Businesses scoop prizes British Kebab Awards
Two businesses have scooped prizes at the British Kebab Awards.
Baran Meat suppliers, on Eley Road, in Edmonton, landed the best related business at the awards ceremony in London last night.
And The Edmonton Meat Centre, in Stacey Avenue, Edmonton, was crowned winner of the outstanding contribution to the kebab industry on a night attended by more than 1,200 people.
Prizes were presented for a total of 14 categories at the third annual awards.
A panel of judges including MPs Nadhim Zahawi, Jonathan Reynolds, Andy Love and Keith Vaz, as well as Baroness Hussein-Ece, helped decide the winners.
Ibrahim Dogus, founder of the British Kebab Awards, said: “Many congratulations to Baran Meat and Edmonton Meat for winning awards. These awards are a true celebration of kebabs as a Great British institution, and recognise the contribution of the industry throughout the country.
“There was a very high standard of nominees for every category, and I am delighted that we have been able to honour some of the leaders in the industry for the third year running.”
Baran Meat owner Cengiz Coskun said: “I am delighted we have won this award. We have worked very hard and it is nice to be recognised by British Kebab Awards.”