Bradford’s famous and one of the oldest curry houses in the UK wants people to ‘have faith and stay positive’, especially those who are observing the month of Ramadan during covid-19 lockdown.

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar, where Muslims fast from sunrise till sunset, and this year the holy month will be observed by millions across the country in lockdown at home.

This means that unlike previous years Muslims won’t be able to join friends and loved ones in gatherings at restaurants like Sweet Centre Restaurant, to do Iftar (opening of fast).

In recognition of this the Sweet Centre Restaurant have launched their exclusive Iftar boxes, which come with a message of ‘unity, understanding, and tolerance between people’ so that the Ramadan spirit can still be enjoyed in the comfort of their own homes.

The iftar boxes contain dates, samosas, kebabs, onion bhajis, chicken drumsticks, seasonal salad with toasted cumin, tamarind, potatoes and chutney. The iftar box is also accompanied with a box of desserts containing delicious gulab jamun.

The Iftar box is priced at £25.00 and will feed a family of four.

Customers can order these boxes by simply calling Sweet Centre Restaurant on 01274 731 735  or visiting https://www.sweetcentrerestaurant.co.uk/iftaari-box.

Customers can collect the iftar boxes or have them delivered direct to your door.