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Wealdstone restaurant named ‘Best Sri Lankan’ at London Curry Awards

A restaurant in Wealdstone, Harrow has been voted the ‘Best Sri Lankan Restaurant in London’ at the London Curry Awards 2023.

The Meeting Place, located on High Street, Wealdstone won the award beating off some top competition from other outlets across the Capital.

Meeting Place owner Leyon told Harrow Online: “We are a family-owned business, opened June 2007 and managed to survey in Wealdstone and serving the community for over 15 years.

“Thanks to all the customers who supported and helped us over the years to achieve these awards.”

A Spokesperson for the London Curry Awards 2023 said: “Congratulations to all the winners of the London Curry Awards 2023! Your exceptional culinary contributions have left an indelible mark on the capital’s culinary scene, and we look forward to witnessing your continued success and future endeavours.”

Wealdstone restaurant named 'Best Sri Lankan' at London Curry Awards Harrow Online
Leyon from The Meeting Place in Wealdstone

The full list of London Curry Awards 2023 winners are:

Dining Experience of the Year North: Chettinad Restaurant (Bloomsbury)

Dining Experience of the Year East: Vijay’s Virasat Restaurant (Newbury Park)

Dining Experience of the Year South East: Navaratna South Indian Restaurant (Croydon)

Dining Experience of the Year South West: Nazmin’s Indian Restaurant (Earlsfield)

Dining Experience of the Year West: Takaa Tak (Hounslow)

Dining Experience of the Year Central:Rangrez Indian Restaurant (Hammersmith)

Dining Experience of the Year Overall Winner: Navaratna South Indian Restaurant (Croydon)

Curry Restaurant of the Year North: OMNOM (Islington)

Curry Restaurant of the Year East: Delhi Live (Romford)

Curry Restaurant of the Year South East: Amera Rani (Croydon)

Curry Restaurant of the Year South West: Palace Spice (Battersea)

Curry Restaurant of the Year West: Savannah Lounge (Wembley)

Curry Restaurant of the Year Central: Shilpa Restaurant (Hammersmith)

Curry Restaurant of the Year Overall Winner: Savannah Lounge (Wembley)

Takeaway of the Year North: Anokhi Indian Fine Dine Restaurant (Enfield)

Takeaway of the Year East: Shri Lakshmi Foods (Waltham)

Takeaway of the Year South East: Indelicious (Blackheath Road)

Takeaway of the Year South West: The Great Indian Kitchen (Wandworth)

Takeaway of the Year West: KK Kitchen (Hounslow)

Takeaway of the Year Central: Mumbai Delight (Lambeth)

Takeaway of the Year Overall Winner: Shri Lakshmi Foods (Waltham)

Outstanding Restaurant of the Year: Bombay Delight (The Broadway)

Pakistani Curry Restaurant of the Year: Karachi Cuisine (Croydon)

Nepalese Curry Restaurant of the Year: Maya DD’s Restaurant (Woolwich)

Bangladeshi Curry Restaurant of the Year: Taste of Nawab (London)

Sri Lankan Curry Restaurant of the Year: Meeting Palace (Harrow)

Vegetarian Restaurant of the Year: Shayona (Neasden)

Street Food Restaurant of the Year: Dhaba Indian Street Food (Battersea)

Afghani Curry Restaurant of the Year: Namak Mandi (Tooting)

London Punjabi Restaurant of the Year: Tayyabs (Whitechapel)

South Indian Restaurant of the Year: Mumbai Delight (Lambeth)

Fine Dining Restaurant of the Year: Baluchi (London)

Caterer of the Year: Green Leaf Catering (Southall)

Family Restaurant of the Year: Bombay Delight – Wimbledon (Broadway)

Chef of the Year (Industry Choice): India Garden (London)

Best Restaurant Experience: Kricket Soho (Soho)

Outstanding Curry Restaurant of the Year: Mangos Indian & Bangladeshi cuisine (Whetstone)

New Restaurant of the Year: Fatt Pundit (Mayfair)

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