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Seven-up for Dhanmondi
The Dhanmondi restaurant in Whitehill, organised numerous events and raised At the seventh birthday party a raffle
Hampshire, celebrated its seventh funds for the local community, for was held and raised around £180 for
birthday in style recently. Founder local schools and gifted local students hospital equipment in India.
and proprietor, Abdul Hamid, threw a and the Chase Hospital. They have also
big party for its customers, including supported the Business Breakthrough The Mayor, Dr Bill Wain said, “I am
an indian buffet. In attendance were group, Whitehill & Bordon Christmas pleased to be here for the seventh
the Mayor and Lady Mayoress, Drs Fayre and the Multicultural Arts day. anniversary and hope that it will be fol-
Bill and Chris Wain, who were joined In addition the restaurant has raised lowed, not by another seven years, but
by local residents, GPs and Whitehill money for international appeals such by another 70 years! This restaurant
County Councillor and Deputy Mayor, as the Red Cross Tsunami Appeal, fulfils a need in the town and the activ-
Adam Carew. Flood victims of Bangladesh and ities of Mr Hamid in supporting many
Medical equipment for India. activities reflects on our well-rounded
Since opening, Dhanmondi has community integration.”
Kingfisher recruit
Paul Crolla has joined Kingfisher
Lager distributor, UBSN, as Area Kingfisher Lager is sold in more than
Sales Manager for Scotland. Paul, 95 per cent of the UK’s 9,200 licensed
a Business Administration gradu- Indian restaurants, and is available in
ate who has previously worked for 330ml and 660ml bottles, as well as
McCurroch (Scottish and Newcastle), on draught. Also in Paul’s sales port-
joins the leading lager brand bringing folio is the award-winning Kingfisher
a wealth of knowledge of the alcoholic Natural Spring Water.
drinks industry.
Oh Calcutta! One year on.
within a grade II listed Chapel com-
plete with a mural of Michelangelo’s
‘Creation of Adam’, and this setting
has undoubtedly helped the business
thrive through the current economic
climate.
Over the past twelve months, Calcutta
Brasserie has welcomed over 30,000
customers and made approximately
54,000 poppadoms. The most popu-
lar dish is the Tharavu Roast – pan
seared spiced Gessingham duck, while
the farthest someone has come from
In September, Calcutta Brasserie in
is from Sydney, Australia. The most
Stony Stratford celebrated its first Since the current management team
number of visits by one person (eat in
birthday with a special evening of took over the 18th century building in
and takeaway) is 107 and one person
entertainment and the unveiling of 2008, Calcutta Brasserie has intro-
has even requested the services of
several new dishes. Traditional Indian duced a menu that it claims is different
Calcutta’s chefs for a private party at
musician played throughout the eve- to normal ‘high street’ Indian restau-
his house.
ning while guests were treated to a rants and has been inspired by gener-
three-course set menu specially cre- ations of traditional home cooking. The
ated for this celebration. restaurant boasts a stunning interior,
Spice Business Magazine 14 November | December 2009
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