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Hoddesdon curry house in double award win

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A FAMILY business has been named as one of the best in its field.

Hoddesdon’s Tandoori Nights was named runner-up in the best takeaway category at the 10th annual British Curry Awards.

Manager Anhar Uddin attended the awards ceremony, rubbing shoulders with Home Secretary Theresa May. He said: “It was fantastic. It’s a big achievement.

“It was something different for a small business like me.”

The High Street-based restaurant was visited by a mystery shopper and marked on its food and service.

Tandoori Nights was also marked on its involvement in the local community, working with the town’s football teams and Broxbourne-based charity Teens Unite.

Mr Uddin put the success down to his staff, some of whom have been part of the business for more than a decade.

Tandoori Nights was also named best in the east of England a week earlier at the Asian curry awards, but Mr Uddin has his sights on the national title in 2015.

“It is very hard work,” he said.

“Next year I will try even harder.”

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Awards joy for Hoddesdon restaurant Tandoori Nights

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AN Indian takeaway that prides itself on the highest standards has enjoyed awards success.

Tandoori Nights, in High Street, Hoddesdon, has been voted one of the top curry houses in the South-East.

It was a runner-up in the British Curry Awards and won gongs in the Good Food awards and Curry Life awards.

Owner Anhar Uddin said: “Every day we get fresh ingredients, we never buy frozen stuff.

“We also give the best customer service possible.

“We’ve been the top in the borough of Broxbourne since 2003.

“It’s a family business that we’ve been doing for so long.”

Anhar’s brother Anwar is the chef at the restaurant.

Tandoori Nights operates to the highest standards in all areas, Anhar said.

“Since 2007 our hygiene has been top – five stars.

“We keep our hygiene standards high and they couldn’t find anything wrong.”

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Tandoori Nights, Hoddesdon, donates £1,620 to Teens Unite


Hoddesdon restaurant Tandoori Nights has raised £1,620 for Teens Unite to celebrate its 15 year anniversary.

The restaurant gave 20 per cent of all takings between March 10-24, which supports 13-24 year olds with cancer and other illnesses.

Teens Unite Fighting Cancer founder Debbie Pezzani said: “We are so grateful for the donation that Tandoori Nights has made to Teens Unite and we always appreciate the support of local businesses.

“The owner, Anhar Uddin has agreed to now make this an annual fundraiser, which will contribute enormously to the days out and support we provide for the teens we work with.”

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