Welwyn Garden City restaurant scoops top awards

PUBLISHED: 11:39 27 November 2017

The award was presented to Rasel Khan by president of the UK Bangladesh Catalysts of Commerce and Industry (UKBCCI) Bajloor Rashid MBE. 
Picture: PinPep Media.

The award was presented to Rasel Khan by president of the UK Bangladesh Catalysts of Commerce and Industry (UKBCCI) Bajloor Rashid MBE. Picture: PinPep Media.

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Staff at an Indian restaurant in Welwyn Garden City are celebrating after being crowned best restaurant in Hertfordshire and the Home Counties.

The Don Indian Restaurant opened in July 2013 and has been awarded the best restaurant title in Tommy Miah’s International Indian Chef of the Year Awards 2017.

The awards were held at the Ilec Conference Centre in Fulham, London.

Among the 700 guests was Princess Anne.

Rasel Khan, owner of The Don in Cole Green Lane, Welwyn Garden City, said: “It was a great honour to receive this award and I would like to thank The Don team and all our customers who have been supporting us throughout our journey.

“We cook fresh food every day and only use the freshest and finest ingredients.

“We never compromise on our food and always value customer feedback.”

The Don has also been named Best Indian Restaurant in the Home Counties in The Asian Curry Awards 2017

Winners for this award were announced on the Sunday, November 12, at Grosvenor House Hotel in Mayfair, London.


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