A TROWBRIDGE take-away has been crowned as the Best in Britain.
Nacho Cheese was named best take-away in Britain and in the South West in the British Takeaway Awards.
It is the third year running the take-away has won the South West regional award but took the national title for the first time.
The Union Street takeaway conquered the rest of Britain's take-aways after competed in the national awards for the fifth year in succession.
The family-run Mexican fast food home delivery and takeaway outlet has become very popular with locals.
Lorraine Priestley runs Nacho Cheese with her partner Adie Willis. They won £5,000 in cash and a trophy.
They received their national award at London's Savoy Hotel last night. Comedian and TV host Jimmy Carr presented the awards.
Lorraine said: "Thank you! Best in Britain. Overwhelmed is an understatement! Words can't describe how much we love you.
"Thank you to all our customers and staff for making this happen! We love you all."
She added: “We are so excited to have won Best Takeaway in Britain! 
"It is so important to us to offer exceptional service and food, as well as catering to customers’ ever-evolving dietary needs, and so to have been recognised for this is amazing! 
"We would like to say a huge thank you to our staff for their hard work, as well as our loyal customers, as we couldn’t have got here without them. We are so pleased and can’t wait to continue to have a positive impact on the takeaway industry.”
She says Nacho Cheese always aims to offer a friendly, relaxed and personable service to both new and regular customers.
Customers were quick to congratulate the couple, with Jason Triggs saying: "Congratulations guys, fantastic food, fantastic service, what’s else can we ask for?"
The annual British Takeaway Awards are run in association with Just Eat. Customers are invited to vote for their favourite take-away outlet.
The judging panel for 2019 was led by popular television chef and author Ainsley Harriott.
Nacho Cheese impressed the judges with their great food, high mystery shopper score and measures taken to cater to customers’ ever-evolving dietary needs. 
Ms Priestly has Coeliac disease and has led the way in offering gluten-free menu items, she’s also involved in projects working with Coeliac UK to help ensure other restaurants can improve their gluten-free offering. 
In addition, Nacho Cheese offers vegan, vegetarian and dairy-free dishes, and the packaging used is compostable and biodegradable.
One of this year's other four South West finalists was The Tasty Greek in Maristow Street, Westbury.
Andrew Kenny, managing director of awards sponsors Just Eat said: "“We are so proud to support the British Takeaway Awards for the fifth year running. It’s an extreme honour and privilege to be able to work with the most driven and innovative businesses in the industry." 
“Every year we struggle to select the winners, because we see so many thriving restaurants, championing initiatives that need recognising. 
"Whether it’s supporting a local charity, setting up community initiatives or developing new menus to address the ever-changing needs of consumers, our finalists really go the extra mile. 
"What is great about the BTAs is that we are able to really shine the light on those people and give them the recognition they deserve.”
Voting for the awards opened on August 19 and closed on September 20. Finalists were notified on October 4.