SEVERAL restaurants across Oxfordshire are in the running to pick up a prize at the English Curry Awards next month.

Leading the way ahead of the ceremony in Birmingham is Oxford’s Delhish Vegan Kitchen.

The St Clement’s restaurant has been shortlisted for two gongs – kitchen of the year, and vegetarian restaurant of the year.

For the kitchen of the year award, Kidlington’s Ovisher Indian Restaurant is also shortlisted.

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Vying for the south east’s restaurant of the year is three county eateries – The Standard in Walton Street, The Vine & Spice in Long Wittenham, and Banbury’s The Indian Queen.

Five Oxfordshire restaurants are competing for the south east’s curry restaurant of the year.

These are Cinnamons (Wheatley), Gurkha Village (Kidlington), Iffley Kitchen (Oxford), The Snooty Mehmaan (Faringdon), and Kolkata (Didcot).

Bombay Express in Oxford and Kidlington’s Tandoori Night will fight for the south east’s takeaway and home delivery of the year award.

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This story was written by Liam Rice, he joined the team in 2019 as a multimedia reporter.

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