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Indian Tiffin Room Bookings Exceed Expectations During First-Quarter Trading

The first to bring Indian street food to Manchester, Indian Tiffin Room opened in Cheadle in 2013.  Specialising in authentic Indian street food inspired by the bustling streets of India. The brand has since expanded into city centre locations in Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool.

Indian Tiffin Room on Duke Street, which opened in January, has welcomed optimistic first-quarter trading results for the venue, which is on the site of the old Mayur restaurant.  Turnover for the popular venue is currently 63.5% above plan, with the stylish venue welcoming over 5,000 diners since opening and is currently averaging over 600 customers per week.

The stylish venue specialising in authentic Indian street food had been empty for 18 months before being acquired by co-founders Srini Sundaram and Suresh Raje Urs, who also have successful sites in Cheadle, Leeds and Manchester.   A £350,000 Investment included a 12-week refit with the installation of two new kitchens and a showpiece cocktail bar, as the 102 cover venue was transformed into a warm and welcoming space which now employs over 30 people.

Srini Sundaram said “We are absolutely delighted that during what has been a turbulent time for the leisure industry our Liverpool venue has been welcomed so warmly by our customers and our investment in the local leisure scene is already showing healthy growth”. 

Indian Tiffin Room food is an exciting amalgamation of various regional dishes which are very popular in different parts of India. The menu is healthy, less influenced by heavily flavoured spices and filled with the authentic flavours of India.

Suresh Raje Urs said, “Our customer feedback has been nothing short of spectacular, and the reviews from guests have been glowing, resulting in increased advanced bookings and walk-ins”.

The venue, which is open seven days a week, is also available for private hire and large party bookings. For more information visit:

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