Aagrah Leeds City has won the top curry crown for the Best Indian Establishment at the Food Awards England & Wales 2014, which was held in Manchester earlier this week.
The restaurant is part of the Aagrah Restaurant Group which has 15 branches across the Yorkshire region.
Receiving the award at the inaugural ceremony, Director of the branch, Mr Rahman said: “We must thank our customers and our staff, their loyalty, dedication and commitment has helped us achieve this national award.”
The imposing restaurant, based in the heart of Leeds, is on the ground floor of the BBC building.
Never one to take success and a good reputation for granted, Aagrah’s Managing Director, Mohammed Aslam MBE is on an ongoing culinary journey to develop and innovate.
The hugely popular restaurant decor is plush but with a 21st century twist. The colour scheme is dark, dominated by blacks and browns and the lighting muted. Aagrah Leeds City is a high-end restaurant offering amazing value dining with great service.
The Inaugural Food Awards England and Wales was held at the Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel and was attended by hundreds of restaurateurs and food establishment owners from across the country.
Following the footsteps of their Scottish counterparts, The Food Awards England and Wales celebrated and rewarded the very best in English food hospitality, the servers, the specialists and suppliers.
Voted for by the English public, The Food Awards are designed to recognise the efforts of England’s Restaurants, Takeaways, Pub food, Hotel food, Cafes and Bistros, as well as shining the spotlight on the wonderful local producers who provide their delicious ingredients.