BLACK COUNTRY PROSPER MAGAZINE

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PROSPER MAGAZINE: ISSUE 01 | BUSINESS BRUNCH, LUNCH & BEYOND 

RAMADA BY WYNDHAM PARK HALL HOTEL RAISES THE CULINARY GAME

It may have one of Wolverhampton’s best Indian restaurants, Anju’s, on its premises but the Ramada Hotel isn’t resting on its laurels when it comes to business breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner.

Built in 1757, by the first Viscount of Dudley and Ward; the Grade II listed Georgian mansion remained a private residence until 1981 prior to its conversion into a hotel. 

Since then, the hotel has played host to global guests, including David Bowie, Vera Lynn and Roger Moore as well as numerous other prestigious names.

Purchased in 2011, by Angela Bir, the hotel has undergone a multi-million-pound transformation with plans for further refurbishments and enhancements this year. Thanks to recent investments, it has regained and surpassed its former glory and now offers a host of culinary options, a luxury spa and conferencing facilities.

The hotel’s Indian restaurant, Anju’s offers popular authentic Punjabi dishes and in research commissioned by the team, it was declared that Jalfrezi was the region’s favourite curry, closely followed by a traditional Black Country Balti.

In a poll of its diners, Anju’s discovered the ideal Black Country Indian meal consists of a Sheekh Kebab to start, Jalfrezi as the main course, with a Garlic Naan on the side and a pint of lager.

Commenting on the results, Rajesh Kumar, Head Chef at Anju’s, said: “It’s fantastic to see such a wide variety of responses. We all have our favourite dishes and Jalfrezi with its careful mix of spices and ingredients is a worthy winner.”

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