Pushkar lifts Midland curry title

The Pushkar team celebrate their win.

Pushkar was among the winners at the 11th annual British Curry Awards.
The fine dining Indian restaurant on Birmingham’s Broad Street was one of 11 restaurants to be shortlisted in the Best Restaurant Midlands category and walked away with the honour.
Pushkar’s creative director, Rai Singh said: “We’re absolutely over the moon to have won our first British Curry Award.
The Pushkar team celebrate their win.
“We are always proud to represent Birmingham and the Midlands.
“I’d like to thank everyone who has supported us through the years and we could not have done this without the amazing team behind Pushkar.
“I’d also like to congratulate Pushkar’s younger sibling restaurant Praza on being a finalist in the Best Newcomer category.”
Dubbed the ‘Curry Oscars’, the British Curry Awards honoured the unsung heroes behind the UK’s favourite dish.
The black tie awards ceremony was attended by VIPs including Citizen Khan star Adil Ray, presenter Stephen Mulhern, actor Nitin Ganatra, BBC Asian Network’s Noreen Khan and hosted by BBC newsreader Jane Hill.