The Good Food Awards said: “Thank you for taking part, we like to recognise those hard-working and conscientious owners who go that extra mile in providing Good Food.”
The Good Food Awards are compiled, scored and written each year so there are always new entries and deletions. They are based on delicious dishes, the ranking amongst competitors, consistent positive customer feedback and a great Food Hygiene Score.
Chef and owner Litu Mohiuddin commented that “It is an honour to be recognised by the Good Food Awards for the second year running. The awards are by invitation only and each year venues are hand-picked to join the top awards programme, so we are very proud to have this symbol of being the very best in our field.”
When you step through the doors of the charming restaurant, based in the historic Montpellier area of Cheltenham, you will be transported to another time and place – India during the British Raj period between 1858 and 1947. Taking recipes and creations from this legendary era of culinary innovation and transforming them with a contemporary twist, providing guests with delicious, mouth-watering, authentic tastes of Anglo-Indian Cuisine. With flavours inspired by far-flung places, home grown herbs and freshly ground spices which are then combined with the freshest produce from local farmers in the Cotswolds, the result is an exquisite dining experience fit for a British Raj.
East India Cafe, 103 Promenade, Cheltenham, GL50 1NW would like to thank all of their customers, old and new for their support since they opened their doors in 2014.