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Ms Sarah Ali Choudhury will compete at the final of a prestigious global competition to find the world’s best professional or amateur Indian curry chef.

Posted on: 25/09/2017

Sarah Ali Choudhury has won a place in the final of the International Indian Chef of the Year Competition for 2017. She joins seven other finalists selected from some 8,000 entrants in a process that included heats in India and Bangladesh.
The International Indian Chef of the Year Competition for 2017 was launched on April 18th, 2017, at the House of Commons, UK.
Cooking for the final of the competition will be done at Billingsgate Seafood School in London. Final tasting by the judges will take place later that day in the first class coaches of a Virgin East Coast train, which will leave King’s Cross at 1.08 pm for York.
The competition will conclude with a gala awards ceremony for 800 guests in the presence of guest of honour HRH The Princess Royal on Monday, October 9th, 2017, at the ILEC Conference Centre, London.
The competition’s nominated charity for 2017 is Columba 1400, a Skye-based charity for young people with challenging lives, whose patron is the Princess Royal. 



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