15th April 2021
Wednesday night saw the official launch of Karara at the Macknade Food Village in Faversham. Observing the current social distances guidelines friends, supporters and invitees attended from near and far. Paul and Rani Babra welcomed guests with the sound of Bhangra drums to celebrate the launch of Karara and the Sikh New Year Vaisaiski.
The High Sheriff of Kent Mrs. Remony Elizabeth Millwater was in attendance to officially launch Karara to the public to cut the ribbon across. A bouquet of stunning flowers was presented to her by Rani. Also showing his support was Cllr Graham Gibbons from Kent County Council.
Macknade’s new managing director Shane Godwin unveiled Karara’s new menu which launches this week at the Food Village.
Delicious Indian nibbles were served complete with a Karara kick of course.
Visit Paul and Rani and enjoy Karara food every Thursday to Sunday at the Macknade Food Village or contact Paul via his website for large-scale wedding and event bookings.
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Born in Jodhpur, in northern Indian, Paul Babra has many fond memories of his mother and aunts making traditional chutneys, preserves and pickles, filling his childhood home with heady aromas.