Certificates

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Every year the best restaurants visited are presented with a certificate. The certificate states that a restaurant has reached a level, according to the MK Curry Club review criteria, that means we would recommend it.

The maximum score that can be reached is 30. The level of score required to receive a certificate is has been raised in 2013, by 1 point, due to the general increase in food quality and standards. The certificate ‘score ranges’ are listed below but are ony awarded to 3, 4 and 5 stars:

  • 5 stars – 25 or greater
  • 4 stars – 23.5 to 24.9
  • 3 stars – 22.0 to 23.4
  • 2 stars – 20.5 to 21.9
  • 1 stars – 19 to 20.4
  • No stars – less than 19

Note that you should check the ‘common curry‘ for Value For Money because the score represents the food quality, service and general quality of the restaurant, i.e. A 5 star restaurant could be the most expensive and therefore not necessarily represent the best value for money.

Certificates awarded in 2019:

  • 5 star – Bollywood Junction – Excellent
  • 5 star – Maaya – Excellent
  • 4 star – Calcutta Brasserie – Very good
  • 4 star – Namji – Fresh, Punjabi home cooking
  • 4 star – Rose of India – Outstanding value
  • 4 star – Little India – Fine dining
  • 3 star – Sands Brasserie – Good food in a homely setting
  • 3 star – Golden Curry – good all rounder
  • 3 star – The Grange – very popular

Certificates awarded in 2018:

  • 4 star – Himalaya – Food excellent, portions generous
  • 4 star – Shri Bheemas – good food, check out the Dosas
  • 4 star – Ganges Lounge – good food and good value portions
  • 3 star – Spice Village – continues to improve
  • 3 star – Urban Dhaba – well worth a visit
  • 3 star – Cafe Balti – very good value

Certificates awarded in 2017:

  • 4 star – Bollywood Junction – New, now with a bar, different
  • 4 star – Papa Js – Different Tapas
  • 3 star – Rose of India – Old favourite
  • 3 star – Calcutta Brasserie – A grand place
  • 3 star – Kakori – New