Name: Ozi Munir
Company, Business or Occupation: Ashiana (formerly The Rose of Kashmir).
Favourite Song: Tupac- “Hit ‘Em Up”.
FavouriteFilm: The Lord of the Rings Trilogy.
Favourite Book: The Holy Quran.
Favourite Food: Curry (of course!).
Favourite Drink: Tea.
Worst thing about me: My temper.
Best thing about me: My generosity
I Like: My life.
I Dislike: Bad manners.
Best advice I’ve ever had: Never lend money you can’t afford to lose, you may never get it back.
My History: Born in Groundslow, Stone in 1971 went to Flash Ley Primary school & Rising Brook High School then studied Applied Science at U.C.L.
In my youth I worked with my Father in his takeaway “A1 Curry House Takeaway” (now “Atlas Kebab House”). As a teenager I occasionally helped my brothers in their business “Kebab King” (now “Ruby Fusion” on Wolverhampton Road). I also worked at Tubrey in Hixon & at Evode Ltd.
I opened my first business “Mr Chippy” at the age of 23 & joined “The Rose of Kashmir” in 1998 working as a waiter. In 2002 I became a partner in the business & in 2004 “The Rose of Kashmir” underwent a major refurbishment. Three years later we’ve decided to re-locate the business to the Reynolds Centre (former Chill Bar).