Three Indian restaurants in Dundee are in the running to be crowned best in the country at a Scottish curry awards ceremony.
Jahangir Tandoori, Indos and Ashoka Shak have been named as finalists in their respective categories at Scotland’s Premier Independent Curry Event (Spice) Awards.
Over 800 restaurants from across the country have been whittled down as part of the event which celebrates ethnic minority restaurants and their staff members.
The Spice Awards are free to enter and voted for solely by the public with shortlisted finalists being those with the largest amount of nominations from punters.
Of the 110 finalists, three city eateries are vying for awards in separate categories.
Jahangir, on Hawkhill, has been shortlisted for the Best Team category, as a nod to the staff providing good service at the eatery.
Indos, of Broughty Ferry, is in the running for Best Family Friendly Restaurant.
While Ashoka Shak, at Camperdown Leisure Park, is finalist in the Best Curry House in Central Scotland category.
Another Tayside curry house, Nawaab of South Methven Street, Perth, has also been nominated in this category.
A panel of independent judges will now tour the country to critique each venue before the ceremony on Friday December 3.
The winning venues will showcase quality across the board including atmosphere, staff knowledge and demeanor, menu selections, value for money and quality, authentic curry dishes.
The public can also choose their favourite curry house in the whole of Scotland from the nominated list by visiting www.spiceawards.co.uk.