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Indian restaurant in Cheshire Welcome to Kamals restaurant the heart and soul of spicy restaurant and takeaway food in Cheshire. Kamals is Cheshire’s newest taste of the exotic. Situated in Tattenhall, High Street, Cheshire, the venue is the fourth personal venture of Abru Miah Shah, one of the area’s leading Indian chefs, with experience at top class venues such as “Garden of India “ a superb restaurant offering massive range of speciality dishes.
Kamals caters for Indian food lovers of all shapes and sizes, from the mildest curries up to the very spicy speciality “suicide”, for those with a more adventurous palette! We at Kamals are committed to preserving a culture, tradition and standard in culinary tastes. If you are a first time visitor, you will find our cuisine versatile, ranging from paying real homage to things that should celebrate the simple clean or delicate flavours to going all out in presenting you dishes that explode with flavours redolent of spice and heat.
We offer a richly varied menu of high quality ingredients. All our food is freshly prepared on the premises with a lot of love care and affection. The secret of our success is the same as it always been- a passion for curry, great service, a love of people, a relaxed, comfortable, atmosphere and amazingly modest bill.
Kamals is also ideal for any large events you may be planning, such as weddings, birthday’s etc. call for a chat with the manager, and he will be happy to discuss your requirements. If you have any special needs, desires or requirements, we are just a phone call away. We will do our best that we can to please you. We trust your experience at Kamals will be reminiscent of the traditional cuisine of India. Our personal thanks for your patronage and best wishes for your dining enjoyment at Kamals.
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Mohammed Latif Islam also known as “LALA” originated from Bangladesh and grew up in the main town of Sylhet. Lala was brought to this country with his wife and seek of employment, he then decided to get involved into the restaurant trade which he thought was the ideal job for him and he enjoyed it. Like all other employees Lala had to work hard and started off from scratch.
Year after year Lala moved from one position to another and finally reached what he had been working for, which was the position of the chef. Lala also worked as a “BABURSEE” (which in Bengali means chef) in Bangladesh. He had been cooking various exotic village dishes which gave him an experience and inspired him to work in a restaurant trade. Having a chef like Lala we can proudly say “you ain’t had a curry, until you’ve tried at Kamals”. Lala has thrived on freshness and goodness.