A restaurant in Hounslow has been shortlisted for the British Kebab Awards.

Chnarok, in Hanworth Road, Hounslow, made the cut in the best customer satisfaction category of the annual competition.

The Iraqi and Kurdish restaurant is up against nine other restaurants in the category vying for your vote online, including the following west London diners:

Chnarok, situated just off Hounslow High Street, has been given the seal of approval by Brentford & Isleworth MP Ruth Cadbury .

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"I can certainly see why they have been nominated. The Kofta kebab was melt-in-the-mouth delicious, the accompanying salad was fresh and the bread straight from the oven," she said.

Ruth Cadbury at Chnarok, in Hounslow

"The smells and taste took me straight to the shores of the Mediterranean. It is well worth a visit!"

There are 16 categories this year in the contest, which was founded by the Centre for Turkey Studies, and members of the public can vote for their favourite contenders here .

The winners are due to be announced on March 23 in a ceremony at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel.