The Bayleaf, in Whetstone, up for House of Commons award

Curry house up for House of Commons award

Curry house up for House of Commons award

First published in This Is Local London: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter - north London

A curry house that brings authentic Indian flavours to Whetstone is up for a Parliamentary award.

The Bayleaf, in High Road, Whetstone, is in with the chance of winning the House of Commons Tiffin Cup Awards 2014.

It was were nominated by Chipping Barnet MP Theresa Villiers.

The contest, which is in its ninth year, aims to find the best South Asian restaurant in the country to raise money for the World Vision Charity.

Secret diners are completing visits to all the restaurants nominated, and results will be announced over the next week.

If they go through to the next round, owner Tof Miah and his chefs will be invited to a cook off on July 8, at Bellamy’s restaurant in the House of Commons.

Earlier this month, The Bayleaf was crowned the Times Series restaurant of the year 2014.

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