Our NEWLY-revamped restaurant on the famous Ocean Road in South Shields received a civic seal of approval.
The Mayor and Mayoress of South Tyneside, Coun Ernest Gibson and Patricia Ridley, helped to officially relaunch our restaurant, Radhuni Indian restaurant.
They were accompanied by the deputy mayor, Coun Fay Cunningham, and other invited guests from across the borough.
Radhuni translates as ‘a good chef’, and our menu hopes to reflect this ambition by offering a unique culinary experience.
We purchased a neighbouring property to put into action our own personal expansion plans.
Kamal, co-owner of Radhuni, said: “It was great to have the Mayor and Mayoress officially reopen the restaurant.
“We are looking forward to having local people, and visitors to the borough, enjoying the delicacies we have on offer.
“The restaurant serves fresh Indian food, which is the same way we would cook the produce in our kitchens at home, giving it that 100 per cent authentic taste.
“The civic presence highlights the real sense of community in South Shields and the backing of ventures that look to create jobs and invest in the borough.”
Coun Gibson said: “It was our pleasure to attend the official event as Mayor and Mayoress of South Tyneside.
“The restaurants in Ocean Road have for years put South Shields on the culinary map, as people travel from all over the North East for this wonderful gastronomic experience.
“The restaurateurs play a very important role in the town; not only from an economical perspective, but also for their charity work and support they give to the community as a whole.”
For further details about Radhuni, visit our Contact Page.