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Tiffin Cup 2009 Runner-up
Popular local Indian restaurant Planet Papadum in Great Yarmouth came second in a national competition held at the Houses of Parliament.
Up for grabs was the prestigious Tiffin Cup, an award given to the best curry house in the country.
Planet Papadum were selected to represent the eastern region at the final in London, with each of the 10 finalists presenting a chef's special dish to a panel of celebrity judges, including the well-known chef and TV personality Ainsley Harricott.
Good Curry Guide 2009
With its seafront location, modern décor and colourful paintings of Bollywood dancers, Planet Papadum has quickly become by far the best around. It boasts an extensive menu of classic Indian dishes, but with a depth of flavour and quality ingredients that is often lacking in other establishments.
Manager Naz runs the front, while Head Chef Khan works his magic in the kitchen, producing food to suit all palates – a subtle, fragrant Lemon Grass Chicken for those who like things flavoursome but not too spicy, a zingy, tangy Balti Chicken Peshwari for those in the mid-range; and a fiery, explosive chilli chicken for those who prefer things sizzling hot.
The Newby Teas Tiffin 2010
A curry house has proved hot stuff in prestigious national competition after diners decided it was out of this world.
Planet Papadum flew the flag for Great Yarmouth in the Tiffin Cup competition featuring the most popular South Asian restaurants in parliamentary constituencies across Britain.
MP Tony Wright Presented a medal and certificate to manager Naz Miah this week after the restaurant was highly commended in the awards.
The competition is organised by the Tiffin Club to promote Indian cuisine in the UK, and raises money for charitable causes."