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Cambridge Indian restaurant Pipasha recognised at the 2021 Restaurant and Bar Awards




Cambridge Indian restaurant Pipasha has been recognised in the 2021 Restaurant and Bar Awards by LUXlife Magazine, winning Community Restaurant of the Year.

Abdul Hye and Modu Miah, co-owners of Cambridge Indian restaurant Pipasha with their Community award
Abdul Hye and Modu Miah, co-owners of Cambridge Indian restaurant Pipasha with their Community award

This accolade comes after the Newmarket Road-based eatery was awarded the Mayor’s Volunteer for Cambridge Award for its contribution to the community during the pandemic.

It launched a donate-a-meal scheme which involved hot food being delivered to the most needy in the community and frontline staff, in partnership with organisations including Cambridge United Community Trust and Cambridge Sustainable Food.

The Community Restaurant of the Year award comes after the establishment was successfully nominated by the public. Along with a trophy, the restaurant has been featured in an article in LUXlife Magazine.

Abdul Hye and Modu Miah – co-owners of Pipasha
Abdul Hye and Modu Miah – co-owners of Pipasha

Co-owners Abdul Hye and Modu Miah said: “The recognition for our community work comes as a complete surprise. We are proud to accept the award on behalf of everyone that played their part and supported us, we simply could not have done it without you all.”

For more on Pipasha, visit pipasha-restaurant.co.uk.

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