Granddaughter’s Tweet Saves Oldest Indian Restaurant In East London

by Tania Tarafdar
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Earlier in August, a lady of Indian origin in London released a heartfelt note on Twitter. She urged Twiterratis to go to the oldest Indian restaurant in East London and assist the sinking enterprise. The Halal restaurant which was established in 1939 by her grandfather Usman Abubacker was apparently running loses now. However, over a month later, her Tweet changed the fate of the restaurant. The enterprise is flourishing once more.

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Mehnaz’s  Urge Twitter

Here’s what she tweeted: “Hey twitter! Not one to do this, but my dad owns the oldest Indian restaurant in East London and has been struggling with customers so please show some love! If you’re in Aldgate come have a curry, I’m biased but it’s the best! Below is my grandad in the 70s vs my dad now (sic),” Mehnaz had written within the tweet in August. The tweet had gone viral.

Mehnaz’s Father Manages The Restaurant

Mehnaz’s grandfather Usman had moved to London in the seventies. He shifted his base in the pursuit of a good job and a greater life. He landed himself a job in the kitchen of a restaurant and later began working as a waiter. Usman later purchased the restaurant from the proprietor. Mehnaz’s father now manages the restaurant which is in style among the many Indian diasporas there. Here are 5 Bangalore Restaurants That Have Turned Into Cloud Kitchens To Survive & Satiate Your Cravings.

Twitterati To Rescue

However, it had taken a success within the pandemic impacted the enterprise. After Mehnaz’s earnest enchantment on Twitter, individuals had responded with love. They volunteered to assist and shared their recollections of the place. The Halal has made its place within the hearts of desi biryani lovers. People love the meat vindaloo and the rooster tikka masala. Thai Airways Opens Airline-Themed Restaurant In Bangkok For Those Who Miss In-Flight Meals

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