Awards Dinner: Monday 9th October 2017

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International Indian Chef of the Year Competition

Will recognise the individuals, teams and businesses shaping the hospitality industry at a spectacular awards ceremony on Monday October 9, 2017 at ILEC Conference Centre, London
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There are 12 categories all open to entrants worldwide. Professional and amateur chefs compete for the prestigious Indian Chef of the Year awards. Businesses enter for a separate range of awards from Legend to Technology.



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International Indian Chef of the Year Competition

The 2017 competition introduces an expanded set of award categories which will enable us to recognise the excellent work being done in all areas of the curry and hospitality industry.


Tommy MiahThis unique long-running competition has provided a pathway to success for ambitious cooks since it was founded in 1991 to promote innovation and quality in ethnic cuisine. Expert cooks can earn a world title by cooking their ideal meal- to showcase the excellence of their ideas and practical skills- under the scrutiny of our expert judges.

The International Chef of the Year contest is truly unique.

  • It is unique as it is free to enter.
  • It is unique in being open equally to professional and amateur cooks
  • It is unique in being open equally to men and women.
  • It is unique in accepting entries world-wide from anyone over 18, without  regard to nationality or ethnicity.
  • And, above all, it is unique in that entrants can go from completion of  a straightforward  form to cooking in the final without the stress of  having  to  undergo intervening heats.

HRH The Princess Royal

The International Indian Chef of the Year Competition is honoured to have as guest of honour HRH The Princess Royal.

Princess Anne is patron of Columba 1400, the Skye-based charity for young people facing life challenges, which the competition’s gala dinner will support.

We are delighted that Princess Anne will join us for a memorable evening of wonderful curries and spectacular entertainment.

International Indian Chef Competition Closing Date

Entries must be received before, Monday September 18th.