British Kebab Awards delight for Peterborough city center and Stamford restaurants

Britain's Köfte Kings were pitted against each other when last week's British Kebab 2018 Finalists were unveiled – and The Turkish | Kitchen is proud to show the flag to Peterborough.

The New Road restaurant, located in the city center, has been in the category Best Value Restaurant for the past nine years.

The election is open and winners will be announced on March 12 at a VIP-riddled ceremony at Park Plaza in London.

Members of The Public nominated 5,012 of their favorite kebab stores. These were reduced to a shortlist of 153 (in 16 categories) based on the number of public votes with bonus points for MPs and Council members.

Hygiene, online satisfaction ratings and the number of #BritishKebabAwards tweets of support that a candidate got were also taken into account.

Annette Henn, part of the team behind The Turkish Kitchen, said she was "excited and very excited"

"We did not propose prizes, so that's a big surprise," she said. "We have done very well to get this far, and if it's because our customers like what we do and vote for us, it makes it even better."

"I am very excited and excited, but it is not surprising, because we offer very good value for money in terms of food and service.

" We like to think that we offer delicious food without

In Stamford, The Mad Turk, on St. Paul's Street, is one of 10 finalists to be crowned Best Kebab Restaurant (Regional).

Winners of the Sixth annual awards will be announced following a final round of the British Kebab Awards jury, including former Tory chairman Baroness Warsi, Minister for Children and Families Nadhim Zahawi, Shadow Economy Minister Jonathan Reynolds, Amjad Bashir MEP and Heart Radio presenter Lucy Horobin

Sponsors of the awards include main sponsor Just Eat, Britain's largest takeaway site, as well as Galliard Homes, Cobra Beer, Big K, Alton & Co, and Bira London.

The Founder The award, Ibrahim Dogus, is a serial entrepreneur that owns the popular Troia Kebab restaurant, a venue near Parliament known to MPs. He also founded the Center for Turkish Studies (CEFTUS), a non-profit organization that builds bridges between Turkey and the United Kingdom and between Turkish, Kurdish and Cypriot communities.

He said, "Kebab is fast growing. It's only right that the superheroes be recognized behind this phenomenon."

The annual event is the only one that recognizes the contribution of the kebab industry to the UK economy – in value over £ 2.8 billion a year, supporting around 200,000 jobs. This year's awards will raise money for the charity for bone and soft tissue cancer sarcoma UK.

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