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Jo Johnson welcomes Orpington High Street’s new Indian restaurant at official opening

PUBLISHED: 10:05 12 September 2017

Jo Johnson MP with Raghu Govada, the CEO of Masala Dabbas, and Om Prakash Singh, a director of Masala Dabbas.

Jo Johnson MP with Raghu Govada, the CEO of Masala Dabbas, and Om Prakash Singh, a director of Masala Dabbas.

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Mr Johnson visited on Friday, September 8

The latest restaurant to line Orpington High Street celebrated its official opening on Friday.

MP Jo Johnson was at the launch of Masala Dabbas, where he was treated to sample dishes from a menu which covers the entire sub-continent’s many cuisines.

The launch coincided with the first ever Orpington Food Festival, celebrating the many restaurants and eateries around the town.

Mr Johnson said: “We have a number of fantastic eateries in Orpington and this is no exception – Masala Dabbas’ menu offers an exciting array of dishes from all over India with something to suit everyone’s taste.

“The Orpington Food Festival is a terrific event that shows some of the amazing food from around the world that the town has to offer. Orpington is a great place to visit for everyone with a love of food.”

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