Celebrity TV chef Mafiz Ali announces two special offers at Ayr Spice Indian Restaurant in Minishant, Ayrshire
Celebrity TV chef Mafiz Ali has announced two new special offers at Ayr Spice Indian Restaurant in Minishant, South Ayrshire.
In addition, details are released about Mafiz Ali’s second anniversary celebration event on Tuesday 9 October.
Weekday Lunchtime Offer
Two courses: £7.95
Three courses: £9.95
This offer is available from 12 noon until 2pm every weekday from Monday to Saturday inclusive.
Sunday Special Offer
Three courses: £11.95
Children under 12 eat free! Booking advisable.
Ayr Spice Second Anniversary Celebration Event
On Tuesday 9 October Mafiz Ali will be celebrating the second anniversary of his taking the reins as co-proprietor and head chef at Ayr Spice Indian Restaurant in Minishant, South Ayrshire.
The price will be £9.95 for two courses, which will include a welcoming drink. In addition there will be reduced prices on alcoholic beverages thereafter, and the evening will also feature an enjoyable and educational demonstration of Indian and Bangladeshi cooking.
AYR SPICE INDIAN RESTAURANT
Ayr Spice Indian Restaurant is located 5 miles south of Ayr on the A77 to Stranraer in a stylish redevelopment of the Old Memorial Church at the entrance to the picturesque Ayrshire village of Minishant.
Co-proprietor and head chef Mafiz Ali has many claims to fame over the past two decades.
Having prepared a well-received meal for the 50th birthday of the then British Prime Minister John Major, he decided to market this novel concept and put together a team of experts at his London restaurant to cater for the stars of the X-Factor, amongst others, in a venture that proved extremely successful.
Mafiz Ali subsequently catered for Cliff Richard, Damage, the Sugar Babes, Gabby Ross, Soul to Soul, Chaka Demus, Rustie Lee, Anthea Turner and many others. His food has also been sent to Australia, Japan and the US - Atlanta as well as New York.
Another of his original ideas saw him included in the Guinness Book of Records, when he teamed up with an engineer to create the world’s largest curry pot. This pot contained 4.5 tons of chicken masala, and helped to raise awareness of his favourite charities.
In 1998 Mafiz Ali launched the British Curry Awards, and various other culinary competitions, designed to bring together chefs of all ages, both amateur and professional, to compete for recognition of their skills and to promote Bangladeshi cuisine in the UK. His charitable activities have seen him extend his generosity to the Save the Children Fund, Pat Kerr’s Orphanage Ordinance Fund and the War Child Charity Trust, holding charity parties at his restaurant.
Mafiz Ali’s outstanding cuisine has placed him in the media spotlight, and he has made 20 television appearances on channels such as GMTV, Big Breakfast TV, Channel 4, as well as his own TV programme on Bangladeshi TV and double that amount of broadcasting time on radio.
Ayr Spice Indian Restaurant
The Old Minishant Memorial Church
22 Ayr Road
Tel: 01292 441 413