(click) to be "Customer Restaurant of the Year 2012" or EMAIL: votecity@fedrest.com and VOTE AKBAR'S RESTAURANT. Thank You. 


Bradford is currently bidding to retain its holding of the Curry Capital of Great Britain.  Businesses around the district have teamed up to represent Bradford's popular food culture in the competition. Akbar's Restaurant is amongst the joint forces defending the title in the tenth competition. The joint force consists of great restaurants, including Shimla Spice, Aargrah Shipley and Zouk.

Shabir Hussain

"Speaking at the start of Bradford’s bid yesterday, Shabir Hussain, of Akbars, said he believed the city was in the “premier league of curries” and urged residents to vote in an online poll, which will be taken into consideration by judges from the Federation of Specialist Restaurants." - T&A

“As someone who owns restaurants in cities across the country, I know the standard set in Bradford,” he said.

“It is head and shoulders above the rest of the country. Bradford is the premier league of curries and I hope we win.”

Patricia Tillotson  

"Patricia Tillotson, Bradford Council's visitor economy manager, said the Council would be putting together Bradford’s bid, which will be sent off later this month, and the restaurant owners would be working together to organise a charity event." - T&A

“It’s really important that people who live in Bradford vote,” she said.

Come on everyone!, with our combined force and efforts we can surely WIN!

To vote for Bradford, visit fedrest.com before Friday, September 21. The winner will be announced on October 29.

For T&A article (click here)