Village restaurant is top curry house 2016

The Prince of India at Wendover wins The Bucks Heralds Curry House of the Year award 2016 - pictured is manager Sanawarul Haque
The Prince of India at Wendover wins The Bucks Heralds Curry House of the Year award 2016 - pictured is manager Sanawarul Haque
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The results are in! Wendover’s Prince of India restaurant is officially your Curry House of the Year 2016.

We have asked you to vote for who you thoughts should be given the coveted crown of the best curry house in your area.

We are thrilled to have won this award, and we would like to thank all of the loyal customers that voted.

Owner Sanawarul Haque

We wanted you to take into consideration what it was that you thought gave yours the edge, what lifted it above its rivals and gave you what you wanted.

And you did, thanks to the strength of this year’s entrants we’ve had hundreds of votes registered for the curry houses that made it into the top ten.

But in the end there could only be one winner, the Prince of India in Wendover.

Owner Sanawarul Haque, said: “We are thrilled to have won this award, and we would like to thank all of the loyal customers that voted.”

And as this picture shows, Mr Haque was over the moon when Bucks Herald photographer Derek Pelling arrived to take this celebratory picture.

Second place in the competition went to Mela in Aylesbury, which also attracted a strong showing from grateful punters.

Customers just love Jaflong in Princes Risborough too, which scooped the third place nod.

Congratulations to all the winners and thanks to all the voters who have their say.