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Cambridge restaurant Pipasha earns regional win at English Curry Awards





Cambridge restaurant Pipasha has been named Restaurant of the Year East of England at the 12th English Curry Awards.

From left, Anika Hye, Mohammed Ahnaf, Modu Miah and Sabina Miah from Pipasha. Picture: Alamin Media
From left, Anika Hye, Mohammed Ahnaf, Modu Miah and Sabina Miah from Pipasha. Picture: Alamin Media

Winners were revealed at a ceremony on August 14 in Birmingham and were praised for their quality, innovation, and consistency.

Modu Miah, co-owner of Pipasha in Newmarket Road, said: “We enjoyed a great night with our family members in attendance and the icing on the cake was for us to be announced as the winner in our region.”

Co-owner Abdul Hye said: “I was on holiday in Italy but keeping a close tab on the awards. Once it was confirmed we’d won, we were all so happy and have been overwhelmed by the responses on our social media.

“We thank our hardworking team, customers, family and friends for all the support. This award is for everyone and proves that since our opening in 1999 we have been committed to providing excellent food and service that brings back generations of customers to Pipasha.”

[Read more: Cambridge Indian restaurants recognised at the 11th English Curry Awards]

For more information, visit pipasha-restaurant.co.uk.



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