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Enduring love for hospitality made Habibur Curry King

Habibur Khan, a 23-year-old young curry entrepreneur. His father Matin Khan is also an established businessman who has been involved with restaurant trade since 1998. They have two family establishments in Edinburgh, Scotland are the Itihaas Restaurant in Dalkeith and the Radhuni Restaurant in Lonehead. Habibur Khan is at the helm of very popular restaurant …

Bombay 8 – A Gamble Paid Off

Bombay 8. A beautiful restaurant in Warrington.Very good food and decor. Customers love it. Our reporter Sam Smith talks to owner Mofozul Miah and writes about their delicious food and the secret to their success. Restaurant owner Mofozul Miah took a gamble when he opened an independent Indian restaurant on a Warrington’s retail park full …

The Indian Ocean Traditional meets modern cuisine

The Indian Ocean Traditional meets modern cuisine The bustling village of Histon in Cambridgeshire is famous for its apple orchards, beautiful village greens and popular graphitis. And, the forward-looking community thrives in bonding between young and old not only through farming, art and culture, but The Indian Ocean’s traditional yet modern curry.   Nestled in the …

Star restaurateur, a shining example of success

Star restaurateur, a shining example of success Arriving at Heathrow Airport in November 1962 after a long, exhausting flight from Dhaka is something Mr Abdul Malik will always remember. The flight to London was via what was known as West Pakistan and he was barely a little over 16 years of age. “It was cold …

Father-son duo find success in Barton-le-Clay

Father-son duo find success in Barton-le-Clay A recognised figure in the British Bangladeshi community, Shahanoor Khan is on a mission to get more youngsters involved in the curry industry and make it flourish once again. His latest venture, Café Goa in Barton-le-Clay, was undertaken in response to changing customer demands and revive a traditional curry …

Dhaka Regency

British Bangladeshi Entrepreneur Who Made It Big Story of a Non Resident Bangladeshi (NRB) Hotel Project, Dhaka Regency is inspiring changes in Hospitality Business in Bangladesh. British Bangladeshi Entrepreneur, Musleh Ahmed, has a brilliant story of taking initiative and making ideas happen. With a group of NRB investors and entrepreneurs, he founded Dhaka Regency Hotel …

Beverage Baron Bharat Bharania makes it big

Running a success full business has been a dream come true for Leicester-based British-Indian Bharat Bharania. He speaks to Curry Life Editor in Chief Syed Nahas Pasha about  his enthralling journey and shares all it takes to scale new heights. A strong believer of ‘there’s no shortcut to success’, Leicester-based British-Indian Bharat Bharania has made …

Secrets is in the Spice

“My secret is in the spice.” And for multi award winning County Durham chef, Syed Zohorul Islam, that magic mix won him another spectacular accolade as he was recently traveling to Kolkata (formerly known as Calcutta) India, as part of the Taste of Britain Curry Festival team. That accolade came for the Executive Chef at …

The man who introduced Indian Beer to the UK Market

A life sketch – Surojit Walawalkar Eloquent, organised and engaging. These are the words which best describe Surojit Walawalkar, who considers his 11 years with United Breweries Group to be the “pinnacle” of his long career in marketing. As he tells CurryLife his story, successes and failures included, it is clear that every single moment …

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