Sunny brings some South Indian spice to Truro
ONE of the best known faces in the Truro restaurant industry opens the first South Indian eatery in Cornwall and Devon on Thursday, October 24.
Noel Krishnan, known to all as Sunny, has been the manager of the city’s Kathmandu Palace for many years.
But he’s now venturing out on his own, launching his new Sunny Spice restaurant at what was previously The Barley on Old Bridge Street.
However, it won’t be the standard menu of Chicken Tikka Massala and Bhuna that you’d normally expect – because Sunny is determined to offer something different for spicy food lovers.
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“It will be the first in Cornwall and Devon to introduce South Indian cuisine rather than the run of the mill Indian food,” said Sunny, who lives in St Austell.
“It will be a very selective menu for the discerning palate.”
The restaurant will serve dishes from the Kerala, Goa and Karnataka regions of India.
Sunny plans to run theme nights bringing Bollywood, Bhangra and live Indian music to Truro.
For more information see www.sunnyspice.co.uk