Judges praise restaurant's food

PUBLISHED: 11:53 25 November 2008 | UPDATED: 22:40 15 June 2010

AN INDIAN restaurant in Honiton has won a top award for the quality of its food.

AN INDIAN restaurant in Honiton has won a top award for the quality of its food.The Taste of Bengal, in the High Street, was awarded the certificate by Quality Food On-line.Mafizur Rahman, who runs the restaurant, said his chef had to cook a curry of his choosing and also one chosen by the judges.Mr Rahman said: "Many people tasted it and judged the quality of the food and they rated it very highly."It is very good news for a small business and we are really pleased to get the award."He said the restaurant had had to meet a range of criteria before qualifying for the award.The restaurant's contribution to CommunisafeUK, which aims to teach people about the importance of helping others and making communities stronger and safer, has also been recognised with the presentation of a certificate.Commenting on the current economic climate, he said the restaurant had been a bit quieter but he was determined to meet the commitment he had made to customers earlier in the year.He said: "When prices went up, earlier this year, I told customers that I was sorry, but to give the same quality, I had to increase prices."I also told them that, when prices come down, I would reduce the price again."I am keeping my commitment because from this week I am reducing the prices a little bit.

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