In the heart of central Birmingham, an authentic taste of India’s North-West frontier.
With a knowledgeable, discerning and populous local clientele, Birmingham is indisputably the UK’s spiritual home of Indian food in all its wonderful diversity. What better place to find a landmark Indian restaurant that elevates the subcontinent’s proud culinary heritage to an unforgettable dining experience in a setting of unashamed opulence?
From soulful street food to the menus of maharajas, let our menu transport you across the length and breadth of the Indian subcontinent. Sample the diverse culinary traditions, the distinctive regional flavours and the fabulous local colour of India’s proud culinary heritage, right here in the UK’s capital of Indian cuisine. From the spicy, aromatic notes of Chandni Chowk Ka Kheema to the sumptuous textures of our Muscat Gosht; from a rich Lamb Saffron Biryani to the fragrant Hare Baingan Ka Bartha, we are proud to share an array of enduring classic dishes alongside some of the most visionary contemporary Indian cuisine to be found anywhere in the UK today.
We believe we have a responsibility to our community as well as our customers, staff and shareholders. Accordingly, we play an active role in the Birmingham community, Asha’s are delighted to be actively supporting the excellent work undertaken by the Bond Wolfe Charitable
The primary focus of the Trust is to raise funds for worthy causes, regardless of cast, colour, creed, age, sex, religion or disability.
The Bond Wolfe Charitable Trust benefits from its association with our various group companies, who help us to raise funds through a number of charitable events in conjunction with our clients, staff and professional network.
Over the years, we have supported in excess of 550 charities. Just a few of those charities we have helped include
A children’s nursery in the Black Country has started to restore its sensory room that was wrecked by thieves, thanks to the Bond Wolfe Charitable Trust.
Bond Wolfe make a donation to Mary Stevens Hospice via Mandeep Rajput who has trekked over 400km’s of the Great Wall of China. Mandeep has raised over £28,000 to date.
Bond Wolfe make a donation to Black Country Women’s Aid to help women and children escape violence, overcome trauma and help rebuild lives.
Help Harry Help Others is all about continuing the example Harry set us. We want to help all those suffering with cancer, and at the same time help cure the disease itself….but we can’t do it without your help!
Birmingham’s Oncology ward treats around 180 new children with cancer, leukaemia, and brain tumours each year from within the West Midlands, Northampton and surrounding areas.
Unique Home for Girls is a home for unwanted, abandoned girls in Punjab, India. Unique Home for Girls currently offers education and a safe haven for girls from 4 days old to 18 years.