Now it's your chance to vote for takeaways
OUR readers have been nominating their favourite takeaways in a special Post competition – and now have the chance to vote for the best.
There are four categories in our Bristol Takeaway of the Year competition – chips, Chinese, Indian, and other – with the choice of 20 takeaways from around the city in each.
The winning takeaway restaurants for each category will win £50, with the overall winner picking up £200 and our coveted Takeaway of the Year trophy.
Only one vote can be made online per computer IP address but readers can send in as many in-paper vote coupons as they want.
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The category winners will be the four takeaway restaurants with the most votes with one overall winner.
Nominations in the Indian category come from all over the city, from The Spice Cube in Kingsway, St George, to Al's Tikka Grill in Ashton Road, Long Ashton, and from Madras Express in North Street, Bedminster, to Raj Gate Tandoori in Shirehampton Road, Sea Mills.
Takeaways nominated in the Chinese category by our readers are equally varied with favourites including Golden Oriental in Gloucester Road North, Filton; Summer Palace in Simmonds View, Stoke Gifford; Cafe Rendezvous in King Street, City Centre and Asia Garden in Oxford Street, Totterdown.
The highly competitive chips category includes some already award-winning chippies including The Magnet in Dean Lane, Bedminster, and George's Fish Bar in High Street, Hanham.
This category also includes the last winner of The Post's takeaway of the year trophy – Argus Fish and Chip Shop in West Street, Bedminster, which won the accolade in 2011.
The other category means a more unusual takeaway could end up winning our coveted overall prize.
It includes My Burrito in Broad Quay at the Harbourside, Rice & Things in Cheltenham Road and Daisy Chain Deli in Lower Stone Close, Frampton Cotterell.
All votes must be received by noon on Friday, March 8. We will announce the winners in the paper on Friday, March 15.
To see a full list of takeaways in each category visit: www.thisisbristol.co.uk/takeawayvote