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Jewish News reunites with British Kebab Awards to crown Britain’s best kosher kebab

Baker Street deli Reubens won the inaugural prize in 2022. Next year's gala event takes place in February.

British Kebab Awards 2019 (Wiki)
British Kebab Awards 2019 (Wiki)

For the second consecutive year, Jewish News is partnering with the British Kebab Awards (BKA) to crown Britain’s top kosher kebab.

Baker Street deli Reubens won the inaugural prize in 2022, as 1,200 guests, including parliamentarians for whom the date is a popular diary fixture, celebrated at a ceremony at Westminster’s Plaza Hotel.

BKA founder Ibrahim Dogus tells Jewish News: “We are proud to be partnering with Jewish News once again for the 2024 awards. Kosher restaurants and takeaway play a significant role in our industry and I’m looking forward to welcome many more kosher restaurants and takeaways at the 12th British Kebab Awards on the 27 February.”

Reubens Lee Landau and Jewish News Justin Cohen 2022

With 1.3 million kebabs sold every day, the British kebab industry is worth an estimated annual £2.8 billion to the British economy.

  • Nominations for the British Kebab Awards can be made here by any member of the public.
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