Spice Village to feed hungry during Christmas holidays
The owner of an established Pakistani restaurant in London has vowed that “no one eats alone” during the Christmas holiday this month.
Suleman Raza’s restaurant Spice Village will again be running its ‘No One Eats Alone’ campaign which will be serving free hot meals to homeless and vulnerable people.
The initiative, which has been going annually since 2015, will see his restaurant in west London’s Southall providing a 3-course meal from 12pm to 4pm on 25 December.
The restaurant said that “there are so many vulnerable, homeless and elderly people out there in need of our help and support, so as usual at Spice Village we will continue to support all those people and will kickstart our campaign. No one eats alone from today.”
Mr Raza delivered his message of support in an Instagram video in which he and his staff are seen busily preparing boxes of biryani ready for delivery to those who contact the business at [email protected]
“If anyone knows anyone who requires free meals please direct them our way,” the multi-award winning brand said.
“It’s really cold and gloomy out there; these hot meals can make massive difference. For them, we would also urge other restaurants and colleagues from the food industry to participate in this campaign and support the most needy people out there,” Spice Village added.
The restaurant also made the announcement that it has responded to “1000’s of DM’s about reopening our Spice Village Tooting branch”, which was forced to close not too long ago.
Having published a video of the venue currently going through renovative work, the restaurant promised: “More tea coming soon.”