The British Takeaway Awards is back, recognising and rewarding the nation’s best takeaways for the fourth year.

As the expert on the most delicious restaurants in your area, we want to hear from you. So whether you’re a weekend takeaway regular or just an occasional ‘treat yourself-er’, repay your favourite foodie favours by voting for your favourite restaurant, and you could be in with a chance of winning £1,000 for yourself too.

Head over to TheBTAs.co.uk to cast your vote. Voting is open between 20 August and midnight 16 September.

About the Awards

There are twelve regional awards up for grabs, with each winner taking home £1,000 alongside the title. Want to know more about the awards and previous winners? Take a look below.

Best Takeaway in Northern Ireland
Last year’s winner: Nico’s Pizza Pasta – South Belfast, Belfast

Best Takeaway in Scotland
Last year’s winner: Mr Chef, Wishaw

Best Takeaway in Wales
Last year’s winner: Wiwo Noodle Bar, Cardiff

Best Takeaway in North London
Last year’s winner: Joe & ‘Za, London

Best Takeaway in South London
Last year’s winner: Eastern Cuisine, London

Best Takeaway in the North West
Last year’s winner: Brunch, Prescot

Best Takeaway in the North East
Last year’s winner: Moja Indian Takeaway, Stockton-on-Tees

Best Takeaway in the South West
Last year’s winner: Nacho Cheese, Trowbridge

Best Takeaway in the South East
Last year’s winner: Chicken & Blues, Bournemouth

Best Takeaway in the West Midlands
Last year’s winner: Lime Pickle, Birmingham

Best Takeaway in the East Midlands
Last year’s winner: Bombay Bites, Leicester

Alongside the public vote, there are three Best in Britain awards. Nominees for these awards will cook for a panel of judges, which includes businesswoman and former Dragon’s Den star Sarah Willingham, and also have a mystery shopper visit their restaurant.

For the Best Delivery Driver in Britain and Best Takeaway Chef in Britain awards, the judging panel are looking for remarkable individuals that go the extra mile for customers, championing innovation and quality, or making a real difference for their local community.

Last years winners:

Best Takeaway in Britain
Last year’s winner: Lime Pickle, Birmingham

Best Delivery Driver in Britain
Last year’s winner: Chris McKeating, The Captain’s Table, Glengormley (Belfast)

Best Takeaway Chef in Britain
Last year’s winner: Benn Hodges, EatFirst, Aldgate, London

The Event

Finalists will be announced on 28 September and will all be invited to London’s world famous Savoy Hotel for a glamorous awards ceremony. Excited? Good. You should be. Check out the highlights from last year’s event in the video below.

Know a restaurant that deserves an award? Then make sure to cast your vote between 20 August and midnight 23 September. Voting for the British Takeaway Awards, in association with Just Eat, is open now. Visit www.thebtas.co.uk.

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