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Entrepreneur to open ‘Curry Mile’ restaurant


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Restaurant entrepreneur Jaf Siddiqi is attempting a rather ambitious feat with his next opening. The Malai - a £1 mil- lion venture in Manchester’s ‘Curry Mile’ – will open on Wilmslow Road, Rusholme this autumn. Siddiqi is reportedly already planning to expand the franchise with sites in Manchester city centre and Liverpool by 2014. Guests at the restaurants will be treated like VIPs, with the option of valet parking and complimentary rickshaw rides in to Manchester city centre after their meal. Siddiqi said: “The expectations of Indian food in the UK have increased dramati- cally, with a good percentage of people now understanding exactly what good Indian food is. I am going to bring a menu full of old classic dishes that have been cooked in my family for generations - and I’m sure that they will be very much appreciated by all of our guests.” It’s very much a family business, with the entrepreneur’s father assisting with put- ting together the menu and his younger brother Kaz in the process of becoming the Maila’s operations manager. Siddiqi added: “Like myself, my father is pas- sionate about food and passionate about cooking. He now spends more time in the kitchen than my mother, trying new dishes and experimenting with different flavours and techniques. Growing up in a family of food lovers, I have been lucky to taste some of the most amazing Indian food, from rec- ipes dating back to my great-grandmother. I am quite proud to be moving forth on a venture that will enable the people of my home town and beyond to experience them too.”


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