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Waiter sentenced for stealing from boss
A waiter who stole almost £10,000 from his employer’s bank account after getting hold of the company cheque book has
been given a 24 week suspended jail sentence and made to pay £2000 compensation, plus costs.
Tofozul Khan, who was working at the Bindi restaurant in Grantham, in the Midlands, transferred most of the money to bank
accounts in Bangladesh via a travel company. The fraud was revealed when the restaurant owner carried out checks after
he noticed that money was missing from the account.
Bollywood style dinner helps cancer charity
& Olufsen phone, to a chef’s jacket
signed and worn by Gordon Ramsay.

“We’re delighted to have raised
so much money for such a worth-
while cause,” commented Mr Razak.
“Despite the current economic cli-
mate, our guests and regular diners
were incredibly generous with their

The dinner and dance was part
of a week of special events at the
Curry Lounge to coincide with the
Nottingham Food & Drink Festival.
Other highlights included a guest
appearance from Mr Razak in the
chef’s tent in Market Square, where he
A Bollywood-themed dinner and dance donated to MacMillan Cancer Support.
gave a cookery demonstration to visi-
at the the Curry Lounge in Nottingham
tors, and a special wine tasting eve-
has raised more than £4,500 for char- The highlight of the evening was a per-
ning, showcasing a new range of wines
ity. In total around 80 guests attended formance by the Bollywood Dreams
at the Curry Lounge, designed specifi-
the event, hosted by owner Arfan dance troupe, while guests were also
cally to complement Indian food.
Razak, and all proceeds and restau- treated to a three-course meal and
rant takings from the evening were auction, with lots ranging from a Bang
World record broken by Indian Ocean
Ashton under Lyne’s Indian Ocean
Willow Wood Hospice and Mark Garner at the special event were treated to
restaurant has broken another world
of the Planet Confidential Group, which Punjabi and Kashmiri dishes prepared
record as part of this year’s Tameside
publishes Manchester Confidential by the Indian Ocean’s award winning
Food Festival. The Indian Ocean team
online magazine. Harry Kelly, a vet- chefs.
cooked 640 naan breads in one hour,
eran athletics coach from local club Nahim Aslam, owner of the Indian
easily beating the target number
East Cheshire Harriers, was the offi- Ocean, comments, “I knew as Harry
of 400, set by the Guinness Book of
cial time keeper and made sure every- began the last minute countdown we
one knew how much time was left. had not just broken the record, we had
The feat was achieved by a team of five
The evening was held to raise money smashed it. I am absolutely delighted
chefs using traditional tandoor ovens
for the Willow Wood Hospice, and that we have broken another record
under the watchful eye of special-
the naan breads were donated to the and raised money for Willow Wood at
ist chef, Akram Jat. The two official
Salvation Army Hostel in Manchester the same time.”
judges were John Fellows from the
along with curry for 300 people. Guests
Spice Business Magazine 6 November | December 2009
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