Kneesworth Indian restaurant hails success of Bollywood night

PUBLISHED: 10:02 04 July 2018

Manager Amran Hussain, the Yuva team and Bollywood dancers. Picture: Yuva

Manager Amran Hussain, the Yuva team and Bollywood dancers. Picture: Yuva

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Staff at a Bassingbourn-cum-Kneesworth Indian restaurant are flying high off the success of their Bollywood night last week.

A dish from the YUVA Fine Fusion Restaurant. Picture: Danny LooA dish from the YUVA Fine Fusion Restaurant. Picture: Danny Loo

The occasion is something Yuva Fine Fusion manager Amran Hussain has been keen to organise for a while, and after hearing the news they had maintained their five-star food hygiene rating for the 10th year they had been in business, he began to set the wheels in motion.

After the theme night, which included fine food and Bollywood-style dancers, Amran told the Crow: “It was amazing, everyone was very impressed and we were pleased because this is something I have always wanted to do – to give something back to my customers, who really enjoyed it.”

YUVA Fine Fusion Restaurant chef Altaf Hussain and manager Amran Hussain celebrate their very good food hygiene rating. Picture: Danny LooYUVA Fine Fusion Restaurant chef Altaf Hussain and manager Amran Hussain celebrate their very good food hygiene rating. Picture: Danny Loo

Amran said Yuva is keen to support the community, like helping schools by donating raffle prizes – and they are long-time sponsors and supporters of Bassingbourn Cricket Club.

For more on Yuva in Old North Road, and to get in touch, go to www.yuvaroyston.co.uk or call 01763 244259.

A dish from the YUVA Fine Fusion Restaurant. Picture: Danny LooA dish from the YUVA Fine Fusion Restaurant. Picture: Danny Loo

A dish from the YUVA Fine Fusion Restaurant. Picture: Danny LooA dish from the YUVA Fine Fusion Restaurant. Picture: Danny Loo


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