How will Judges select winners of the 5th British Kebab Awards?


How will Judges select winners of the 5th British Kebab Awards?

How will Judges select the winners of the 5th British Kebab Awards?

If a kebab business is nominated by a Member of Parliament, the Mayor or a District Councillor, they will receive 250 points.

A kebab business will receive points based on its Food Standards Agency rating. With a level 1 rating, a business will receive 50 points, increasing by 50 points per level up to a maximum of 250 points with a level 5 rating, the highest possible.  

Public nominations are worth two points each. For example, if a business is nominated by 100 people then it will receive 200 points.

The Judges will assess the nominated businesses by conducting discreet visits and undertaking a series of enquiries concerning the nominated business.

The business that receives the most points will win an award in their category.

If you are able to encourage large numbers of the public, your local Councillors or MPs to nominate your business, it will stand more of a chance of winning an award.

The jury of the British Kebab Awards includes industry experts and politicians, and nominations are accepted from the public, local politicians and kebab businesses. More information on the jury, nominations and past events can be found on

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5th British Kebab Awards Categories

  • Best Kebab House

  • JUST EAT Best Delivery Restaurant

  • Best Takeaway

  • Best Value Restaurant

  • Fine Dining

  • Customer Satisfaction

  • Best Newcomer Kebab Restaurant

  • Outstanding Contribution to the Kebab Industry

  • Best Young Chef of the Year

  • Best Chef Award of the Year

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Trevor Penny Comment | 2017-02-09 23:11:16 +0000 | Report
Atalays, Thame , really do make the most amazing kebabs. They would be very worthy winners.