An Indian restaurant rocked by a family tragedy has reopened


An Indian restaurant cradled by a close family bereavement is open again – after closing for the Jubilee weekend. Tiffin Congleton – who operates within the Huub building on Manchester Road – revealed on Thursday June 2 that it was “closed until further notice”.

This followed the death of Tiffin owner and father of three, Ruman. But the restaurant was open again on Monday evening. Now the family have spoken highly of the Congleton community following the death of their loved one.

In a social media post addressed to customers, his son Rafi said: “Since my father’s death, I have left the restaurant to be run by the staff who have worked tirelessly to keep the business running and satisfying. customers.

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“Words cannot describe the love I have for each of the staff who ran my dad’s business, even with me or my dad not being there to oversee. I knew my dad was loved and respected all over town, but since he passed I’ve been amazed at the amount of love and support everyone has shown. I’ll never forget that.

“Congleton, you are truly a special town. Thank you to the entire town of Congleton for your support since day one. You all helped my dad achieve his dream of owning a restaurant and he loved every second of it.”

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