Competition: Win Indian banquet worth £100 from Warwick takeaway
The winner and friends or family will be treated to their choice from the menu of freshly cooked dishes, delivered on their chosen date and time
Baabzi’s Indian Takeaway in Warwick has teamed up with the Courier and Weekly News to offer one lucky reader a delicious VIP banquet worth £100.
The winner and friends or family will be treated to their choice from the menu of freshly cooked dishes, delivered on their chosen date and time.
Chef Baabzi Miah, who established the award-winning business in Coten End four years ago, uses locally sourced ingredients to create south Asian-style cuisine infused with flavours from across the continents.
Baabzi, from Birmingham, follows in the proud tradition of three generations of chefs. His father Mostab Ali, set a trend as the first person to cook and deliver quality East Indian/Bengali cuisine in the Midlands, in the early seventies.
Winner of the 2020/21 Good Food Awards, Baabzi is also among the finalists for Chef of the Year in this year’s inaugural Coventry and Warwickshire Foodie Awards, guest judged by, among others, celebrity chef Glyn Purnell and his former employer Andreas Antona, owner of The Cross in Kenilworth.
To enter for a chance to win this amazing prize, just answer the following question: How many years ago was Baabzi’s Indian Takeaway established?
Then complete the coupon inside this week's Courier and Weekly News (out of Friday April 16) and send it to: Baabzi Takeaway Competition, Baabzi’s Indian Takeaway, 35, Coten End, Warwick, CV34 4NT to arrive by April 30, 2021.
The winner, who will be selected at random, will be entitled to a £100 voucher to spend at Baabzi’s which is valid until June 30 2021. The prize cannot be exchanged for its cash value and no correspondence can be entered into.