Master Chef Promotions Cook Off

Master Chef promotion Cook Off  Competition  7TH January 2015 at South & City College in BirminghamIMG_1989

Restaurants from across the country  entered  their top chefs for the Master Chef Competition. They  were subdivided  into  four regional heats depending on their  geographical  locations, each chef had just one hour to prepare and cook their signature dish live. After each Regional Heat the Judges tasted the dishes and marked the Chefs work on Skill, Hygiene, Flavor and Presentation.

The  final  results will be announced at the first master chef promotion awards 2015 at the New Bingley Hall in Birmingham on Sunday 25th January 2015, when the winners of each Heat and  the peoples favourite chef 2015 will be crowned Master Chef.

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The Judges were:

   1)      Pat  Chapman

2)      Paul Fulford

   3)      Manju  Malhi

    4)      Chad  Rahman

   5)      Frank  Pontais

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West Midlands Area

Restaurant                                  Area                                   Dish

 1)      Five Spice Restaurant    (Stourbridge)                  King Prawn and Duck Orange

Five Spice Restaurant

 

2)      Shabar                               (Birmingham)                Fish Dish

Shabar Restaurant

3)      Shahi Palace                    (Redditch )                      Chicken and special king prawns

Shahi Palace Restaurant

4)      Akash Balti                       (West Bromwich)           Chicken

Akash Balti Resaurant

5)      Shukurs Brasserie           (Warwick)                       Potato mushroom fountain and seafood

shakurs restaurant

6)      Delhi 6                               (Sutton Coldfield )          Lamb dish

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East Midland & South West Area

7)     MemSaab                        (Nottingham)                    Sea Bass

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8)      Redchilli                         (Derby)                                Bangladesh chicken

Redchilli

9)      Voujon                            (Northampton )                 Lamb dish

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11)   Rajshahi                           (Tewkesbury)                    Chicken & Veg

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12)   Zafran                               (Dorset)                               Seafoodzaffron

London, South East Area

 

13)   Riverside Lounge                          (London)                              King Prawn & Pigeon

Riverside Longe

14)   Taj cuisine                       (Kent)                                     Fish  Dish

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15)   Tarana                               (Surrey )                                 King Prawn starter and chicken main

Tarana

16)   Curry Palace                     (Cambridge)                         Chicken

Curry Palace

17)   Arzoo Indian                    (Oxford)                                King prawns and monk fish

Arzoo Indian

18)   Vally Connection            (Suffork)                                Salmon and lemon  archari

Vally Connection

 

 

York  Area

19)    Grand Indian lounge        (Leeds)                          Sea bass starter and chicken

 Grand Indian lounge

 

 

20)   Mumbai lounge                  (York)                             Garlic chicken tikka and king prawn (Malibu)

Mumbai lounge

21)   Abul’s  Spice                          (North Wales)              Minced meat starter and chicken

Abul's  Spice

22)   Bengali Dynasty                  (Deeside)                       Fish starter and lamb

Bengali Dynasty

 

23)   Mahim Indian                      (Shrewsbury)                Chilli Chicken and RiceMahim Indian

24)   The Chutney                          (Crewe)                           Egg salad starter and south Indian main

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25)   Spice Garden                         (Cheshire)                      Chicken tikka

 Spice Garden

Gee with the only  female chef  competing  from Crewe’s  The Chutney Restaurant

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Gee with Amita Sawhney  the manager of Memsahib Restaurant from Nottingham and her chef who is competing in the competition

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by  Nash Aujla and Gee Kaur