Howley takeaway shortlisted in national competition


A WARRINGTON takeaway on Howley has been shortlisted in the annual British Takeaway Awards with a chance of winning a £5,000 prize.

The Burger Joint, on the Howley Quay industrial estate, is one of five North West outlets shortlisted in the competition.
It stands a chance of winning a £1,000 award as best in the region – and then going on to compete for the £5,000 national award.

The British Takeaway Awards (BTAs) in partnership with Just Eat, this year champions independent takeaways who throughout the past 18 months have played a particularly important part in British life.
Today, the finalists, as voted for by the public, have been revealed with all in the running to win “Best Takeaway” in each of the awards’ 12 regions, as well as the chance to win one of the prestigious national awards including “Best Takeaway in Britain”.
This year’s BTAs, held in London in September, will pay tribute to the hardworking restaurants that have adapted during the pandemic to deliver a taste of normality to those working from home, self-isolating or simply looking for their favourite food as lockdown forced restaurants to close to diners.
Whether they’ve supported key workers and those in need in the local community or catered to the ever-changing demands for alternative diets including vegan cuisine and healthier alternatives, the awards will give takeaways the recognition they deserve following a turbulent 2020.


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