Seven lo­cal fi­nal­ists at food awards

Wicklow People (West Edition) - - NEWS -

SEVEN restau­rants in Wick­low have been an­nounced as fi­nal­ists in five cat­e­gories at the first Ir­ish Asian Food Awards.

The county’s nom­i­nees will com­pete against restau­rants from North­ern Ire­land, Dublin, Le­in­ster, Mun­ster and Con­naught at the cer­e­mony in Dublin on Mon­day, June 24.

Pink Salt In­dian Restau­rant in Bray has been short­listed in the In­dian Restau­rant of the Year cat­e­gory. Chakra by Jaipur ub Grey­stones has been nom­i­nated in the cat­e­gory of Out­stand­ing In­dian Restau­rant of the Year. Royal Park Chi­nese Restau­rant, also in Grey­stones, and East­ern Prom­ise in Wick­low will com­pete for the Chi­nese Restau­rant of the Year award.

Mount Ever­est of Kathmandu, Bray has been short­listed for the Nepalese Restau­rant of the Year. Daata Tan­doori, Wick­low is among the nom­i­nees for Pak­istani Restau­rant of the Year and In­dian Spice in Wick­low is up for Five Star In­dian Take­away of the Year.

The Ir­ish Asian Food Awards are be­ing or­gan­ised by Oceanic Con­sult­ing – a UK based eth­nic con­sult­ing and pro­mo­tions busi­ness. Ir­fan You­nis, CEO of Oceanic Con­sult­ing said:‘Th­ese awards hon­our and give thanks to those in­di­vid­u­als who give their all to de­liver out­stand­ing ser­vices and con­tinue to act as an in­spi­ra­tion to oth­ers as­pir­ing to suc­ceed in the Asian Food in­dus­try. We wish all our fi­nal­ists the very best of luck and are look­ing for­ward to a great night of cel­e­bra­tion.’

The Ir­ish Asian Food Awards will be held at the Blan­chard­stown Crowne Plaza Ho­tel.

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