Prashad's vegetarian Indian cuisine is celebrated with yet another award.

Prashad, a Bradford based Indian restaurant has achieved a coveted Two Rosette award by the AA this week.

The award has been presented to the restaurant for culinary excellence. 

Prashad is the first Indian restaurant to receive the award within Yorkshire, giving owners plenty of reason to celebrate.

The restaurant prides itself on serving Indian cuisine suitable for everyone with a vast amount of vegetarian and vegan dishes. They also serve food which is suitable for people who are gluten free


and none of the dishes include peanuts, sesame seeds, soy beans, eggs, fish or sulphur dioxide.

The family run restaurant of 22 years support local suppliers such as Ilkley Brewery and Keelham Farm Shop.

When Bobby Patel, Prashad’s managing director, was asked about receiving the award he said: “It was just a normal day in the restaurant, and the team were preparing for a busy evening when a package arrived from the AA. After a few tense moments opening the parcel, Minal, our Head Chef’s grin said it all!”

“We’re delighted. It’s a big award for our team, and a huge vote of confidence in Indian Vegetarian food, which makes it extra special,” added Bobby.

The restaurant has earned various awards over the last five years including The Bib Gourmand 2014. They have also gained recognition from Gordon Ramsay as finalists on Channel 4’s ‘Ramsay’s Best Restaurant’ 2010, and Bobby thinks this is “reflected with the award” received by the AA.

The family have already started new cooking courses at the restaurant and plan to release their second cookery book in August, written by former head chef Kaushy Patel.

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