Raval Restaurant to become football hub for Newcastle United champions league game
The Indian restaurant between Newcastle and Gateshead will celebrate National Curry Week as well as Newcastle United’s return to the UEFA Champions League.
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An award-winning restaurant hidden between Newcastle and Gateshead have announced celebrations for National Curry Week, merging food, football and community.
Raval Restaurant have teamed up Steve Wraith of NUFC MATTERS, Toon Radio, Adam Pearson, Matthew Renton and John “Gibbo” Gibson in order to celebrate the 25th National Curry Week, as well as Newcastle United’s return to the UEFA Champions League.
As Newcastle United play against PSG at St James’ Park on Wednesday, October 4, Raval Restaurant will be offering a 20% discount from 3pm onwards to NUFC MATTERS YouTube subscribers.
The discount offered will be available on Raval Restaurant’s brand-new bespoke menu, which will be specifically created to celebrate National Curry Week, from Monday, October to Saturday, October 8.
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A popular dish on the menu is Raval Restaurant’s award-winning Chicken Tikka Masala, which is crafted with fresh ingredients and authentic Indian spices, while incorporating a British twist to the meal. Each order underscores Raval’s commitment to Feeding Families North East.
Juliet Sanders, CEO of Feeding Families, said: "We are delighted that Raval have chosen Feeding Families as their charity to support. The people of the North East are passionate about food and football, and we are equally fervent about assisting those currently facing hardships. By uniting, and contributing in any way we can, we hold the power to effect monumental change across the region. Let’s rally behind our team and community in unison!"
Raval Restaurant manager, Nas Islam, said: "Eat well, do good; it’s curry with a purpose. Relish what you adore while backing a noble cause."
Steve Wraith of NUFC MATTERS, said: "Football and food are the pulsating heartbeats of our community. A thriving Newcastle in sports means a bustling, vibrant region, both economically and emotionally."