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Chef-entrepreneur Atul Kocchar will open his first UK restaurant under the Not Real Indian (NRI) brand this September, serving cuisine developed by Indian cooks living abroad. The new 180-seat venture in Birmingham’s Mailbox development will serve such dishes as Sri Lankan curry, Malaysian-Indian curried noodles, and British-Indian spiced fish and chips. NRI was launched in Mumbai in 2016.

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Restaurant details

11.30pm
The Mailbox, 1 Commercial St, Birmingham, B1 1RS
Opening hours

8 am to 10.30 am & 12 pm to 11.30 pm.
Last orders: 11.30pm

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