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More Fried Chicken: The aroma of crunchy fried chicken wafted in the air as Britain’s ‘curry king’ Tommy Miah launched the first outlet of his brand TMFC (Tommy Miah’s Fried Chicken) at Rajdanga, Kasba (398 Rajdanga Goldpark, on Rashbehari Connector, near Tribarna Sangha crossing) on February 28. From Crispy Fried Chicken Legs (one piece for Rs 

TT Bureau   |   Published 27.03.18, 12:00 AM

More Fried Chicken: The aroma of crunchy fried chicken wafted in the air as Britain’s ‘curry king’ Tommy Miah launched the first outlet of his brand TMFC (Tommy Miah’s Fried Chicken) at Rajdanga, Kasba (398 Rajdanga Goldpark, on Rashbehari Connector, near Tribarna Sangha crossing) on February 28. From Crispy Fried Chicken Legs (one piece for Rs 60) and Chicken Hot Wings (six pieces for Rs 120) to Family Pack (six pieces of chicken fry, four leg pieces, four breast pieces, and Coke for Rs 650), the menu has a range of options. “I chose to begin my journey in India from the foodie capital of India, Calcutta. We plan to have 300 shops across the country within three years,” said Tommy Miah. 

(L-R) British deputy high commissioner Bruce Bucknell, chef Tommy Miah and Toufique Hasan, the deputy high commissioner of Bangladesh, at the opening of TMFC. 

Pictures: Gopal Senapati



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