I have over 40 years experience in the restaurant and takeaway sector within the UK and I have firsthand experience in setting up restaurants in the UK. I would like to think my experience, ability and wealth of information about food is credited as responsible for the many prestigious awards my previous restaurants have achieved. A wealth of management and operational experience is in the forefront of my contribution to the Maharani. In addition I hope to use this experience to ensure you get the highest standard of food and service.
I feel strongly that we all have an obligation to help our community and so I am a fellow of Suffolk New College and I also sponsor in the catering department at Suffolk College. I am a board member at the Diabetic Users group at Ipswich Hospital and also a member of the hospital’s Equality and Diversity Users group. In addition I’m also involved with the Ipswich and Suffolk Bangladeshi Muslim community centre and Mosque, and Chairman of the Suffolk Bangladesh Society.
Outside of Ipswich I am the Lifetime member of the Heart Foundation Hospital of Bangladesh; a lifetime member of the London Bangla Press Club, a charity based in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets that is engaged with the UK based Bangladeshi led media sector which strives to empower communities to have a voice and be heard and seen. We are actively involved in promoting all forms of media education; Bangladeshi life, art, culture and heritage, socio-economic, technical and creative skills training and media orientated employment opportunities. I am the Vice-Chair of the Bangladesh Catering Association UK, and Director of the Bangladesh Centre UK, based in London.
I wish to integrate the Maharani so that it can be of maximum benefit to the community, so if you have any ideas on how we can help the community then call me or even better come and see me personally at the Maharani.