CORONAVIRUS: Maidstone restaurant offers free meals to NHS heroes
Monday 6th April 2020
AN Indian restaurant is offering free takeaway meals to emergency service workers and NHS staff.
Owner of Al Amin Tandoori, Ali Sunahor, is offering anyone with an ID badge or card a complimentary meal.
The Union Street restaurant hopes to soon reach out to local hospitals in the next few weeks.
Colleague, Elena Cooper, told Daily Downs Mail: “It’s all about helping the NHS who do so much to help us. We will be offering the free meals to NHS staff every day for a month, and then after that we hope to do the same for other key workers like carers or supermarket staff.
“We really hope this will help anyone who is coming home from a tiring shift and can’t go home and cook a meal. I just hope we can help as many people as we can.”
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