Pewsey spice men secure curry crown

This Is Wiltshire: Tale of Spice winners, from left, Masud Shohel, Jashim Abul, Parves Sheikh and Monjur Morshed Tale of Spice winners, from left, Masud Shohel, Jashim Abul, Parves Sheikh and Monjur Morshed

Curry connoisseurs have chosen Pewsey’s Tale of Spice as their number one Indian restaurant.

Gazette and Herald readers selected their own hot favourites in the Curry Award competition, which ran for three weeks during January.

Readers were asked to vote for their favourite Indian restaurant in Wiltshire from a shortlist of ten.

The Pewsey eatery pulled in most Gazette votes, while readers of our sister papers selected their own winners.

The Cinnamon Lounge in Westbury was voted number one by Wiltshire Star readers and Tale of Spice in Trowbridge was chosen by Wiltshire Times readers.

A reader of each newspaper, who had nominated the winning restaurant, was selected as the winner of a meal for two at their publication’s top-rated restaurant.

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