Rhiwbina’s Gateway of India is #1 on Trip Advisor in Cardiff

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Rhiwbina’s Gateway of India has become Trip Advisors #1 ‘Place To Eat’ in Cardiff.

The Gateway tops a list of over 1,000 other places to eat and owner Moslaur Rahman is delighted.

He told Living Magazines:

“I am so, so proud that we have managed to achieve this. It all comes down to hard work, maintaining the highest quality of our food and providing a service to the people of Rhiwbina – and beyond.

“We introduced our Heat & Eat idea in 1995, moving to our current premises in Rhiwbina. 20 years later and the people of Rhiwbina have totally put their trust in us which is great, as serving the people of Rhiwbina is our top priority.”

In those 20 years, the Gateway of India has won a flurry of top awards, including top prize at a national food award ceremony last year.

“Our gratitude goes to the people of Rhiwbina for their support. The residents have spread the word far and wide and as a result, we were proud this year to be named as Overall Winner at the Welsh Food Awards. Thoughtful locals have also been showing their support to us at the Curry Oscars, which are being held this month.”

The Gateway’s rise to prominence comes down to the quality of ingredients that are selected and prepared:

“Our quality is the very best. I will not compromise on quality and we only use the best ingredients. Our chicken is fresh grade A British fillets from Norfolk for instance. If you eat chicken elsewhere, you will notice the difference. Our lamb is premium quality, locally-sourced Welsh lamb. We don’t use any artificial food colourings – the colours that you see on your plate are all natural. In India and Bangladesh, we don’t use artificial colours so why should we use them here? We’ve introduced healthier ways of cooking our food too – we are baking more, steaming more and frying less. We are proud to prepare healthy food for the people of Rhiwbina but without compromising on taste.”

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