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Scotland’s top curry restaurant is to give out free food to those on the pan-demic front line.

The offer by Radhuni, at Loanhead on the outskirts of Edinburgh, and its sister restaurant Itihaas in nearby Dalkeith includes teachers, postmen and women, delivery drivers and supermarket staff as well as police, fire brigade and ambulance workers, NHS staff and care workers. The curry and rice dishes will also be given to people employed..

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Holyrood recognition for Radhuni Team

We are delighted to share the exciting news that the management and staff at The Radhuni have been praised in the Scottish Parliament for “fantastic community spirit” in the fight against Coronavirus. The Parliamentary motion congratulated the team and said Radhuni “has shown fantastic community spirit during the pandemic as it has contributed £10,000 worth..

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Loanhead restaurant cooks up another British Curry Award

The youngest restaurateur to win a British Curry ‘Oscar’ has received the Scottish award this year for outstanding service in the industry during the coronavirus pandemic. Read all the stories below Feed the lion Edinburgh News Midlothian advertiser Daily mail Daily mail

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Midlothian restaurants curry on with charity support

Two Midlothian restaurants have stepped in to give a helping hand to vulnerable children badly hit by the pandemic in the lead up to Christmas. Itihaas in Dalkeith and The Radhuni in Loanhead will donate 25p to the national charity Children 1st for every takeaway purchased until December 20, to support local children. Customers are..

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Two Edinburgh Indian restaurants named Local Covid Curry Heroes

The owner of two popular local Indian restaurants have been given extraordinary recognition for coming to the aid of people in need in their local communities throughout the pandemic. Restaurateur Matin Khan who manage Itihaash on Eshbank Road, Dalkeith and his son Habibur Khan who runs Radhuni at Clerk Street, Loanhead, have jointly contributed over..

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National curry champion voted Lothian counties’ top restaurant

A year after winning the title of Scotland’s top curry house, The Radhuni in Loanhead has been named best restaurant in its local region. The award was announced at Midlothian and East Lothian Chamber of Commerce’s annual Food and Drink Awards, held for the first time by video links because of the pandemic. The Chamber’s..

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Higher tier customers fear for Loanhead curry house

One of Midlothian’s leading restaurants has urged diners to stay away – shortly after being given the all-clear to open its doors again. The owners of Radhuni in Loanhead are delighted that Midlothian will next week move from Tier 3 to Tier 2 in the pandemic restrictions, which means it can resume serving alcohol with..

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Helping our local clubs through the uncertainty of Covid-19

Extra time awarded for four clubs after support from local curry house. One of Scotland’s top Indian restaurants is currying favour with their local community by sponsoring four grassroots clubs to help them through the uncertainty of Covid-19. This is despite the Scottish government blowing the whistle on the Radhuni in Loanhead which has been..

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Getting ready for restaurant re-opening

Current Curry Restaurant of the Year Radhuni, in Loanhead, and Itihaas in Dalkeith are due to re-open indoors on July 15 and 20 respectively. Both restaurants are owned by the same family. On Thursday, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said it would be appropriate for the two metre physical distancing rule to be eased for outdoor..

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Loanhead curry house set to open outside

In preparation for the re-opening of outdoor restaurants in Scotland, Radhuni at Loanhead installed a huge clear glass fibre canopy above its renovated garden, The Sanctuary, to help it continue serving customers even if it rains. Its hopes of a quick return were dashed recently when First Minister Nicola Sturgeon unexpectedly declined to name an..

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