Anoki flys the flag for Derbyshire


Multi-award-winning Indian restaurant, Anoki, is celebrating after breaking into the prestigious Sunday Times Food List of the Top 130 restaurants to dine in the UK under £50. Anoki was the only restaurant in Derbyshire to make it onto this year’s list, which forms part of the Times’ Incredible Edibles series.

The Top 100 series is compiled by The Sunday Times in association with Harden’s Guides. Now in its fourth year, the list is based on 80,000 reviews from 9,000 consumers, 2,000 of which are Sunday Times readers.

Establishments that made it onto the Sunday Times Food List were selected because they serve the best-in-breed food at value for money prices

Anoki was praised for its ‘beautifully presented food that’s full of flavour, served by fantastic staff.’

Commenting on making it into this year’s Sunday Times Top 100 Food List, Naveed Khaliq said: “We are all delighted that Anoki has made it onto The Sunday Times Food List of the Top 130 restaurants to dine under £50. To be recognised for our efforts in offering excellent cuisine at value for money prices is very gratifying.

“This accolade is testament to the hard work put in by everyone at Anoki, who work so hard to ensure we offer a true taste of India and an opulent dining experience that will live long in the memory.”

Founded in 2003 by Naveed Khaliq, Anoki has forged a reputation for excellence that has earned national recognition, not only in The Times Newspaper, but in Toptable’s Top 100 Hidden Gems, as well as a whole host of local and regional industry and business awards.

Anoki currently holds the titles of International Restaurant of the Year at both the Derby and Derbyshire Food and Drink awards.

Renowned for its meticulous attention to detail, Anoki attracts visitors from around the globe to sample its unique and distinctive flavour.

The Sunday Times Food List is produced in association with Harden’s Guides and is based on feedback from thousands of people that eat out.