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Indian street food concept Indico to launch second site in Birmingham's Mailbox

08 August 2019 by
Indian street food concept Indico to launch second site in Birmingham's Mailbox

Indian street food concept Indico will launch its second restaurant in Birmingham's Mailbox complex this Autumn.

The restaurant, which will be based in the shopping centre's canalside food and drink area, will offer chaats, curries and extensive vegetarian options inspired by northern India.

Along with the mailbox site, Indico also operates in Shirley, near Solihull.

Faheem Badur, the restaurant's owner, said: "We first opened our restaurant three years ago and since then have made a name for ourselves for serving high-quality Indian street food in a unique, artistic atmosphere.

"We've grown in popularity quicker than we thought possible, making now the ideal time for our next venture. Quality, authenticity and overall service is at the heart of everything we do and we feel a real connection with the Mailbox in this respect.

"We're proud to be opening our next eatery in such an established and iconic city centre location."

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