Could Chutney Ivy Be ‘Curry King’ Of UK?

Hot off the heels of their sixth consecutive Michelin recommendation, Chutney Ivy is proud to announce that they have made the finals as ‘Best Restaurant’ in The British Curry Awards 2016 for the second year running which takes place annually in London at the end of November – in fact, they will be flying the flag for Leicester as they do so.

The British Curry Awards which is considered by many as the ‘Oscars of the Curry World’ attracting leading industry figures and world-wide celebrities and politicians will be taking place at

The Evolution in Battersea, Chelsea on Monday 28th November.

Chutney Ivy have not only been recommended by the acclaimed Michelin Guide 2017 and made the finals of the British Curry Awards, but also shortlisted for the Leicestershire Tourism Awards. The restaurant really is on a roll!

On being nominated for the British Curry Awards – for the second year running – co-owner of Chutney Ivy, Shaf Islam, said; "When we received the letter of our nomination and shortlist, we were thrilled. We work exceptionally hard to be the best restaurant we can be – you can hopefully taste our love and dedication in every dish. To be awarded at the prestigious British Curry Awards would be a fantastic achievement after an already exceptional year."

Situated in the chic, Cultural Quarter of Leicester, Chutney Ivy offers a contemporary Indian fine dining experience with classic Indian hospitality, far away from your average curry house. Their highly trained chefs fuse the very best of traditional Indian cooking techniques with the freshest ingredients and their inimitable contemporary twists.

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