Canterbury Curry Club
In 2001 Paul established the Canterbury Curry Club as a way of offering home-cooked delicacies to people in and around the city. Monthly events were held in restaurants and halls, with the Lord Mayor of Canterbury as patron. The Club proved most popular and through word-of-mouth Paul and his wife, Rani soon found themselves catering for private parties and functions as well.
From it's new base at the Canterbury Academy, the Canterbury Curry Club continues to thrive and retain its popularity. Paul and Rani can be found running Canterbury Curry Club events wide across Kent, from food fairs and exhibitions, through to farmers markets and even educating the next generation with visits to local schools that highlight the healthy appeal of Indian food and medicinal benefits of the spices & herbs that are used.