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Nazreen, in Burton Latimer’s High Street, fought off competition from dozens of other brilliant balti houses to take first prize in our annual competition.
After receiving the award, manager Chand Miah said: “I would like to say on behalf of all at Nazreen Indian Restaurant in Burton Latimer that we are honoured to have won this prestigious award of Curry House of the Year.
“We thank all those who voted for us.
“We are pleased to have won the award and look forward to welcoming guests new and old who enjoy fine Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine.
“We thank all those who supported us and look forward to your continued supported, and look forwad to seeing customers believe in our motto of a passion for India.”
Nazreen prides itself on using the freshest ingredients and an extensive menu, with their expert chef possessing more than 35 years of culinary experience.
It is rated number 13 out of 145 restaurants in the district of Kettering on public reviewing website TripAdvisor, with four-and-a-half stars out of five.
After receiving dozens of nominations, we whittled down the entries to a list of 10 for the public to choose from.
Second prize went to Ali’s Indian Kitchen in Pytchley Court, Corby.
The Serina in Desborough’s Station Road came third.