This curry house has just been voted the best in Norfolk

A photo of the front of the winning restaurant. Photo: Google Maps

A photo of the front of the winning restaurant. Photo: Google Maps - Credit: Archant

The best curry house in the county has been announced.

The mayor of Great Yarmouth enjoying a curry at the winning restaurant. Photo: Savoy Tandoori

The mayor of Great Yarmouth enjoying a curry at the winning restaurant. Photo: Savoy Tandoori - Credit: Archant

Fighting off tough competition from in a hotly contested category, the 'Best Indian Restaurant in Norfolk' was officially unveiled at a glistening ceremony in London.

The Savoy Tandoori in Regent Road, Great Yarmouth won the coveted award at the Euro Asia Curry Awards.

MORE: Norfolk's nine best curry houses according to TripAdvisor reviewsThe seaside restaurant picked up the accolade after being judged by a panel of industry experts.

The Euro Asia Curry Awards ceremony aims to promote Bangladeshi cuisine across the UK and the rest of the world and also raises money for needy people in the Asian country.

The winners from the Savoy Tandoori. Photo: Z Camera

The winners from the Savoy Tandoori. Photo: Z Camera - Credit: Archant

The mayor of Great Yarmouth Kerry Robinson-Payne visited the restaurant to present staff with the certificate and trophy and enjoy a complimentary meal.


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Chef Kayas Miah had previously won 'Best Main Course' at the Great Yarmouth Curry Chef of the Year Awards in 2014.

The Savoy Tandoori winners recieving their award. Photo: Nahid Jaigirdar

The Savoy Tandoori winners recieving their award. Photo: Nahid Jaigirdar - Credit: Archant

The winners from the Savoy Tandoori in Great Yarmouth at the awards ceremony in London. Photo: Zahid

The winners from the Savoy Tandoori in Great Yarmouth at the awards ceremony in London. Photo: Zahid Jaigirdar - Credit: Archant

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