The Deputy Mayor of Milton Keynes, Councillor Keith McLean, was among guests attending the VIP launch of the city’s newest restaurant B-Town on Thursday evening.
The Indian Street Food-styled restaurant has received an overwhelming response since opening its doors according to owner and entrepreneur, Mo Abdul.
Also the owner of the award-winning Calcutta Brasserie in Stony Stratford, Mo will open his third restaurant this week - Mastee on the Buckingham Road in Bletchley has been positioned as a ‘mini Calcutta’ based on the menu, quality of the food and the service.
Mo said: “This has been one of the busiest times of my life.
“I have been here there and everywhere until the very early hours even getting stuck in with a paint brush to help get everything in place.
“I want to make sure all details are perfect for our customers so I have put my heart and soul into all that I have done.”
He added: “B-Town has had a great start and the feedback has been phenomenal. I have even been approached by investors to open another B-Town in another town - I might have to take a rest first.”
Last week Bollywood dancers and a Dhol drummer performed for VIP guests at the grand launch of B-Town, which is located on Grafton Street next to Staples.
The restaurant boasts that it is the first place in Milton Keynes, and possibly the region to offer traditional Indian street food that is similar to a tapas format.
Mastee opened its doors yesterday and is offering 50 per cent off food for the first week. Guests can book by calling 01908 645000.