Business

Movers and Shakers

Gulu Anand Talks to Tandoori

Proprietor of famed restaurant The Brilliant in west London’s Southall, which specialises in authentic and highly flavoursome Punjabi-style cooking, talks to Tandoori

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Front of House

Ruby M’s Golfing Hero

He owns Ruby M’s bar and restaurant in west London, loves his golf with the restaurant’s very own golfing society and a game of bridge. Umesh Jivraj tells us more

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Back of House

The New Man at Mint Leaf

Mint Leaf in London's Haymarket, has a new heaf chef - Gopalkrishnan NS. He talks about his cooking style, both traditional and contemporary

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In Focus

How to Get the Best From Your Suppliers

Ajmal Mushtaq looks at how to get the best service from the businesses that supply your restaurant.

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In Focus

Almara’s Modern Indian

Almara Miah is a rarity, a successful business-woman who owns and runs a restaurant in a male dominated sector. She talks to Tandoori.

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In Focus

Immigration Cap - The New Changes

With a new government and a change in one of its pledges, Maria Fernandes looks at how immigration is being drastically reduced.  

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In Focus

Immigration Cap: The future for restaurants

The immigration cap will have a drastic impact on ethnic restaurants. Solicitor Maria Fernandes looks at what restaurant owners can expect.

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Movers and Shakers

Mohammed and Parveen Siddique

Mohammed and Parveen Siddique, owners of the highly successful Thornbury group in Staffordshire, talk to Tandoori.

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Back of House

A taste of Cinnamon Culture

After successfully heading up the kitchens at Babur Brasserie chef-patron Jiwan Lal has opened his own restaurant Cinnamon Culture. He talks to Tandoori.

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Front of House

Not your typical samosa

Ravi and Jaspinder Sidhu are not only a married, but also creators of the upmarket samosa and café brand Jaswa. The latter tells Tandoori how the concept came about.

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