Dunmow restaurant reaches final of Archant award

PUBLISHED: 14:55 12 August 2011

Debbie Ghosh, Sam Brewington and Mark Ghosh outside The Tea Tree

Debbie Ghosh, Sam Brewington and Mark Ghosh outside The Tea Tree

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A CAFÉ owner is singing the culinary praises of Dunmow after his establishment was shortlisted for an award.

The Tea Tree has made it through to the final of Archant’s Essex Tea Room awards. Owner of the café that overlooks Doctors Pond, Carlos Ghosh, believes his town is home to some of the finest restaurants in the county.

Mr Ghosh said: “Dunmow has some of the best eating places in Essex, not only do we have Jalsa Ghar, which has a plethora of awards for their food, but we have a wide variety of top quality restaurants.”

Mr Ghosh who also owns Mr Grumpy’s Old Fashioned Sweet Shop told the Broadcast that he is “thrilled to bits” to be shortlisted for the award.

“It’s a great recognition for all the hard work the team put in,” he said. “We have always aimed to give our customers, value for money, homemade cakes with the finest ingredients, friendly welcome & service, picturesque surroundings.”

2011 has been a successful year for The Tea Tree after Uttlesford District Council awarded them the Healthy Eating gold standard earlier this year. Mr Ghosh explained that the awards were born from different places.

“Being placed into the top three tea rooms in Essex is something that has be born out of our passion and enjoyment to give the best food and service we can to our customers.

“As it was our customers who put us in the top three, it means that everything we set out to do we have achieved, so a really big thank you to our customers new and old for all their support.”

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