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Curry lovers in Wales will be able to vote for their favourite restaurant

By South Wales Evening Post  |  Posted: January 04, 2013

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PEOPLE will be able to cast their votes for their top curry house in Wales.

Indian restaurants across the nation are battling it out to win the coveted title of Welsh Curry House of the Year 2013.

There are more than 280 restaurants who are eligible to take part in the contest.

And voting will get under way as of today.

Berwyn Rowlands, from The Festivals Company, the founders of the competition, said 13,000 votes were cast in last year's contest.

Diners will be able to vote for their favourites between now and January 31 by visiting www.welsh curryhouse.co.uk

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  • Dr_Conker  |  January 08 2013, 9:04AM

    I dont believe there is a single "indian" restaurant in Swansea. They are all run by Pakistani or Bengali's. There is no such word in India as "Curry" Chicken Tikka Massala is a British dish - it doesnt exist in the sub continent! All of them serve mainly North Indian/Punjabi/pakistani menus. You cant get (for example) an Idli, a Masala Dosa or even a cup of Chai in most of these places. The most varied menu as regards indian regions and sweets has to be Peachy Keens I would vote for (in no particular order) Anakari Viceroy Mumbai

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  • jonesjolly  |  January 07 2013, 12:29AM

    you cant beat Noble Balti House in Briton Ferry, excellent currys cooked in front of you, try the lamb madras or chicken briyani absolutely gorgeous!!!

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  • Hedoken97842  |  January 05 2013, 11:19PM

    It has to be zafran in Skewen. Been to curry places in several parts of the world and much of the UK especially london. Been to everywhere in swansea that others have said are good, they all play second fiddle to Zafran to the point where I simply do not want go anywhere else. I they put a bit more chicken in the chicken mekhani I would be most grateful.

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  • Philosoraptor  |  January 05 2013, 6:25PM

    Any curry house whose Tikka Masala is not red and has the consistency of water is worthy of being on the list. But those who do make their Tikka Masala like that have no idea what what they are doing.

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  • krazydiva  |  January 05 2013, 5:55PM

    The best Indian meal I've ever had in Swansea was at The Viceroy of India on St Helen's road, lovely food and brilliant service. Recommend it to anyone.

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  • JohnSW4  |  January 05 2013, 5:48PM

    One of the best curry's you can buy is the jars of Madras sold in Lidls with some of their fresh chicken portions!

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  • JerryLew  |  January 05 2013, 5:33PM

    Raduni Gorseinon gets my vote - sober or not always great service and fantastic food. Good healthy eating if you choose too - obviously other options if you do not want. Also Viceroy of India in Swansea is fantastic.

  • Dooyah  |  January 05 2013, 1:53PM

    Taweformation There are plenty of places that are fantastic but, you are have no taste. And That's your problem. Seasonal Eastern Food needs to be experienced without of a gut full off liquid what you fat slobs throw down your mouth beforehand. Having money helps. I'm not telling you where they are.

  • Dooyah  |  January 05 2013, 1:41PM

    williamwaun Are you a plant?

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  • Dan01  |  January 05 2013, 1:32PM

    You haven't tried Rasoi Pontlliw then!