Sharmini, Founder of Sharmini’s Inspirational Indian Cuisine Cookery School is extremely delighted and humbled to receive this prestigious award
‘Nation’s Best Curry School in UK Award 2023’
The 1st Nation’s Curry Awards 2023 celebrates excellence in the curry cuisine
Oceanic Consulting are delighted to announce the winners of The 1st Nation’s Curry Awards 2023 sponsored by food2go, a celebration of the Best Curry Cookery Schools, Curry Houses and Chefs and across the country.
After months of anticipation and fierce competition, the awards ceremony took place on Monday 20th February at The Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel, with around 200 guests in attendance.
These Awards celebrate the UK’s rich and diverse curry culture and encourages the continued growth and evolution of the industry. The winners have distinguished themselves with their exceptional quality, innovation, and consistency in offering a truly memorable dining experience.
Her school, Sharmini’s Inspirational Indian Cuisine Cookery School, beat out eight other nominees across UK to win this prestigious award. The curry moguls based their judgement on how many people nominated them and the supporting evidence.
Sharmini is a ten-time award winner 2021-2022
Dear Nation’s Curry Award Winner,
Congratulations again on being a winner for Nation’s Best Curry School in UK at The 1st Nation’s Curry Awards 2023!
It is a massive achievement for yourself and your organisation and you should be extremely proud!The Nation’s Best Curry Cookery School based in York UK
For 25 years, Sharmini has been teaching the art of creating classic homemade dishes that are not only easy to prepare but also bursting with mouth-watering flavours.
Sharmini feels her mission is accomplishes when she witnesses the eagerness of her students to acquire knowledge and the pure joy reflected on their faces while proficiently cooking and savouring their own curry dishes for the very first time
At her school, she conducts customized cookery sessions that cater to vegans, vegetarians, and non-vegetarians alike.
Additionally, she also provides team-building sessions infused with Indian flavours. Her cookery classes are ideal for intimate gatherings of 8-10 people, be it friends hanging out or party celebrations too.
“My mother had a significant impact on my life as she had a passion for hosting and would generously share her love with friends and family through her homemade and delectable meals. In addition, my mother-in-law imparted her knowledge of the Garam masala spice mix, which is now included in ‘Sharmini’s Spice Starter kit’ containing 19 different spices.”
It comes as no surprise that her work has been recognised across the UK earning her the title of “The Curry Queen” as quoted in an article in the Sunday Times.