Tuesday marks one yr since The Royal Spice Indian Restaurant opened, and proprietor Junayed Ahmed is celebrating. When requested what it has been like opening and working a enterprise throughout a pandemic, Ahmed chuckled and says, “it is totally different.”
Regardless of the apparent challenges, the restaurant has down effectively over the past yr. In reality, one of the fashionable dishes on the menu is tiki masala, and Ahmed says “the chef in all probability makes it at least 100 instances a day.”
“Each [dish] that comes out of this kitchen is all custom-made, nothing is pre-made. That is what makes it nice,” says Ahmed.
He is lived in Dunwoody for the final 20 years and says with out the help of the group over the past yr, the enterprise would not have survived. Even town’s mayor is noticing.
When chatting with Ahmed throughout a mushy opening ceremony Tuesday, Mayor Lynn Deutsch says, “you will have executed one thing that only a few small enterprise house owners would have ever had the bravery to do, and the braveness to do.”
Mayor Deutsch and different metropolis leaders gathered in entrance of the Royal Spice Indian Restaurant to chop a pink ribbon in honor of its one-year milestone. Due to COIVD-19, they weren’t capable of have a grand opening ceremony.
Ahmed says along with group help, the flexibility for his workers to adapt and make the most of curbside pickup additionally contributed to the enterprise’ success.
Clients who spoke with FOX 5 Atlanta describe the Indian meals as beautiful, passable, and scrumptious.
“I am so excited that we’ve yet one more enterprise that opened in Dunwoody, and has been capable of finding a path by the pandemic, and is hereafter the pandemic too,” says Mayor Deutsch.
And after one year of success, Ahmed says ideas of increasing are beginning to floor. He says, “I am considering of, you understand, perhaps one other location.”
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