Wednesday, 23 October 2013
Halloween karaoke, children’s party and psychic night on offer in November at Ayr Spice Minishant Restaurant
Ayr Spice Minishant Restaurant proprietor and head chef Mafiz Ali is about to embark upon a revolutionary new programme embracing events for all tastes over the coming season.
The very first of these will be a “Kurryoke” night on Friday 1 November when a Karaoke programme will be offered together with curry and rice for the sum of only £9.95. Diners are invited to come along in Halloween fancy dress.
Only three days later on Monday 4 November Silly Billy will present his Magic Show at a children’s party for local primary school pupils.
Three days after that on Thursday 7 November, one of the restaurant’s major new policies will begin to be implemented when indigenous Spanish chef Guillermo de la Orden (pictured above) of the new hot tip restaurant in Glasgow, the “Malaga Tapas”, will cook for the evening and present a cookery demonstration. There will also be flamenco dancing at this event. Tickets, which include the price of a full, Spanish meal, are now available from Ayr Spice for £15.95.
In cooperation with Dalduff Farm and various indigenous chefs, the restaurant will also present an international buffet at some of its many events during the coming season. On these evenings, the first of which will be the psychic evening starring Sally Buxton on Tuesday 12 November, the buffet will include Scottish items from Dalduff Farm as well as Far Eastern specialities (including Sushi), items from continental cuisine and of course, the restaurant’s own well-known and delicious Bangladeshi food.
The new policy is to provide the people of the region with a venue that offers international cuisines prepared exclusively by indigenous chefs from the countries concerned.
Tickets for all of these events can be obtained from the restaurant, or by e-mailing Ayr Spice Minishant Restaurant general manager Jack McChesney at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ayr Spice Minishant 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.
Ayr Spice Indian Restaurant
The Old Minishant Memorial Church
22 Ayr Road
Tel: 01292 441 413
Ayr Spice Indian Restaurant is a member of the Elite Ayrshire Business Circle.