Burgess Hill curry chefs scoop awards

Two Burgess Hill curry chefs scooped awards at a live cooking competition.

Monday, 19th November 2018, 1:34 pm
Updated Monday, 19th November 2018, 1:41 pm

Jhakir Hussain, chef of Flavour in Keymer Road, was runner up for Best Indian Restaurant Chef in Mid Sussex and Fazlur Rahman, chef of Hot and Spicy in Lower Church Road, won Best Indian Takeaway Chef in Mid Sussex.

The Sussex Bangladeshi Caterers Association held the live cooking competition on Sunday, September 16.

Flavour and Hot and Spicy in Burgess Hill scooped awards at the live cooking competition held by the Sussex Bangladeshi Caterers Association

Contestants were judged by three independent judges on hygiene, presentation and taste.

Pru Moore, leader of Burgess Hill Town Council, said: “It was a very glamorous event with lots of music and singing and dancing. It was lively and happy and we are just so pleased Burgess Hill got two awards.”

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