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Sidcup restaurant scoops top prize at catering awards

PUBLISHED: 16:39 30 November 2016 | UPDATED: 17:32 30 November 2016

Rachel Allen, winner Tahir Rayhan Choudhury of Jalsha Restaurant, Mike Penning minister of state for armed forces, charity partner Rezaul Kaeem CEO of Human Appeal and host Raj Ghai

Rachel Allen, winner Tahir Rayhan Choudhury of Jalsha Restaurant, Mike Penning minister of state for armed forces, charity partner Rezaul Kaeem CEO of Human Appeal and host Raj Ghai

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The BCA awards were held on Sunday

A Sidcup curry house has ranked among London’s best restaurants at an awards ceremony.

Jalsha Restaurant earned the prestigious BCA Restaurant of the Year award on Sunday evening.

The Bangladesh Caterers Association recognised top chefs and restaurants across the UK at the Park Plaza Hotel in Westminster at the weekend.

Celebrity chef Rachel Allen was alongside Radio and TV host Rhaj Ghai to present the award to Tahir Rayhan Choudhury, owner of the stellar Sidcup restaurant found on Station Road.

The BCA is the umbrella organisation of around 12,000 British-Bangladeshi restaurants which contribute to industry worth an estimate £4billion.

“It’s incredibly vital we recognise and reward all the hard work and dedication British curry houses undertake all over the UK” said BCA president Pasha Khandaker.

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