Queen’s Park curry chef beats off hot competition to scoop culinary award
Talented man’s skills sets cooking contest on fire
A curry chef has proved he is red hot in the kitchen by scooping a prestigious award for his culinary skills.
Motiur Rahman, from Buckner Street, Queens Park, beat off fiery competition to be crowned the winner of the Curry Life’s magazine best Curry Chef Award.
The 46-year-old, who is originally from Bangladesh, serves up mouth-watering dishes ranging such as recipes originating from his motherland like Biran Mas Massala to traditional British favourites including Chicken Tikka Massala at Curry Nights Indian Cuisine Restaurant in Chamberlayne Road, Kensal Rise, where he is the head chef.
Mr Rahman, who has been a chef for 30 years and enjoys a plate of Chicken Bengal Special, said: “I am delighted to win this award and I am very happy to be working for Curry Nights.”
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Syed Belal Ahmed, editor of Curry Life Magazine, said Mr Rahman’s skills were outstanding.
He added: “His dishes stood out amongst a number of Indian restaurants.”
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Islam Uddin Ahmed, restaurant owner, said diners are so pleased with their meals that they often buy Mr Rahman a drink.
Curry Nights Indian Cuisine is open 7 days a week between 12 pm – 2.30 pm (apart from Fridays) and 6pm – 12pm.
Orders for take away deliveries can be made online at www.currynightslondon.co.uk