Spice City is top hot spot

PUBLISHED: 12:04 30 March 2006 | UPDATED: 11:39 04 May 2010

TOP SCORE: Shair Choudhury with his prestigious gold award. 	8981

TOP SCORE: Shair Choudhury with his prestigious gold award. 8981

AN Ely restaurant has received a top award from an on-line restaurant guide. Quality Food Online has issued Spice City, in Ely s Forehill, its Gold Award for overall excellence in quality and service. The popular restaurant has been recognised for its exc

AN Ely restaurant has received a top award from an on-line restaurant guide.

Quality Food Online has issued Spice City, in Ely's Forehill, its Gold Award for overall excellence in quality and service.

The popular restaurant has been recognised for its exceptional cuisine and outstanding customer service, scoring highly in all major areas of the assessment including food, furnishings, atmosphere and surroundings.

Shair Choudhury has been in the restaurant business for more than 15 years, specialising in Indian and sub-continental foods, and The Spice City has offered an extensive Indian and Balti menu for over seven years. Mr Choudhury puts his success down to his experience and his hard working and dedicated staff.

Quality Food Online is the UK's number one Internet restaurant guide, and receives up to 50,000 hits on the website each week. In the Ely area, only two restaurants have been awarded the prestigious Restaurant Gold Award from the site, which also offers reviews of take-away and pubs.

INFO: The on-line guide has listings for several local establishments, with the opportunity for customers to write reviews of their favourite eatery. If you wish to submit a review, visit www.qualityfoodonline.com. For table bookings or take-away food from Spice City, call 01353 669902.


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