DictateNow is delighted to sponsor the Parliamentary Tiffin Cup. The Tiffin Cup is an annual Asian cuisine competition organised by MPs from all parties to applaud the quality of South Asian food, and raise money for charity. The event will raise funds for the ROKO Cancer charity which aims to take mobile breast cancer detection units to the less accessible parts of India.
MPs from across the country have been asked to nominate their favorite south Asian restaurant in their constituency. The Tiffin Cup is organised by Michael Fabricant MP, John Barrett MP and Leicester East MP, Keith Vaz, who also jointly runs The Tiffin Club, formed in 2005.
DictateNow provides dictation services to Members of Parliament and is delighted to reinforce our commitment to our clients by supporting this deserving cause.
The Tiffin Cup final
Ed Miliband MP and celebrity chef Ainsley Harriott presents DictateNow prize at the final of the Tiffin Cup. The final was held at the House of Commons.
This year’s Tiffin Cup winner was the Bekash restaurant of Romford, Essex, which was nominated by Andrew Rosindell MP. Runner-up was Queen’s Spice of Edinburgh West – nominated by John Barrett MP – and third was the Maharaja of Castle Point nominated by MP Bob Spink.
The Tiffin Cup launch
The Tiffin Cup was launched in London in April 2007.
|Rt Hon Keith Vaz MP, Michael Fabricant MP and manger of Moti Mahal restaurant in London welcome MPs and restaurateurs.|
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