Honiton: Restaurant wins International Cuisine Award

PUBLISHED: 11:15 18 November 2009 | UPDATED: 00:34 16 June 2010

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A MULTI-award winning restaurant and take-away in Honiton has another accolade to frame and hang on the wall.

A MULTI-award winning restaurant and take-away in Honiton has another accolade to frame and hang on the wall.

Taste of Bengal, opposite the police station, has just been presented with the International Cuisine Award, which recognises premier providers of international quality cuisine and service.

Owner Mafizu Rahman recently took the restaurant's chefs to a food festival in London.

He believes Taste of Bengal was then subsequently visited by judges, who decided to make the award.

To celebrate the latest success, he is offering a free Indian beer to all customers who spend over £20 between December 1 and 24.

In addition, friends and parents of his son, Foyez, 16, are invited to dine at a discount.

Foyez is a rising local cricket star and is currently studying for A-levels at Honiton Community College.


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