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The spice is right at the Dilraj in Barnsley.

Miron Rahman, boss of the Dodworth restaurant, has recently been included in the latest British Bangladeshi Who’s Who Guide.

The award noted Miron’s achievements in business and community relations.

It comes hot on the heels of the restaurant winning Best In Yorkshire and Humber in the The Spice Times Awards.

Fans of one of Rotherham’s best-loved hotels, the Brecon on Moorgate, which recently closed after 48 years, with the Carr family at the helm, will be pleased to know the catering team are now at Phoenix Sports and Social Club at Brinsworth.

Liz and Trevor Womble, Janet Stancliffe, Neville Cooke and Ian Norton took over the bar and dining last week.

West is meeting East on WasabiSabi’s new dishes.

Nigiri sushi dishes now come in a honeydew melon and salmon, plus smoked salmon versions.

And there’s a maki roll of smoked salmon, cucumber and Philadelphia cheese at the London Road restaurant.

Clumber Park Hotel and Spa has a new man at the helm. Rotherham’s Simon Concannon, previously at the Copthorne Hotel in Sheffield, is new food and beverages manager.

The Red Lion Bar and Bistro at the Peak Edge Hotel, Stone Edge, has been named Best Gastro Pub in the Derbyshire Food Awards.

Husband and wife team Damian and Jo Dugdale acquired the sixteenth century coaching inn nine years ago.

Head chef is Steve Mower.

The Milestone team, voted Gordon Ramsey’s Best of British, are chasing a new TV prize.

Tony Parkin, head chef at Campo Lane’s Wig and Pen, their second gastro pub, is competing in ITV’s Best Dish: The Chefs series.

Sheffielder Tony, aged 27, who once worked in the world’s best restaurant, Copenhagen’s Noma, can be seen cooking pan-fried sea bass with textures of cauliflower in the northern heats on Monday.