Spice Valley Restaurant in Horwich played host for lunch today to the collective Mayors of the boroughs of Greater Manchester and it’s High Sheriff.
It was the turn of the Mayor of Bolton, Cllr Noel Spencer MBE, to host Greater Manchester’s Mayors and give them a tour of Bolton. They visited The Reebok Stadium and Smithills Hall before enjoying authentic Indian cuisine at the Spice Valley Restaurant in Horwich before ending the day with a visit to Bolton Parish Church, where those with a head for heights were invited to climb the tower!
The visit is part of an annual tradition which see’s all Greater Manchester’s Mayors visit each other’s towns and next week they will all be in Rochdale.
It isn’t the first time Spice Valley has been chosen to host the Mayoral Lunch and it’s a great honour and testimony to the high quality of venue and service that this event was held there again this year.
Subhash and Geeta Kotecha, owners of Spice Valley were also honoured during the lunch with the presentation of a certificate from the ‘Bury Curry Club’, recognising the restaurant as maintaining it’s ‘Gold Standard’ for 2011, the highest standard awarded by it’s members. The award was presented by the mayor of Bury Cllr Yvonne Creswell after the collective Mayors thanked the Chefs for a delightful meal.
The club, based in Bury, enjoy regular meetings at different restaurants and recognise the best ones with their coveted certificates.
Spice Valley Horwich is the sister restaurant to Spice Valley Bolton, at the Valley Leisure Park, Waters Meeting Road and both restaurants boast freshly produced, authentic Indian dishes every day of the week and were recently selected to feature as one of thebestof bolton businesses.