Managers of Indian restaurant Larbert retire after 25 years


Sucha Singh and Satnam “Michael” Dhillon have been in charge of Gulnar Tandoori through good times and bad for 26 years, weathering the storm of the ever-changing world of the hospitality industry and most recently the COVID-19 pandemic. and the devastating effect it has had on businesses across the country.

Last January, the Gulnar Tandoori was actually forced to close as a precaution for several weeks after a staff member came into contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19.

Sucha and Satnam have now decided to retire and leave the Main Street restaurant in good hands – employees who were already working in the restaurant.

Larbert’s Gulnar Tandoori said goodbye to his management team after 26 great years

In an online statement to customers, they said: “After 26 years of service to the local community, we announce our retirement. It has been our great privilege to serve the region for all these years.

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“We’ve met so many amazing people and made some truly amazing lifelong friends along the way. As our hair has turned from black to gray, we’ve grown old alongside many of you.

“From those who had their first dates at the restaurant and are now married with children, to those who would come to dinner after work and are now enjoying their own retirement.

“For us, the Gulnar has been part of the fabric from Larbert and Stenhousemuir – and even down to Denny – and we want to thank you all for your loyalty over the years.

“The restaurant will remain as it is, but with new management which is itself a team that has worked in the restaurant.”

The duo were able to meet and greet customers one last time last weekend.

Before ‘flying off into the sunshine’ of retirement, they said: ‘For those we don’t get to see, it’s been a great honor and we wish you all the best.’


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