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Indico to expand with Mailbox branch

Indian street food brand Indico is to open its second Midlands-based restaurant, at the Mailbox Birmingham’s canalside food and drink destination.

The menu will feature staples including chaats and curries that will be cooked fresh each day. The restaurant will also have extensive vegetarian and lunch options and a dedicated vegan menu. Its interior will offer a colourful and welcoming atmosphere, complete with customised artwork and graffiti, which will celebrate the vibrant Indian culture.

Indico owner Faheem Badur says: “We first opened our restaurant three years ago and since then have made a name for ourselves for serving high-quality Indian street food in a unique, artistic atmosphere. We aim to take our diners beyond the traditional Indian restaurant experience to a place that’s warm, colourful and exotic – just like India.”

Leasing agent Lauren Wellman at property group Shelley Sandzer adds: “This fascinating brand is rich in both culture and flavour, and will further bolster Mailbox’s bustling dining scene. Our objective at Mailbox is to enhance the vibrant food and drink mix, complementing the centre’s attractive canal-side location, and Indico’s arrival will do just that.  We look forward to Inidco’s high-quality Indian street food taking off in the UK’s second city.”

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