The best curry chefs in Brighton and Hove are preparing to compete for the title of the city’s number one.
Cooks from restaurants across the city will be producing their finest dishes in the final of the Curry Chef of the Year at Brighton and Hove Albion‘s American Express Community Stadium in Falmer on Wednesday 31 August.
Chefs are competing from
- Indian Summer in East Street, Brighton
- Chilli Pickle in Jubilee Street, Brighton
- Rasa in Little East Street, Brighton
- Sabai in Princes Place, Brighton
- Ganges Brasserie in Church Road, Hove
- Kamal in Upper Hamilton Road, Brighton
They will be judged on flavour, nutrition and culinary skills by a panel including Latest magazine’s food writer Andrew Kay, city councillor Ollie Sykes and catering boss Fred Tobin.
The competition has been organised by the Brighton and Hove City Council food safety team as part of its continuing work with local catering businesses.
Councillor Pete West, the council’s cabinet member for environment, said: “The competition is designed to get across the importance of good food hygiene and healthy eating in a fun and different way.
“It is also about highlighting the choice of places we have in the city producing great food, from takeaways to restaurants.”