Net Promoter Score for 2015

 

+90


Net Promoter Score, or NPS as it is commonly known, is a form of customer satisfaction that gauges the loyalty of your customers.  One simple question scaled 0 - 10 with an option of written feedback determines how likely a customer is to recommend Maldon Tandoori to friends and colleagues.  This is collected after the dining experience for that 'moment of truth'.  NPS is commonly used within large well known businesses and Maldon Tandoori are proud to be one of the first restaurants in the UK to adopt this feedback system.  Some of our latest NPS feedback is below - 

"Lovely food, brilliant service!"   "Absolutely fantastic, first time here"  "Food was delicious, very enjoyable evening"
 "All lovely, brilliant service & food, recommended by friends"  "Very nice meal, thank you" "Had a great experience as always" 

 

 

Customer Information from 16/10/2017 Maldon Tandoori will be closed on Mondays EXCLUDING BANK HOLIDAYS




Maldon Tandoori are delighted to announce that we are the proud winners of the 2017 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence.for the seven year running.
Thank you to everyone who took the time to give us positive reviews within the TripAdvisor network. This award reflects our continued commitment to delivering exemplary customer service within the Asian restaurant scene. We look forward to building on our feedback to maintain our position as the restaurant of choice for the East of England region.

                                                                                


Maldon Tandoori are delighted to announce that for the fourth year running we have achieved the highly commended award for indian cuisine at the House of commons 2016 Tiffin cup, We would particularly like to thank our honorable minister john whittingdale OBE for putting us forward for the Award and all our loyal customers.we are very proud of this award and will be striving for further achievements for 2017,


 

Maldon Tandoori are delighted to announce that we are the proud winners of the 2016 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence.for the sixth year running.

Thank you to everyone who took the time to give us positive reviews within the TripAdvisor network. This award reflects our continued commitment to delivering exemplary customer service within the Asian restaurant scene. We look forward to building on our feedback to maintain our position as the restaurant of choice for the East of England region.

                                                                                               








Maldon Tandoori are delighted to announce that for the fourth year running we have achieved the highly commended award for indian cuisine at the House of commons 2015 Tiffin cup, We would particularly like to thank our honorable minister john whittingdale OBE for putting us forward for the Award and all our loyal customers.we are very proud of this award and will be striving for further achievements for 2016,




Maldon Tandoori are delighted to announce that we are the proud winners of the 2015Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence.

Thank you to everyone who took the time to give us positive reviews within the TripAdvisor network.  This award reflects our continued commitment to delivering exemplary customer service within the Asian restaurant scene.  We look forward to building on our feedback to maintain our position as the restaurant of choice for the East of England region.




Maldon tandoori would like to announce that tonight we have been awarded the Curry Cup trophy as winners of 2014 season from The Curry Inspectors . They are a team of four inspectors based in Rayleigh in Essex who eat nothing but curry's. So this is the vote from the public. This means more to maldon tandoori . on-wards and upwards

 

GIFT VOUCHERS 




 

 

You vote Maldon Tandoori the best Indian restaurant in Essex


The Maldon Tandoori reckons its “passion for cooking” is the reason Essex Chronicle readers voted it as the best Indian restaurant in the county.

The popular curry house attracted 49 per cent of the votes in a survey of our online voters during National Curry Week last month.

Manager Jhual Ahmed said: “It’s fantastic news, I am very happy the restaurant has been voted Essex’s favourite Indian restaurant.

“It’s all about having a passion for cooking.

“We offer more choice and variety than other restaurants normally would, it’s all about leaving your own mark.”

The restaurant fought off close competition from the nine other restaurants shortlisted. These included Chelmsford mainstays The Shahjan, which came second with 10 per cent of the vote, while Indian Night came third with seven per cent. 

The Sitar, Bilash, Balti King, The Gulshan and Everest Gurkha, Omar’s Tandoori in Hatfield Peverel, and Curry Nights in Maldon made up the rest of the list.

Mr Ahmed added: “My brother, who is the restaurant’s head chef, creates new dishes all the time.

“He’s important as he gets the right products and spices, the key to any good Indian dish.”

Source: Essex Chronicle

 



Maldon Tandoori are very happy to announce that for the third year running we have achieved the highly commended award for indian cuisine at the House of commons 2014 Tiffin cup, awarded by the Right Honerable Keith Vaz MP. We are very proud of this award and will be striving for further achievements for 2015,



Maldon Tandoori is  delighted to announce that we provide  gluten free dishes.


