MP urges votes in curry house competition

Matt Warman
Matt Warman

Skegness MP Matt Warman is asking people in the constituency to vote for their favourite curry house.

Mr Warman would like to receive nominations for the favourite South Asian restaurant in Boston and Skegness for the Tiffin Cup competition.

Finalists will be invited to a special cook-off in Parliament to decide the overall winner. In the past, celebrity chefs such as Ainsley Harriott have been on the judging panel.

The Tiffin Cup competition is run by the Tiffin Club to find the best South Asian restaurant in the country. Now in its tenth year, the competition celebrates the best of South Asian cuisine and will also be raising money for the charity World Vision.

Mr Warman said: “I went for a curry in Boston on the evening I was selected for the honour of standing as the Conservative candidate, and I’ve enjoyed many others out in the town since, as well as some great Indian food in Skegness. I’m looking forward to entries from across the constituency, and to seeing our chefs in Parliament raising money for World Vision.”

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