The Tiffin Cup is an annual competition awarded by a cross-party group of Members of Parliament and celebrity chefs. The aim of the competition is to celebrate the quality and diversity of South Asian food in Britain and at the same time raise money for the charity World Vision.
Each MP can nominate the best South Asian restaurant in their constituency. The best of these go forward to a national final which takes place at a special cook-in at Bellamy’s Restaurant next to the Palace of Westminster.
Andrew Gwynne MP said:
“I am very pleased to have nominated one of my favourite curry houses, Curry Cottage. Each year I try to ensure a different area is represented, and this year is Dukinfield’s shot.
“It’s not a huge restaurant, but the food is fantastic and the service is second to none. I wish them the best of luck in the next stage of the competition.”