An Indian restaurant 'Tamarai', owned by a New Delhi-based owner, has won the award for the 'Best London Late Night Venue'.
The restaurant, regarded as one of the London's most stylish venues, won laurels at the Theme Bar and Restaurant Awards where the judging panel was impressed its original concept and design.
Tamarai is part of Indian entrepreneur Rohit Khattar's chain of themed restaurants such as 'Chor Bizarre' and 'Sitaaray'.
"It is a great honour to be recognised by the leading industry magazine as the best among your peers. The whole Tamarai team has worked tirelessly to make every visit to our venue an unforgettable experience. We are thrilled that Theme Awards have acknowledged our efforts," Anshuman Saxena, General Manager of the restaurant said.
Tamarai (which means Lotus in Tamil), has already received praise for 'Best Wine List In London' from The Independent and 'Best Pan Asian Fusion Food In London' from The Evening Standard.
A Pan Asian restaurant, bar, late night club and an art gallery, it is also regarded as one of West End's most inspiring venues.
Launched in November 2006, Tamarai is the third London venue of the New Delhi-based Old World Hospitality.
Now in their seventh year, Theme Bar and Restaurant Awards are the industry standard designed to honour excellence among bar professionals and their venues and to bring together the best of design, technology and modern drinks.