Maldon Tandoori are delighted to announce that we are the proud winners of the 2014 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence.

Thank you to everyone who took the time to give us positive reviews within the TripAdvisor network.  This award reflects our continued commitment to delivering exemplary customer service within the Asian restaurant scene.  We look forward to building on our feedback to maintain our position as the restaurant of choice for the East of England region.

 

 

 

John Whittingdale was delighted to present Jhual Ahmed the certificate marking the Maldon Tandoori being Highly Commended in this year’s Tiffin Cup competition. The Tiffin Cup is an annual British competition run by the Tiffin Club to find the best South Asian restaurant in the United Kingdom. Nominees are selected by their constituency and then put forward by their local MP. This is te second year running that the Maldon Tandoori has been highly commended. The Maldon Tandoori has also won both the Essex Tourism and Hospitality Award for best ethnic restaurant 2013 as well as a TripAdvisor Certificate for Excellence 2013 to add to its 2012 awards.



John Whittingdale said:

“I warmly congratulate Jhual Ahmed and all at the Maldon Tandoori on being highly commended in the Tiffin Cup competition once again. As a regular customer, I can vouch for the high quality of the cuisine at the restaurant and this recognition is thoroughly deserved.”


John Whittingdale is pictured at the House of Commons with Jhual Ahmed and with Ian Jones, Chairman of the Maldon Conservative Association.



Indian restaurant voted best in district

Maldon and Burnham standard



Jhual with Mark Punter at the BBC Essex Studios 2013

Source: John Wittingdale MP

John Whittingdale presented a certificate to Jhual Ahmad, proprietor of the Maldon Tandoori in Maldon High Street to mark their Highly Commended Award in the 2012 Tiffin Cup. The Tiffin Cup is an annual British competition run by the Tiffin Club to find the best South Asian restaurant in the United Kingdom.



John is pictured with Jhual and his brother, who is wearing the Chef’s hat and jacket which was given to award winners. John said: “As a regular customer, I am delighted that the Maldon Tandoori has won an award in the Tiffin Cup competition. It is a great family business and deservedly popular, not just in Maldon but for a long way around. I was also fascinated to see behind the scenes and watch how a real Naan is made in order to get the fantastic Maldon Tandoori flavour”

Source: Brentwood Gazette

191-193 High Street, Maldon Tel: 01621 850985 or 01621 859293 www.maldontandoori.co.uk.


WITH jade-green walls and calming Bangladeshi music, the Maldon Tandoori offers its customers delicious variety and choice.

Its rich, succulent dishes have earned the restaurant a highly commended award in the Tiffin Cup, an annual search by MPs for the best South Asian restaurants in the country. Each MP gets to nominate a curry house in his or her constituency and Maldon MP John Whittingdale put forward the Maldon Tandoori with his vote.

MPs may now be aware how good the Maldon Tandoori is but the restaurant has been popular with local residents for more than 20 years.

Tucked away towards the bottom of Maldon High Street, the Tandoori has recently been revamped to give customers a relaxing and enjoyable experience.

A small space, the restaurant has a homely feel and needs to be booked on a Friday and Saturday evening to secure a table.

On walking into the Tandoori we were given a small shot of ginger wine with lemonade, a sweet but refreshing aperitif to the meal.

A selection of freshly-made dips was then brought out with poppadoms, including a mouth-warming green chilli sauce and sweet red chilli dip.

The Bangladeshi menu boasts dozens of prawn-based dishes, which owner Jhual Ahmad tells us is something very specific to the country.

"We import the prawns from Bangladesh where they are grown in special farms," he said. "They are much bigger than the prawns you get here, in England."

Jhual offers to tailor his menu to suit customer's tastes. With naga dishes being the hottest you can get, cooked with an intense chilli, they also serve Indian kormas and will add or reduce the amount of chilli and garlic they use.

Exotic spices are also imported to give the Tandoori's dishes extra flavour and they are competitively priced, starting at £5.50 for a chicken korma and reaching £12.95 for the tandoori king prawn benigil.

Sampling the chicken tikka rezala, I was instantly hit by the warm, sweet taste of the sauce and the peshwari naan was the best I had ever tasted.

Tanya Braun