The Elite Ayrshire Business Circle

Friday, 21 December 2012

Two festive menus and a Hogmanay night to remember at Ayr Spice Restaurant in Minishant

Just one final reminder that Mafiz Ali is looking forward to welcoming customers old and new to Ayr Spice Indian Restaurant in Minishant, South Ayrshire over the festive period.
 
And Mafiz has prepared two special festive menus - the first Indian / Bangladeshi, and the second traditional Scottish -  for your delight and delectation.
 
You can view these menus online at:
 
 
 
Mafiz explained: “Popular and much loved as our Indian / Bangladeshi menu is, many our our regular diners might prefer to choose more traditional Scottish food during the festive season of Christmas and New Year.

“So I have recruited local chef Barry Cornes to join our team, and together we have concocted a special Scottish menu, which will be available at Ayr Spice over the festive season alongside our exciting Indian / Bangladeshi festive menu.”
 
Hogmanay
 
And Ayr Spice Indian Restaurant in Minishant, South Ayrshire is celebrating Hogmanay with a full programme of entertainment and a novel buffet consisting of its delicious Bangladeshi starters and curries as well as a Scottish carvery, the latter presented by Mafiz Ali’s new local chef, Barry Cornes.
 
The event will take place on New Year’s Eve in the beautiful function suite upstairs from 7pm until 1am, and will be fully licensed throughout. Entertainment will be provided by DJ Stephanie Zikmann and the “Wishbones”.
 
The “Wishbones” are a two-piece acoustic duo with Jennifer Leitch on guitar and vocals and Jodie Campbell on lead vocals. The girls pride themselves on tight harmonies and an eclectic range of songs to suit any audience. They will happily take requests before the Hogmanay event..

Prior booking for this Hogmanay event is strongly advised and tickets (£19.95) will be available at the restaurant.
 
Ayr Spice Indian Restaurant
 
Ayr Spice Indian Cuisine can be found in the fine old red sandstone Memorial church at the entrance to the picturesque village of Minishant, 5 miles south of Ayr on the A77. The church was erected by the thread magnate Sir Peter Coats of nearby Auchendrane, in loving memory of his wife Glorianna, who died in 1877.

Indian food can be simple or elaborate, humble or opulent, within a culinary tradition that is centuries old. The unique gift of Indian cuisine is its inspired use of exotic spices and the finest fresh ingredients. Proprietor Mafiz Ali and his team at Ayr Spice are determined to bring you the best of that tradition, and look forward to welcoming you.

Ayr Spice Restaurant is open 7 days a week from 12 noon until 10pm including Bank Holidays, Christmas and New Year. Takeaway and home delivery are also available.

Mafiz Ali
Ayr Spice Indian Restaurant
The Old Minishant Memorial Church
22 Ayr Road
Minishant
Ayrshire
KA19 8EX

Tel: 01292 441 413
Web: http://www.ayrspice.info
 
Ayr Spice Indian Restaurant is a member of the Elite Ayrshire Business Circle.
 


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