I’ve always loved Bombay Nite for its friendly staff and wonderful food! You really can’t get much better, and I’m so pleased to hear of their lovely news, which is a fantastic acknowledgment to the restaurant.
Shammy and his team reached the finals for this year’s Tiffin Cup. They were nominated by MP Therese Coffey and were just one of eleven finalists invited to cook at the finals at the House of Commons in July. The team at the Bombay Nite represented the whole of East Anglia at the grand final which took place at Bellamy’s Restaurant in the House of Commons. We heard that the Head Chef, Jamal Uddin, had to cook his signature dish for the judges to taste. He cooked Lamb Lagan, a Bombay Nite special dish he created himself, of minted lamb with tamarind, coriander and chilli. Yum!
For more than twenty-five years the Bombay Nite Indian Restaurant has stood in Walton’s High Street as a beacon for the finest Indian cuisine and the friendliest of service. Shammy and his professional team, including a team of chefs who have been with him since the restaurant first opened, are one of the main reasons the Bombay’s loyal customers return again and again.
Many people might not also know that the team also regularly fundraise for Insaan Aid – a charity which supports poverty the world over especially helping children in some of the world’s poorest countries. As charity is close to my heart and to the heart of The Felixstowe Magazine, Bombay Nite always comes out trumps for me!
Well done fellas – I look forward to many more evenings of your exquisite food!
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