Brothers aim to spice up lunchtime for workers

Published: 2 Nov 2012 06:300 comments

TWO brothers are aiming to spice up working lunches with their new business.

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Danyal and Ali Khan, from Manor Park, have launched Eastern Flavours - a lunchtime Indian takeaway service which is delivered to the work place.

It is the brothers' first business venture and they are targeting workers spicing up lunchtimes for workers who are bored of their usual sandwiches.

Danyal, 33, said: "Sandwiches are not always great - you can get bored of them - and sometimes people don't want to go out for lunch. We aim to add variety and convenience of delivery."

The brothers run the company from their home, after it was set-up five weeks ago. Danyal added: "It's still early days, but we have had a good response from workers.

"Our plan is to eventually get our own premises to run the business from."

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