Hastings restaurant voted best Indian in town wins praise from MP Amber Rudd
Cinnamon Spice has been voted the Best Indian Restaurant in Hastings by diners.
The restaurant, in Kings Road, St Leonards, has won high praise for the quality of its dishes.
And on Friday (November 9) MP Amber Rudd attended an award ceremony where she presented Cinnamon Spice’s manager Emdadul Lukman with an award for culinary excellence.
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Amber said: “I would like to congratulate Emdadul and the team here at Cinnamon Spice for their first-class service to local residents, and I look forward to my next visit for some hot curry to defend against the cold winter weather!”
Amber is pictured with the management team of Cinnamon Spice along with the Mayor of Hastings, Councillor Nigel Sinden, and Hastings Deputy Mayor, Councillor James Bacon.
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