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Achari Indian Cuisine celebrates the grand opening of their new branch in Redlam, Blackburn

56One of Lancashire’s most renowned Indian chefs, Abdul Momin Khan, and his brothers have opened a new restaurant at 145 Redlam in the Mill Hill ward of the borough of Darwen and Blackburn, in north-west England. On Tuesday, 8th September Achari officially celebrated the launch of the new restaurant.
Achari aims to meet the expectations of local diners by striking a delicate balance in the tastes, textures and flavours associated with the finest style of Indian food. On arrival, guests are greeted with an impressive bar by the entrance. The restaurant has dedicated close to 60% of the total floorspace to the kitchen, from where it will be serving over 60 dishes daily. The food will be prepared by Achari’s accomplished chefs, who have over 50 industry accolades between them. They are renowned for their high quality restaurants, offering a great experience of Indian dining.
Achari is a family-owned business founded 15 years ago by Abdul Momin Khan and his brothers and it has helped to create ten new jobs. The brothers also manage another restaurant called Achari in Bolton, one which is also very popular in the town centre.
The Achari’s manager, Mr Mohammed Abdul Momin Khan, said: “We are extremely proud to announce that we have launched this rather significant concept. Our cuisine is very distinctive and our locations are very glamorous: we believe this to be a perfect combination for a fine dining experience.”
Achari also offers a version of their unique dining experience for the home diner. Their range of tarka cooking sauces, chutnies, pickles and marinades offers a trusted route for the diner to re-create an authentic Indian taste at home.
The opening ceremony at Achari in Blackburn was most definitely one of the best openings your correspondent has ever attended. A majority of the guests were left speechless as the unlimited supply of food was complimentary for all, VIP guests and regular diners alike – and supplemented by complimentary drinks and snacks. The high standard of the event was marked by a grand raffle, which offered not just one but three quality top prizes.
The opening was a red carpet event. The former mayor of Rochdale City Council, Mr Sultan, had the pleasure of cutting the ribbon to bless Achari and wish it luck in the near future. Also present were Councillor Sayed Ali Ahmed, Councillor Iftekar Ahmed and Senior Reporter of the British Bangladeshi TV Channel “Channel S” Ibrahim Khalil.