by • August 31, 2017 • Events, FeaturedComments (0)3447

Souls restaurant on the Dublin Road, Belfast celebrated their first birthday in a great style.  Owner Pankaj Maini treated press and VIPs to a delicious five course meal of Naanza bites, Rasam Soup, Pinwheel Samosa, Tandoori Monk-meen (Monkfish), Rosemary Chicken Tikka, Tabakh Maaz (Lamb rack) and Gulabjamun Cheese Cake.  Every course was paired with a carefully selected wine by Robb Brothers Wine Merchants, to perfectly complement each dish.  

Souls restaurant is a modern Indian restaurant with an approach and methodology that has never been attempted in Belfast before.  Souls specialises in modern Indian cuisine, influenced by local preferences, ingredients and healthy cooking. It’s a unique concept that combines the elements of European and Indian culinary traditions, still preserving the authenticity of both.

Guests including UTV’s Pamela Ballantine and Aideen Kennedy, BBC’s weather girl Cecilia Daly, NVTV’s Robin Elliott and Stuart Robinson from Cool FM thoroughly enjoyed the evening, complete with funky Soul music from DJ Mal Houston

Pankaj Maini, Maria McCaffrey and UTV’s Pamela Ballantine

Jim and Paula Gracey

Jay Maini and Leah Robb from Robb Brothers Wine Merchants

Jarlath and Michelle

Alan Higginson and Grainne

Cecilia Daly and Aileen Moynagh

Chefs Ervin Olsen and Kasem

Claire Craig and Suzie De Haan

Deepak and Christina Kamboj


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