Let's make Bradford Britain's Curry Capital 2011

Grand Central’s West Yorkshire route to London King’s Cross begins in Bradford, so we know how seriously the town takes its curries.

Let 's Make Bradford Britain 's Curry Capital 2011Bradford is famous for being home to some of the best curry houses in Britain and was named England's Curry Capital in 2010. Bradford is now defending this title and aiming to win Britain's Curry Capital 2011, and Grand Central would like to give them a hand! To help out, we need you to vote for your favourite Bradford restaurant or vote for the city overall.

Vote for your favourite restaurant

The top four restaurants will form the Bradford Curry Capital team and will represent the city throughout the competition. Email vote@fedrest.com with the subject ‘Bradford to Win Curry Capital’ and in the email name your favourite Bradford restaurant. Alternatively, you can vote for your favourite online here. Not sure who to vote for? See Visit Bradford’s Curry Guide.

Vote for Bradford to win

You can also vote for Bradford to win Britain's Curry Capital 2011 by emailing votecity@fedrest.com with the subject title ‘Bradford to win Curry Capital’.

Win a year’s supply of Cobra beer and Patak’s Indian specialties

As a thanks for voting, all those who vote for Bradford and vote for their favourite restaurant will be entered into a prize draw. You can win a year’s supply of Cobra Beer (12 cases) and a year’s supply of Patak’s sauces, naan, chutney and pickles! You must include your email to qualify for the draw.

Grand Central runs six services a day between Bradford and London King’s Cross, calling at Bradford Interchange, Halifax, Brighouse, Wakefield Kirkgate, Pontefract Monkhill and Doncaster. Check the West Yorkshire timetable and book your tickets.