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Bollywood dancers help celebrate opening of new Indian restaurant in Capel St Mary called Zaynab

PUBLISHED: 11:27 05 December 2017 | UPDATED: 13:38 07 December 2017

Opening night for Indian restaurant Zaynab in Capel St Mary

Opening night for Indian restaurant Zaynab in Capel St Mary

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Owners of a new Indian restaurant in rural Suffolk launched with style when they held a Bollywood-themed opening night last month.

Over 100 people turned up for the Zaynab's opening nightOver 100 people turned up for the Zaynab's opening night

The new eaterie, called Zaynab, is located in the village of Capel St Mary near Ipswich in premises that were formerly known as the Harvest Moon Cafe.

Owner Sam Chowdhury said there are plans to hold regular music and party nights to entertain diners.

He said: “We have been made very welcome in the village and had a full house with over 100 people turning up to our opening.

“They enjoyed the Bollywwod dancers who performed on the night and we are planning more evenings like that - our next evening event will be an Elvis impersonator on December 18th.”

Opening night for Indian restaurant Zaynab in Capel St MaryOpening night for Indian restaurant Zaynab in Capel St Mary

Mr Chowdhury said the restaurant has a “first-class chef who has over 15 years experience” and serves up “fine Indian dining with a little fusion”.

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