Posted: Wed 28th May 2014

Bengal Dynasty nominated by local MP to take part in prestigious ‘Tiffin Cup’

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

Mark Tami MP has nominated the Bengal Dynasty in Shotton to take part in the prestigious Tiffin Cup competition to find the best South Asian Restaurant in the country.


The outside may look a little shabby, but the same can’t be said for the food according to Mark Tami MP who has nominated the Bengal Dynasty for a prestigious award.

The competition which is in its 9th year aims not only to applaud the quality of South Asian food but also raise money for charity and this year the competition is in aid of World Vision. 

Mark Tami MP said,

‘I hope everyone in Alyn & Deeside will be rooting for the Bengal Dynasty to win and I look forward to welcoming them to the House of Commons if they win the regional heat.’ 

Chair of the Tiffin Club, Keith Vaz MP said,

‘After the overwhelming success of last year’s competition we are looking forward to another chance to sample some of the best offerings of Indian food in Britain, I wish the Bengal Dynasty Shotton the best of luck in this competition.’

Tripadvisor says the Bengal Dynasty is the number one restaurant in Shotton! ahead of Weatherspoons and the Hungry Kitchen.

Reassuringly it also has good food hygiene rating.


image: tripadvisor

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