The Official Scottish Curry Awards 2022 have announced the finalists for their 14th awards. The awards have now run for over a decade and exist to recognise and celebrate the devotion, service and delicious food served by the best Asian restaurants and takeaways across Scotland.
The black-tie awards ceremony has been announced for the 13th June at the Marriott Glasgow Hotel.
Here are the 5 best Indian takeaways on What The Fork according to the Scottish Curry Awards5
Bombay Lounge, Dalkeith
Bombay Lounge is Dalkeith’s family-run multi-award winning Indian and Bangladeshi restaurant and takeaway. It was established in 2010 and is based in what was formerly Sam’s Bar, a 120 year old traditional building, which has been transformed into a beautiful spacious, modern restaurant, boasting a beer garden and barbecue area.
A massive congratulations to them, as this year they are nominated for two awards at the Scottish Curry Awards: Indian Restaurant of the Year (South East) and Most Wanted Indian Restaurant of the Year.
They are available for collection everyday between 3pm and 10pm and for delivery between 4:30pm and 9:30pm. Pre-order up to 5 days in advance through What The Fork and get 10% off your first order with code ‘BOMBAY10’!
The Dine, Broxburn
The Dine is located on East Main Street in Broxburn, West Lothian. They won the Best Loved Restaurant at the Scottish Curry Awards 2021. This year they are nominated for two categories at the Scottish Curry Awards 2022, the Best Dining Experience of the Year, and Takeaway and Home Delivery of the Year.
The Dine is open for delivery and collection from 3pm to 9:30pm on Sunday and Tuesday, 3:30pm to 9:30pm on Wednesday and Thursday, and 3:30pm to 10:30pm on Friday and Saturday. Order now through What The Fork!
Itihaas is a family run multi-award-winning Indian and Bangladeshi restaurant which was established in 1997. Their incredible food is served with huge passion around the Indian and Bangladeshi cuisines.
Itihaas has an impressive six thousand followers on their Facebook and 4.6 star rating on Google across over 380 reviews, so it doesn’t come as a shock that it is nominated for the Curry Restaurant of the Year at the Scottish Curry Awards.
They are open for lunch collection 12pm to 2pm everyday except Tuesday, and reopen for dinner collection and delivery from 4:45pm to 10:30pm on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, and from 4:15pm to 10:30pm Friday to Sunday. Order now through What The Fork app.
The Radhuni, Edinburgh
Established in 2011, The Radhuni is Loanhead’s only Indian and Bangladeshi restaurant. The family run restaurant prides itself on serving dishes that are a fusion of time-honoured recipes and ingredients combined with contemporary culinary know-how.
The Radhuni has won many awards over the years and has been nominated for even more! This year it is nominated for two awards at the Scottish Curry Awards, Best of Edinburgh and Community Champions.
They are open for lunch collection from 12pm to 2pm Tuesday to Saturday, and for dinner collection and delivery Tuesday to Thursday from 4:45pm to 10:30pm, Friday and Saturday 4:15pm to 10:30pm and Sunday 2pm to 10pm. Order now through What The Fork!
Curry Heights, Dunfermline
Curry Heights is a unique Indian takeaway based on Inverkeithing High Street. Established in the late 00’s by 2 brothers who wanted to bring authentic Indian cuisine to Inverkeithing.
This year they are nominated for Takeaway of the Year (central Scotland) at the Scottish Curry Awards.
They are open for delivery and collection from 4:15pm to 8:40pm on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, and from 4:15pm to 9:45pm on Friday and Saturday. Order through What The Fork and get 10% off your first order with code ‘FIRST10’.