Top curry restaurant to hold exclusive charity event
A top Birmingham curry house, which was a finalist in ‘Restaurant of the Year’ at the Birmingham Awards, is to hold a gala charity dinner to raise vital funds for disabled children.
Owners of the highly respected Praza restaurant, housed in a Grade II listed Georgian building on Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B16 8LU, are looking to raise funds for Caudwell Children, the Midlands based charity that provides practical and emotional support to disabled children and their families.
Following the success of a similar event at their sister restaurant Pushkas, on Broad Street in the city, bosses decided to hold a gala dinner at Praza on Friday 4th October, 2019, from 7:30pm.
The dinner, delivered in collaboration with the charity, will see guests treated to an evening of fine dining and top entertainment at one of the city’s most prestigious restaurants.
Hannah Cope, challenge and events coordinator at Caudwell Children, is delighted by the partnership. As she explained: “We support huge numbers of children from across the community in Birmingham, and we understand how important Indian cuisine is to those who live in the region.
“As a charity we’re used to creating and managing luxury events throughout the UK, and we recently delivered a superb evening at sister restaurant Pushkas, which attracted celebrities like the 2017 The Apprentice winner, James White.
“Jonathan Bremner, the singer, actor, and model, who made it to the final stages of The X Factor in 2006, entertained guests with a wonderful set of classic songs.
“His relaxed and informal performance made for a magical night, so we’re incredibly excited to be putting together a similar evening in Edgbaston.”
The event will include a Champagne reception and canapés on arrival, a delicious main course and a delightful dessert. Ticket holders will also enjoy a DJ and live entertainment until late.
“Praza’s award winning Head Chef, Bishal Rasaily, has created an eclectic menu,” continued Hannah. “It incorporates the freshest ingredients with a mix of contemporary, traditional and original ideas.
“He believes in the power of good quality, natural produce and uses no artificial colorants, E numbers or additives within his recipes so his food is subtle, clean and refined with classic Punjabi and North Indian flavours.”
The evening will also include a raffle and auction, and with the exclusive nature of the event there will be some ‘must-have’, goodies up for grabs.
Tickets are limited and cost £50 per person.
For more information call the Caudwell Children Events team on 01782 433750 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also book a ticket online here.