Curry Life Magazine organises the awards every year to recognise the best chefs and restaurateurs of the Curry Cuisine.
This year's annual Curry Life Awards and Gala Dinner was held on Sunday at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London, where 32 chefs and restaurateurs were awarded, organisers said in a statement.
Stockholm's Shanti Ulmat was awarded as the Best European Curry Restaurant. Restaurateurs Miah Monirul Islam was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to the curry industry, which generates 4.2 billion pounds of revenue a year.
International Honour Award went to India's top female chef Manisha Bhasin, who works with the ICT Maurya New Delhi.
More than 600 guests attended the ceremony, including shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer and British-Bangladeshi MP Rushanara Ali.
Curry Life Magazine Editor Syed Belal Ahmed said the industry managed to grow 'despite being hit hard by several recessions.'
"There are pressing issues that need to be resolved, such as relaxing overseas work permits and a sensible discussion about spiralling business rates, but tonight was about recognition and celebration of a much-loved British tradition for Indian food."