Aldridge restaurant donates hundreds of meals to frontline staff

By Harriet Evans | Walsall | Dining out | Published:

Kind staff at an Pan-Asian and Indian restaurant have been donating meals to frontline staff.

Khimuk Pan-Asian and Indian restaurant in Aldridge has donated more than 500 meals to key workers

Khimuk restaurant in High Street Aldridge have donated hundreds of fresh meals.

The free meals have been donated to Walsall Manor Hospital, ambulance service, care home workers and for elderly and vulnerable residents.

Mohammed Miah, owner of the restaurant, said: "During this very difficult time Khimuk has recognised the importance of supporting our frontline staff and most vulnerable families.

"As a small business in the heart of Aldridge our ethos has always been about providing happiness through tasty and nutritious food.

Khimuk Pan-Asian and Indian restaurant in Aldridge has donated more than 500 meals to key workers

"Together we have distributed more than 500 meals to the NHS, frontline staff, elderly and to the vulnerable who have been in isolating.

"Its has been a pleasure an an honour for Khimuk to do this."

The restaurant is also pledging to help even more people by as lockdown continues.


Staff are asking members of the community to tell them if they know someone who is elderly, vulnerable or in isolation and can not cook or is in need of a meal and they will provide one.

To comply with social distancing rules, a contactless delivery service is in place ensuring the delivery driver remains at a safe two metre minimum distance.

The restaurant can be reached on Facebook or by calling 01922 456819.

Harriet Evans

By Harriet Evans
Community Reporter - @HarrietEvans_ES

Community Reporter at the Express & Star, covering the issues affecting young people across the Black Country and Staffordshire. Contact me at

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