Do you have a favourite Chinese restaurant in your local area? Think it’s a cut above the rest? Nominate them now for The Legacy of Taste Awards, the authority on Chinese food in the UK and beyond.
Now in its eighth year, The Legacy of Taste Pagoda Awards has introduced an international category and extended its judging panel as part of its commitment to uncovering and celebrating hidden Chinese restaurant ‘gems’.
The Legacy of Taste’s Pagoda Awards recognise the best Chinese restaurants internationally and showcase them in an interactive map at www.legacyoftaste.co.uk. The Pagodas are awarded or removed from restaurants on an annual basis after a series of secret assessments.
Jeremy Pang, who runs oriental culinary institute, School of Wok and food writer, Xanthe Clay, will headline the judging panel, which will present a selection of restaurants with the prestigious Pagoda Award at the awards ceremony at London’s Grand Imperial on March 19th 2015.
This is the first year a Pagoda Award will be granted to a restaurant outside of the UK with Xanthe Clay flying out to Shanghai, courtesy of competition partner Cathay Pacific, to critique the region’s premier restaurants.
The Legacy of Taste also helps you to cook your own dishes at home, offering easy-to-use recipes using ingredients which can be sourced from mainstream and Chinese supermarkets.
Nominate your favourite restaurant at http://www.legacyoftaste.co.uk/nominate by January 31st for your chance to win a variety of prizes, including two return Premium Economy flights to a destination of your choice in China, courtesy of Cathay Pacific.
Competition partners also include Tsingtao Beer (pronounced Ching Dow) and Grand Imperial.
For further information please visit www.legacyoftaste.co.uk.