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Mayor visits new and improved Indian restaurant in Bexleyheath

PUBLISHED: 17:26 10 October 2017

Mayor Peter Reader and his wife outside The Masala Inn

Mayor Peter Reader and his wife outside The Masala Inn

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The restaurant has replaced Akash Tandoori

A new Indian restaurant in Bexleyheath town centre welcomed esteemed guests at its opening last week.

The Masala Inn welcomed mayor of Bexley Peter Reader and his wife Irene among dozens of others visitors, to celebrating the town’s latest arrival.

Based at the former home of Akash Tandoori, the new-look restaurant has already begun welcoming customers with its unique range of Indian food.

Owner Jilal Uddin has previously run curry houses in Surrey, but has decided to take on the new challenge at the heart of Bexley instead.

He said: “We had around 100 people arrive at The Masala Inn for our grand opening, the restaurant has undergone refurbishment works to make it look more modern and cosy, so it can really appeal to Bexleyheath customers.”

The new Indian restaurant is based at 220 Broadway.

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