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Top curry restaurant will warm up the homeless at New Year

Scotland’s top curry restaurant is helping Edinburgh’s homeless get off to a better start in 2020. The Radhuni in Loanhead, on the outskirts of the capital, will supply lunches for 50 homeless people at the Streetwork charity’s hub in Holyrood Road on New Year’s Day. The 120 seat Indian-Bangladeshi restaurant was named Best Restaurant in..

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A right carry on! Midlothian restaurants take away more plaudits

Midlothian restaurants Radhuni and Itihaas are carrying on where they left off – by being listed among Scotland’s top takeaways. In September the India-Bangladeshi restaurants were ranked 2 and 5 on a list of the country’s best curry restaurants as reviewed by customers on Google. Now they’ve proved to be similar hits in reviews posted..

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Fundraising for Cancer Sufferers – The Radhuni Congratulated by Major Parties

Leading politicians from all Scotland’s major parties have united to congratulate Loanhead restaurant Radhuni on its fundraising for cancer sufferers. A motion from Midlothian North and Musselburgh MSP Colin Beattie, adopted by the Scottish Parliament after winning cross-party support, praised the Bangladeshi-Indian restaurant “for its community support and initiative to help others” following its fundraising..

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Waitress inspires cancer charity’s curry week boost

A Midlothian restaurant has raised £550 for cancer charity Macmillan after being inspired by a terminally ill waitress. Carole O’Reilly, 61, who has been working at the multi award-winning Bangladeshi-Indian restaurant Radhuni in Loanhead, was diagnosed with terminal bowel cancer in May but vowed to take action to help other cancer sufferers. During UK Curry..

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Midlothian Waitress Helps Raise Money for Macmillan Cancer Support

A Midlothian waitress is helping raise money for charity after being diagnosed with terminal stomach cancer. Carole O’Reilly, 61, was given the news in May when she worked at the award-winning Bangladeshi-Indian restaurant Radhuni in Loanhead. The restaurant is donating £1 to Macmillan Cancer Support from each table and from each takeaway during National Curry..

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The Radhuni Sponsors Local Community Charity Unity

Edinburgh’s best curry restaurant has served up support for local community charity Unity by sponsoring its under-16 and senior football teams. “As part of our youth and community work we are delighted Radhuni shares our vision of protecting our children’s future and encouraging a healthy lifestyle through our sports camp network,” said Unity Chairman Mousa..

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Top Asian Restaurant Adds Spice to Football Club’s Season

Top Asian restaurant adds spice to football club’s season Loanhead restauran Radhuni has scored a double hit with Whitehall Welfare after the East of Scotland football club gave it a rave review and agreed a sponsorship deal. Voted Midlothian’s top Asian restaurant in September, Radhuni is now the Rosewell club’s shirt sponsor. “As well as..

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Chamber Lunch

Small businesses need to experiment with the latest technology to confront the challenges posed by a ‘fourth industrial revolution,’ the Chief Economist of the Royal Bank of Scotland has told members. Speaking at a networking lunch at the multi award-winning Radhuni restaurant in Loanhead, Sebastian Burnside said new technology including Artificial Intelligence and Digital Assistants..

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Top Curry Restaurant Agrees Shirt Sponsorship Deal

Newly promoted Bonnyrigg Rose are increasing their hopes of a hot start to the Lowland League after a top curry restaurant agreed a shirt sponsorship deal. Winners of last season’s East of Scotland League, the Rose are being sponsored by The Radhuni in Loanhead, recently voted the best curry restaurant in the Edinburgh area. Its..

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Top Indian restaurant gives Vegetarian Week the cutting edge

An award-winning restaurant is giving diners an extra reason to sample vegetarian food by cutting prices. Indian-Bangladeshi restaurant The Radhuni in Loanhead on the outskirts of Edinburgh is reducing prices on its new vegetarian menu by 15% between next Tuesday and Thursday during UK Vegetarian Week. “Vegetarianism is becoming more and more popular throughout Britain,”..

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