Spice, and all that’s nice




One of the best decisions he made in life, says Jimmy, is entering the world of hospitality. The man behind Tandoori Flames, the flagship restaurant he opened in 2009, says the reason he is a success in his business is because he always had the support of his family, especially his wife Deepti.

Jimmy first came to Australia in 2003 to do a Master’s in IT from Victoria University. He then worked at a few IT companies before switching over to the world of hospitality and establishing his own business in 2008.

“I was in business with my friend where our main focus was hospitality and automobiles. That was how I developed a love for food and the idea of being a restaurateur,” says Jimmy.

Tandoori Flames is different from other restaurants, says Jimmy. “It’s not just that we promise the best hospitality and food quality, but the team works closely with clients to ensure they have a good time from the moment they step in,” he adds.

“We have many live performances in the restaurant and even arrange for belly dancers twice a week,” says Jimmy.

The idea is to keep the fire alive, laughs the restaurateur. “The way the Indian population is growing, butter chicken will become national dish of Australia.”


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