Rasoi Welcomes Homeless Charities In For Free Lunch

This week, as part of National Curry Week, Rasoi Waterfront served meals to homeless people living throughout Swansea for free in their SA1 location. Working with two local charities, Rasoi has invited some of the service users, residents and staff members in for an exceptional lunch experience. Diners were treated to a three-course meal, complete with soft drinks and dessert in the relaxing surroundings of the restaurant.

In previous years, Rasoi has served a festive Christmas lunch to the young people and staff members of SYSHP, a local charity that finds accommodation and provides emotional support to vulnerable young people. Still, this year to coincide with National Curry Week, the team at Rasoi decided that they wanted to increase the number of people they wanted to help and to shine a light on more of the hardworking charities that provide such an essential and outstanding service.

This year the team also decided to invite The Wallich along, who are dedicated year-round to getting people off the streets across Wales and creating opportunities through support and education.

Jas Kullar, the owner of Rasoi, said the following “A big part of the Rasoi Philosophy is giving back, and helping out the most vulnerable in society. We are very passionate about helping out a variety of charities in our hometown of Swansea, plus we have also set up our own charity providing much-needed education and healthcare services in the poorest areas of the Punjab region of India.”

Rasoi is a pair of award-winning restaurants in Swansea, South Wales. The first Restaurant, Rasoi Indian Kitchen was opened in 2011 and the second, on the Waterfront was opened in 2015. Since opening, Rasoi has won numerous awards, including the prestigious British Curry Awards. Rasoi continues to innovate and push boundaries to create a new and exciting experience for diners.

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